Cover image for The cow poop treasure hunt / Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver.
Title:
The cow poop treasure hunt / Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver.
ISBN:
9781978644465
Edition:
Unabridged.
Publication Information:
Grand Haven, MI : Brilliance Audio, Inc., [2018]
Physical Description:
2 audio discs (approximately 2 hr.) : CD audio, digital ; 4 3/4 in.
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What will it take for Mom and Dad to trust Hank to go to the mall unsupervised with his friends? Cooking a family dinner--er, disaster--doesn't exactly say "responsible." But what if Hank signs up for the school's notorious survival camp and makes it through the whole weekend? Maybe he should factor in being teamed up with his nemesis, McKelty, in a leaky tent, not to mention a desperate search for a cell phone in a field of cow pies.
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Summary

Summary

Underachiever Hank Zipzer goes on an unfortunate school camping trip in a comical, kid-friendly novelization of the popular BBC series based on Henry Winkler's best-selling books.

What will it take for Mom and Dad to trust Hank to go to the mall unsupervised with his friends? Cooking a family dinner -- er, disaster -- doesn't exactly say "responsible." But what if Hank signs up for the school's notorious survival camp and makes it through the whole weekend? Maybe he should factor in being teamed up with his nemesis, McKelty, in a leaky tent, not to mention a desperate search for a cell phone in a field of cow pies. . . . The amiable character originated by Henry Winkler -- inspired by his own childhood -- comes to life in a humorous adventure set in a font designed to boost readability for kids with dyslexia.


Author Notes

Born in Manhattan, NY in 1945, Henry Winkler rose to fame as television's "The Fonz" on the 1970's sitcom, Happy Days. In 1970, Winkler graduated from the Yale School of Drama and went on to act in various commercials before being cast as Arthur Fonzarelli. After Happy Days, Winkler went on to produce and direct various television shows, as well as continue acting in co-starring roles in movies such as "Scream" and "The Waterboy". Along with his acting and directing career, Henry Winkler is a children's advocate who helped to found the Children's Action Network which helps to provide immunization to children at no charge. He is also involved with several other children's charities and began writing the Hank Zipzer series in 2003 which centers around an adventurous boy with dyslexia.