Mitchell's License

Mitchell's License

Book - 2011
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Mitchell never wants to go to bed until, at the age of three years, nine months, and five days he gets his license so that he can drive there--at least until he and the car have a disagreement about what fuel goes in the tank.
Publisher: Somerville, Mass. : Candlewick Press, 2011
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9780763644963
Branch Call Number: E DUR
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) : col. ill
Additional Contributors: Fucile, Tony

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Laurkew
Feb 26, 2013

Mitchell just doesn?t want to go to bed, so Dad suggests one last game as a compromise: Mitchell, pretending his father is a car, can take his dad for one last joyride around the house, and then pull in to bed. Delightful illustrations of Mitchell perfectly reflect his simultaneous joy and determination in operating this dadmobible, and clever Dad in his plaid pajama pants somehow knows just when to take over steering.

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gopherguts
Apr 19, 2012

Awesome pictures that capture the emotions of the boy and his dad. my boy laughs when we read this together.

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Ubalstecha
Oct 24, 2011

Mitchell doesn't want to go to bed, so his dad pretends to be a car that Mitchell has to drive. He even issues Mitchell a licence. This leads to longer and longer bed times as Mitchell drives Dad all over the house.

A very cute story with whimsically illustrations. Lovely representation of the relationship between fathers and sons.

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