No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever

No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever - Raj Haldar

No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francies Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup

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From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francies Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


From the #1 NEW YORK TIMES bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL comes another hilarious, fresh look at the English language

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

The hero had super vision.
The hero had supervision.

Man, a tea sounds great.
Manatee sounds great

Sir Francis Bacon
Sir, France is bakin'

What is going on here?
You can't believe everything you hear A single word can have many different meanings. And sometimes two words that sound alike can be spelled completely differently. Ptolemy the pterodactyl is back to show us all how absurd and fun language can be when homophones, homonyms, and tricky punctuation are at play

No Reading Allowed allows children and their parents to laugh together while also learning something new. Perfect for baby gifts, birthday gifts, teacher gifts, and anyone who finds humor in the absurdity of the English language.


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

"Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word)."--The Wall Street Journal

"If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks "--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup


A new, hilarious picture book for kids from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors of P IS FOR PTERODACTYL!

What makes this picture book for kids be THE WORST read aloud book ever? Try reading these sentences aloud:

The mummy prepared farro for dinner.
The mummy prepared pharaoh for dinner.

Sounds the same, right? But they're totally different! Kids will laugh at the irreverent, super silly humor and witty illustrations that provide context clues and help explain the outrageous sentences. While kids are cracking up at you repeating yourself, they also will be learning about homonyms and homophones! There's also a glossary to help explain the sound-alike words.

This hysterical book for kids is sure to delight parents, teachers, and anyone who loves to laugh at the absurdity of the English language.

Those who love wordplay are the natural constituency for No Reading Allowed: The Worst Read-Aloud Book Ever, a picture book that's bright with comic scenes... [and] brilliant pairings of picture and word (and word with word).--The Wall Street Journal

If you're a logophile (=word nerd), grammar geek, or a bookworm, and especially, if you're a teacher or homeschooler, snag a copy of No Reading Allowed for yourself and a friend. This will be a hot holiday gift for us word nerd folks!--Imagination Soup

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