A battle of the magnet letters ensues across the refrigerator door in May I Have a Word? when C and K get into a fight about who gets to start the cooler (kooler?) words. When the two letters storm off in opposite directions, everything is turned upside down. SOCKS are now SO, there aren't any CLOCKS to TICK or TOCK, and the world is just out of LUCK--until other letters work to bring C and K back together again.
About the Author
Caron Levis is the author of the picture books May I Have A Word?, Stuck with the Blooz, and Ida, Always which the New York Times called "an example of children's books at their best." Caron has an MFA, LMSW and is the coordinator of The New School's Writing for Children/YA MFA program. She loves using drama and writing to explore social, emotional, and literacy skills with kids of all ages through her author workshops.Andy Rash is a freelance illustrator, animator, and children's book author with over fifteen years of experience in publishing. He is the author and illustrator of Archie the Daredevil Penguin, Ten Little Zombies, a Love Story, Are You a Horse?, Agent A to Agent Z, and many more. He lives in Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin.