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Imagination Friday with Michael Rex
Just in time for Halloween, join us on Friday, October 30, 1:00 to 1:40 to meet Michael Rex, author of We’re Going on a Good Hunt: A Petrifying Parody. A family treks through spooky landscapes looking for a monster, only to run back home when they actually find one. This hilarious companion to Goodnight Goon is a spooky parody of the familiar chant of We’re Going on a Bear Hunt. “We’re going on a goon hunt. We’re going to catch a green one. What a spooky night! We’re not scared.”

Michael will share the book and how he created his spooky settings and funny text, invite children to do activities based on the book, and answer questions.

Imagination Fridays is co-sponsored by the Tucson Festival of Books and Worlds of Words/University of Arizona and will occur every Friday at 1:00-1:40 pm from September to December 2020 with a different author or illustrator each week. Add some excitement to Fridays with world-renowned children’s authors and illustrator to promote new books and encourage children as readers, writers, and illustrators.

You must register for the webinar to attend and will receive a link to click on and join this exciting interaction with Michael Rex. The webinar will be recorded and those who register will receive that link to watch the recording if unable to join us live. Teachers who want to show the webinar live to their classes will be able to live-stream the webinar.

Oct 30, 2020 01:00 PM in Arizona

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Michael Rex
Michael Rex has written and/or illustrated more than 40 children's books, including Eat Pete, Facts vs Opinions vs Robots, and the New York Times number one bestsellers Goodnight Goon and The Runaway Mummy. His Fangbone series has been turned into an animated TV series. His most recent book is We're Going on a Goon Hunt.
Kathy G. Short
Kathy G. Short is Director of Worlds of Words: A Center of Global Literacies and Literatures (wowlit.org). She is a professor of global children’s and adolescent literature in the College of Education at the University of Arizona.