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Nancy's Genius Plan (Board book)

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Description


Follow Nancy's Genius Plan to sneak a sweet treat in this delicious and devious board book!

Nancy has a genius plan: sneak through the house without disturbing anyone and enjoy a warm piece of Aunt Fritzi's delicious cornbread. But it's not quite as easy as it sounds! In this entertaining, heartwarming, and lightly interactive board book, children will delight in helping Nancy carry out her genius (and delicious!) plan.

About the Author


Olivia Jaimes' run as the official Nancy cartoonist started in 2018 and quickly became a phenomenon. The first woman to write and illustrate the classic comic strip, she brought a fresh, irreverent vision to the comics page, delighting fans of all ages. Her work has earned praise from the New York Times, the Washington Post, NPR, Smithsonian Magazine, Vice, the AV Club, Slate, and readers all across the internet.

Praise For…


"Simple, sweet, and entertaining." (Kirkus Reviews)

"This is a simple story but the interactive nature and the important lesson will make it a hit with many young children." (Youth Services Book Review)

"... thanks to the brilliance of its young new writer-artist—pseudonymous Olivia Jaimes—Nancymania is real." (Rolling Stone)


Product Details
ISBN: 9781524851804
ISBN-10: 1524851809
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication Date: October 1st, 2019
Pages: 14

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