Another Night at the Museum
Publication Date: March 19, 2013
Larry is a night guard at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. He is also late for work. In his hurry to get out of the bathtub and to his job, he forgets things. Things like shutting off the faucet. . . .
What would happen if Larry’s bathtub caused the city to flood? What would become of the museum, particularly the fabulous creatures in the Ocean Room like the blue octopus and giant whale?
Join the creator of The Night at the Museum for more adventures inside a world that few ever get to experience—the mysterious world of a museum after the lights go out.
Milan Trenc was born in Zagreb, Croatia, where he studied graphic arts and film. His illustrations have appeared in The New York Times and The New Yorker, among other publications. He is the creator of the picture book The Night at the Museum, which was made into two popular 20th Century Fox family films. He divides his time between the United States and Croatia.
Review, Kirkus, December 1st 2012 issue:
"The author of Night at the Museum (1994, revised 2007, film version 2006) gives the marine exhibits a turn to frolic." -- Kirkus
"The colors–blues, greens, yellow, pink–work well with the underwater theme, and the sight of half-submerged New York icons will excite kids who recognize them. This zany story is awash in good-natured bumbling, sea animals, and dream logic. Sure to be of interest due to the popularity of the movie based on The Night at the Museum." -- School Library Journal
"Trenc follows up his Night at the Museum (2006) with another cheerfully outlandish romp starring thesleepy night watchman of the Museum of Natural History." -- Booklist