Ann and Nan Are Anagrams: A Mixed-Up Word Dilemma (Hardcover)
Robert (or Bert) thought he had his hands full when his mom and dad were palindromes. But now, his Grandma Reagan is in anagram danger In fact, his sisters, Ann and Nan, and almost every other thing in his world, have become anagrams. Can Robert (or Bert) figure out the answer to his word dilemma or is he fated to live a scrambled life? In this zany follow-up to Mom and Dad Are Palindromes, Mark Shulman and Adam McCauley have crafted an impeccably clever and wonderfully wild ride through the drag meow of anagrams, er, make that word game, of anagrams. Sure to be a hit with teachers, it will have kids laughing and learning wherever they read it.
About the Author
Adam McCauley has illustrated many books for children. He lives in San Francisco, California. Mark Shulman is the author of several books for children, including Mom and Dad Are Palindromes. He lives in New York City.
"It is anagram heaven indeed for those who relish such wordplay."-Booklist
A Junior Library Guild Selection
"This tale will surely spark fun wordplay."-Kirkus Reviews