There's Nothing to Do Hardcover – May 1, 1986. This book reinforces Stevenson's reputation as an author who can provide inventive, original, exciting and truly funny books.
There's Nothing to Do Hardcover – May 1, 1986. by. James Stevenson (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. A great complement to Spier's Bored, Nothing to Do (Doubleday, 1978). Ellen Fader, Westport Public Library, Conn.
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ISBN13: 9780688046989. There's Nothing to Do! by James Stevenson.
James Stevenson is a best known as an American illustrator and author of over 100 children's books. His cartoons appear regularly in The New Yorker magazine. He usually uses a unique comic book style of illustration that is very recognizable. His books, like What's Under My Bed, have been featured on the Reading Rainbow television series. The first book James Stevenson wrote and illustrated was Walker, the Witch, and the Striped Flying Saucer
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