Snail's Silly Adventures

Snail Has Lunch; Snail Finds a Home

Illustrated by Mary Peterson
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About The Book

When Snail leaves his bucket, he discovers a whole, wide world in this illustrated bind-up of sweet and funny chapter books Snail Has Lunch and Snail Finds a Home.

Snail is a merry little mollusk who lives in a rusty bucket. Day after day, rain or shine, snail doesn’t move—and that suits him just fine. But when his bucket is turned over, his life takes a topsy-turvy turn. A journey through the vegetable garden opens up a whole world of new friends, new foods, and maybe even a little danger. Can Snail find happiness out here, or will he wish he never left his bucket?

In his next adventure, Snail eats too many strawberries—his favorite food—and makes himself sick. His best friend Ladybug tells him he needs to find a forever home away from the tempting, yummy, red fruit. But Snail’s journey puts him in the path of a hungry chicken! Will he make it to his new home or be a tasty treat for this feathered, famished fiend?

Filled with simple text, speech balloons, and engaging illustrations, these easy-to-follow stories are a blend between a picture book and a chapter book, making it an ideal bridge for independent readers.

About The Author

Mary Peterson

Mary Peterson was born and raised in Iowa on a small family farm surrounded by cornfields and lots of animals. Those early years in the company of critters large and small continue to provide inspiration for her art. She is the illustrator of many books for children and lives in Los Angeles, California.

About The Illustrator

Mary Peterson

Mary Peterson was born and raised in Iowa on a small family farm surrounded by cornfields and lots of animals. Those early years in the company of critters large and small continue to provide inspiration for her art. She is the illustrator of many books for children and lives in Los Angeles, California.

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