For as long as he can remember, Lionel has wanted two things: all the ice cream he can eat and the best job in the world-to be a king would be nice. Lionel even goes to King School and studies hard to be the best monarch possible. Imagine his shock when he finds out that the job of king isn't something any ordinary boy can apply for. Just when it seems that he'll never get to wear a crown, something delicious happens!
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Greg McEvoy is a Fitzhenry and Whiteside author.From School Library Journal:
Kindergarten-Grade 3-Lionel, an industrious youngster who loves ice cream, decides that if one has to grow up and go to work, being a king might be the best position to seek out. However, after finding and graduating from King School, he discovers that there are few job openings. He also learns that his lack of royal parentage is another serious drawback. At the edge of despair, he hears the cheery call of the ice-cream vendor and is hired as the partner and spokesperson for the business-"The Ice Cream King." Fanciful pen-and-ink cartoons with watercolor washes done in cheerful, muted shades provide the perfect support for this lighthearted fantasy. It reads aloud well though the detailed illustrations are sometimes too subtle for group appreciation (the classroom full of future kings is well worth a long and careful look). Skilled readers will enjoy the harmony of text and artwork.
Jody McCoy, The Bush School, Seattle, WA
Copyright 1998 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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