Monday is One Day (Paperback)

By Arthur A. Levine, Julian Hector (Illustrator)

Scholastic Inc., 9780439789257, 32pp.

Publication Date: March 31, 2015

Other Editions of This Title:
Hardcover (4/1/2011)

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Description

One by one, the days of the week roll by. Monday is one day, Tuesday is blue shoes day, and Wednesday is halfway day.

When Saturday and Sunday finally come, it's time for little ones and the adults who love them to play, share, and celebrate. Every day of the week offers a special opportunity for families to enjoy being together!
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Arthur A. Levine is the author of several books for children. His most recent picture book, Monday Is One Day, was hailed by Caldecott Honor medalist, Brian Selznick, as a "delightful book," and was lauded by Booklist magazine in a starred review as "that rare book perceptive enough to recognize that the random moments are those we treasure most." Arthur has been a children"s book publisher and editor for twenty-five years. Mr. Levine lives in New Jersey with his family.

Julian Hector is a graduate of the Parsons School of Design. His titles include The Little Matador and This is the Firefighter. He currently resides in New York City.


About the Author

Arthur A. Levine is the author of several books for children. His most recent picture book, MONDAY IS ONE DAY, was hailed by Caldecott Honor medalist, Brian Selznick, as a "delightful book," and was lauded by Booklist magazine in a starred review as "that rare book perceptive enough to recognize that the random moments are those we treasure most." Arthur has been a children's book publisher and editor for twenty-five years. Mr. Levine lives in New Jersey with his family.



Julian Hector is a graduate of the Parsons School of Design. His titles include THE LITTLE MATADOR and THIS IS THE FIREFIGHTER. He currently resides in New York City.


Praise For Monday is One Day

Praise for The Very Beary Tooth Fairy "Inspiring and clever, this story captures the simple joy and limitless possibility of belief." -Kirkus



" Levine (Monday Is One Day) underlines the need for heroes that 'look like us' (he invokes Barack Obama and Sandy Koufax in his dedication)." -Publishers Weekly



" Levine addresses the concerns of many children who want to believe that magic exists and avails everyone." -Booklist