Albert's vacation was amazing--or so he thought. To his friends, his time in Maine was boring. Dull. Lame. They've got a much more vivid idea of what Albert could, and should, have done on his trip. But Albert might just have a surprise for his friends, after all.Marty Kelley tells this wonderful read-aloud story in a fresh and imaginative way, contrasting panels of black-and-white charcoal drawings of dull old Albert with bursting-with-color spreads of what Albert's friends imagine for his summer adventures. Just what did Albert do during his trip to Maine?
About the Author
Author and illustrator Marty Kelley has spent many years cashing in on his breath-taking good looks as a highly sought after male model. He was recently honored as One of the 100 Best Looking Men Who Live at Marty Kelley's House. Between photo shoots, Marty writes and illustrates lots of books for children. He's a former second grade teacher and, even though the lingering aroma of Sloppy Joes and tater tots still haunts his dreams, he still visits 60 to 70 schools each year to talk about writing and art with students and teachers. He's a member of the New Hampshire State Council for the Arts and a frequent presenter with The Children's Literacy Foundation. Find out more: martykelley.com