Publication Date: October 11, 2005
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It takes extreme measures to get a response out of the stubbornly indifferent Billy in a wry little tale that readers of all ages will surely relate to.
Billy can be very difficult to please. Show him something very tall or very small, and he'll say, "whatever." Let him play inside the bounciest castle, and he'll shrug and say, "whatever." Take him for a ride in the smokiest train or the speediest spaceship — it doesn't matter. Billy's reaction is always the same. What might the surly boy say if a hungry tiger came by and his nonchalant dad gave Billy a taste of his own medicine? William Bee's quirky illustrations give an amusing new spin to a familiar scenario that will have both children and adults laughing in recognition.
WILLIAM BEE was born in London but now lives in the English countryside. In addition to writing children's books, he races a vintage sports car, is an international skier, and when at home, tends his lawns and meadow. William Bee loves Saturdays, the color green, tabby cats, the Queen, Rolls-Royces, fruit scones, David Niven, and, of course, staying home in Suffolk.