Ho Ho Homework (Hardcover)

By Mylisa Larsen, Taia Morley (Illustrator)

HarperCollins, 9780062796882, 32pp.

Publication Date: September 17, 2019

List Price: 17.99*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

In this delightful Christmas picture book, Jack’s substitute teacher, Mr. Clausen, looks a whole lot like Santa Claus—could he really be Santa?

This jacketed picture book comes with instructions for how to make your own Snowflake Wish!

It’s almost Christmas, and Jack’s classroom has a new substitute teacher. There’s something funny about Mr. Clausen—he seems awfully familiar.…Is it his long, white beard? Is it the way his laugh sounds a lot like “Ho, ho, ho”? Or maybe it’s his snack of milk and cookies—reindeer-shaped cookies!

Jack’s classmates are convinced they know who Mr. Clausen really is, but Jack’s not so sure…

Filled with beautiful pictures, humor, and lots of holiday cheer, this story captures all of the magic and mystery that children experience during the Christmas season. In the story, Mr. Clausen teaches Jack and his classmates how to make paper snowflake wishes—and the end of the book shows you how to make your very own!



About the Author

Mylisa Larsen grew up on a farm but always wanted to explore. She's lived in nine states and two countries and enjoys traveling. For now she's settled in upstate New York, where she lives with her family. They all have a terrible time getting to bed at a decent hour. How to Put Your Parents to Bed is her first book.



Taia Morley has worked as a toy and game designer for several toy companies and is also an illustrator whose work appears in books and magazines and on packaging. She even illustrated the surface of the St. Paul Public Library Bookmobile. When she isn't working, she might be riding a bike, trying to hit a tennis ball, or napping. She has illustrated Hurricane Watch and The Sun and the Moon in the Let's-Read-and-Find-Out Science series. She is married to a wonderful guy, and they have four pretty great kids and one old brown dog. She lives in St. Paul, Minnesota.