Remarkable Underwater Breathing Pills (Dr Drabble Genius Inventor Series)
Sigmund Brouwer & Wayne DavidsonDr Drabble is a genius inventor. Together with PJ, Chelsea and their pet skunk Wesley, he travels to exotic locations all over the world in his Remarkable Flying Ship. His unique inventions - and the trouble...
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Sigmund Brouwer & Wayne DavidsonDr Drabble is a genius inventor. Together with PJ, Chelsea and their pet skunk Wesley, he travels to exotic locations all over the world in his Remarkable Flying Ship. His unique inventions - and the trouble they cause - will intrigue six to ten year olds and help them to learn valuable lessons about Christian character. Approx 26 pages each, from Word.DR DRABBLES REMARKABLE UNDERWATER BREATHING PILLSA story about honesty.
Dr. Drabble is a hapless inventor whose contraptions get Chelsea, P. J., Wesley, and their pet skunk into all kinds of hilarious dilemmas. These beautifully illustrated stories entertain while teaching children ages 6-10 important lessons about honesty, prejudice, and keeping promises.Dr. Drabble's latest invention allows P. J. and Chelsea to breathe underwater and talk to fish. It's great fun until they bump into a tricky fish named Murgatroyd who gets them into some deep trouble. The kids find out that it's best to be truthful even if they take the chance of ending up as someone else's dinner.
Sigmund Brouwer is the award-winning author of scores of books, from youth fiction to adult thrillers. His books has been lauded in publications such as Library Journal and Booklist and he has received the Alberta Film and Literary Arts Writing Grant twice. He speaks at schools, home-schooling conventions, writing camps and seminars to provide encouragement to reluctant readers and writers and to encourage youth to follow their dreams of a career in writing. He co-founded The Young Writer's Institute with education expert Debra Bell. Brouwer teaches writing courses at Red Deer College. Brouwer, his wife and daughter divide their time between Tennessee and Alberta.- Publisher.