The second book in a funny chapter book series filled with full color illustrations and adorable animals!
The Grumpy Woods dislike Wallace Woodpecker only slightly less than the Super Happy Party Bears. They find his pecking preposterously loud, but the bears think Wallace is beating a nice rhythm--it's great for early-morning dancercise! The bears convince Wallace he has great skills to offer the woods, and they give him ideas for unsolicited handy work. Instead of endearing him to the neighbors, it annoys them even more. Can the bears really help this noisy neighbor?
Read all the Super Happy Party Bears adventures: Super Happy Party Bears: Gnawing Around Super Happy Party Bears: Staying a Hive Super Happy Party Bears: Going Nuts Super Happy Party Bears: Bat to the Bone Super Happy Party Bears: The Jitterbug Super Happy Party Bears: Tiny Prancer Super Happy Party Bears: Cruising for a Snoozing
An Imprint Book
"The pure delight of the story will easily draw youngsters in and probably turn a few grumpy frowns upside down." ?The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books (BCCB)
About the Author
Marcie Colleen is the award-winning author of The Super Happy Party Bears chapter book series and the picture books Penguinaut! and Love, Triangle. While she misses living down the street from the Brooklyn Bears Community Garden in New York City, Marcie now lives in San Diego, California where flowers bloom all year round.
Steve James has ten years work experience in the art industry (animation, greeting cards and video game artwork). Super Happy Party Bears is his first children’s book. Steve’s art is influenced by Adventure Time, Oliver Jeffers and walks in the countryside. He lives near Leeds, a vibrant city in the United Kingdom.
"The pure delight of the story will easily draw youngsters in and probably turn a few grumpy frowns upside down." —The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books (BCCB)