Mom and Dad Are Palindromes

Mom and Dad Are Palindromes

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Bob has a problem. He's a palindrome. In fact, once he learns what a palindrome is, he starts finding palindromes everywhere: his little sis, Nan; his pup, Otto; even his Mom and Dad! It's making Bobfeel like a kook. Is there no escape? Mark Shulman and Adam McCauley have joined forces to create a wonderfully visual, ridiculously clever book of wordplay. Join the hilarity. . . do your civic deed, don't let your pupils slip up, and find the over 101 palindromes hiding in the words and pictures of this zany book.
Publisher: Chronicle,� 2006
ISBN: 9780811843287
Branch Call Number: E SHUL
Additional Contributors: McCauley, Adam


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Oct 14, 2006

When Bob finds out his name is a palindrome, he starts to see the world in palindromes. Everywhere he goes he sees them - kayak, Otto his pup! When he wants to talk to his parents, he finds their monikers are palindromes as well - Mom and Dad. His sister Anna is no help when she calls him a Kook! Will Bob level out? Can he find help or will his fate be deked out and give up without a peep?

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