This Parenting Magazine Best Book of the Year and Bank Street College of Education Best Children's Book of the Year features a kid full of fun ideas. For example, in the morning, gluing her brother's bunny slippers to the floor sounds like a good plan. But now she's not allowed to use glue anymore. And what about when she shows Joey Whipple her underpants—they're only underpants, right? Turns out she's not allowed to do that again, either. And isn't broccoli the perfect gift for any brother? It's just too bad her parents don't think so. But she has the last laugh in this humerous picture book about not-so-great behavior. And don't miss the companion book to 17 Things I'm Not Allowed to Do Anymore: 11 Experiments that Failed, a zany exploration of the scientific method by everyone's favorite troublemaking protagonist.
About the Author
Jenny Offill is the author of 17 Things I’m Not Allowed to Do Anymore, a Parenting Magazine Best Book of the Year and a Bank Street College of Education Best Children’s Book of the Year, and 11 Experiments That Failed, also a Bank Street College of Education Best Children’s Book of the Year, which Kirkus Reviews, in a starred review, called “the most joyful and clever whimsy.”
Nancy Carpenter is the illustrator of 11 Experiments that Failed by Jenny Offill; Imogene's Last Stand by Candace Fleming; Loud Emily by Alexis O'Neill; Fannie in the Kitchen by Deborah Hopkinson; Apples to Oregon by Deborah Hopkinson, an ALA Notable Book; and Sitti's Secrets by Naomi Shihab Nye, winner of the Jane Addams Picture Book Award, among other books. She lives in Brooklyn, New York.