Cover image for The great Louweezie / by Erica S. Perl ; illustrated by Chris Chatterton.
Title:
The great Louweezie / by Erica S. Perl ; illustrated by Chris Chatterton.
ISBN:
9781524790394
Publication Information:
New York : Penguin Workshop, 2019.

©2019
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59 pages : colour illustrations ; 20 cm
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Summary

Summary

Prepare to be amazed as Louise (AKA The Great Louweezie) predicts the future in the first book of this easy-to-read series!

Arnold is a large black bear. His best friend, Louise, is a small chipmunk. But one day, Louise insists she is NOT Louise--she's the Great Louweezie, and she can predict the future! But when the Great Louweezie's demands begin to test Arnold's patience, the game feels much less fun. What will happen if friendship isn't in their future?


Author Notes

Erica S. Perl is the author of The Capybara Conspiracy , When Life Gives You OJ , Aces Wild , Vintage Veronica , and a number of picture books. She lives in Washington, DC, with her family. Learn more about her on Twitter @ericaperl or at ericaperl.com.

Chris Chatterton began his career in graphic design and animation, working on a variety of projects including Doctor Who and CBBC's The Dumping Ground . Chris's passion for illustration then led him to pursue a career as a freelance artist working on a number of children's books. Originally from County Durham, Chris now lives and works in the basement studio of his house in Newcastle Upon Tyne.


Excerpts

Excerpts

Chapter One     "Oh dear," said Arnold when he looked outside.   Arnold and his best friend, Louise, had been planning to have a picnic.   The dark clouds suggested otherwise.   Arnold went to Louise's house to tell her the bad news.    "Louise?" called Arnold.   "There is no one here by that name," said a voice.   "Louise?" Arnold asked again.   "I am NOT Louise," she said, storming out. "I am the Great Louweezie! I can predict the future."   Arnold raised an eyebrow.   "I came to tell you that we can't have our picnic today," he said. "It looks like rain."   "Today is not a day for picnics!" announced the Great Louweezie.   "Correct," said Arnold.   "Aha!" The Great Louweezie put out her hand. "Ten cents, please."   Arnold shook his head.   "You don't have ten cents," said the Great Louweezie. "I knew it! The Great Louweezie sees all. The Great Louweezie knows all."    "Okay, Your Greatness," said Arnold. "What am I thinking about now?"   Inside his pocket, his fingers found his lucky marble.    The Great Louweezie stared deep into Arnold's eyes.   What if she says "a marble"?  Arnold wondered.   Reading minds? Predicting the future?   Arnold was pretty sure those things were impossible, even for the Great Louweezie.   Weren't they? Excerpted from The Great Louweezie #1 by Erica S. Perl All rights reserved by the original copyright owners. Excerpts are provided for display purposes only and may not be reproduced, reprinted or distributed without the written permission of the publisher.