Even though the neighborhood boys gave him the nickname KID (which stands for Kid-In-Duplex), KID isn't very social. And he's not a fan of having to go into town shopping with his mom, because it's pretty much the most boring thing on earth. But hang on a second– why is his mom talking about pirate policemen, towels with talking owls and shifty spaceship shoppers? Clearly, KID must venture back into town and take another look (this time, with his shout-hole shut)...
Signed by the author and each copy includes a cool sticker sheet!!
Randy Walker is a writer and illustrator living in the Skagit Valley with his wife, kid, and dogs. He is a huge fan of unusual and wonderful picture books. He says of this book: This is the first in a series of books I'm writing with titles originating from things my dad would tell me when I was a kid. "Wash your hands before you touch your eyes," he would say. Or, "Let's not and say we did." And his favorite: "Look with your eyes, not your mouth."
- Author and Illustrator: Randy Walker
- Publisher: Friendly Poop Press
- Hardcover, 54 pages