Arthur promises to buy ice cream for his little sister, D.W., if she can read ten words. The twosome race to the park, where D.W. is quick to recognize signs such as ZOO, DON’T WALK, POLICE, and ICE CREAM. When she reads WET PAINT before her big brother does, Arthur is in for a colorful surprise!
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About Marc Brown
“The most interesting—and the funniest—things happen in real life.”—Marc Brown ABOUT THE AUTHOR Marc Brown is the renowned illustrator of Judy Sierra’s Wild About Books and ZooZical, but is best known worldwide as the creator of Arthur the aardvark, the… More about Marc Brown
Published by Random House Books for Young Readers Jun 11, 1996| 24 Pages| 6 x 9| 5-8 years| ISBN 9780679867388