Spiral-Bound

by Aaron Renier. Marietta, GA: Top Shelf Productions, 2005

Stucky the dog convinces Turnip the elephant to join him in a sculpture class. Stucky is building a submarine while Turnip's trying to find his voice. Meanwhile, Ana the rabbit is working on the town's underground newspaper and eventually solves the town's deep, dark secret about the monster that lives in the pond. This is all about finding one's voice and path in the hopes of fulfilling one's dreams.

Grades 4-6

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