Regarding the Sink (Hardcover)

Where, Oh Where, Did Waters Go? (Regarding the . . . )

By Kate Klise, M. Sarah Klise (Illustrator)

HMH Books for Young Readers, 9780152050191, 144pp.

Publication Date: August 1, 2004

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (4/1/2006)

List Price: 15.00*
* Individual store prices may vary.

Description

Geyser Creek Middle School's cafeteria sink is clogged, and the smell is . . . well, P-U-trid. Of course, the savvy sixth-grade class knows just who can create a fabuloso new sink--Florence Waters, who designed the school's OTT (over-the-top) water fountain. But the famous fountain designer (and, more important, their good friend) has gone missing! Undeterred, these kids follow their hearts and noses all the way to China to find Florence . . . and sniff out a few stinkers along the way.

Sisters Kate and Sarah Klise have created a hilarious, touching, and thoroughly original sequel to Regarding the Fountain. Told in letters, newspaper articles, and BEAN-mails, this story is guaranteed to make you laugh until beans fly out your nose!


About the Author

Kate Klise is the author of many punny and funny middle grade novels, including all of the books in the popular 43 Old Cemetery Road series. She has also written a number of picture books and young adult novels. Ms. Klise lives in Norwood, Missouri. For more information about Kate, visit www.kateandsarahklise.com.


M. Sarah Klise illustrates picture books and middle grade novels with a graphic twist. She also teaches art to children and adults in the Bay Area in California. For more information about Sarah, visit www.kateandsarahklise.com.


Praise For Regarding the Sink: Where, Oh Where, Did Waters Go? (Regarding the . . . )

Fabuloso praise for Regarding the Fountain:
[star]"An unequivocal delight . . . a tale overflowing with imagination and fun."--Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

"The hilarious shenanigans are unremitting; the puns flow faster than the leaks in the old fountain. And the splendiferous new fountain, when it arrives, is a credit to the unfettered imagination."--The Horn Book