Those Darn Squirrels Fly South (Hardcover)

Those Darn Squirrels Fly South By Adam Rubin, Daniel Salmieri (Illustrator) Cover Image

Those Darn Squirrels Fly South (Hardcover)

By Adam Rubin, Daniel Salmieri (Illustrator)

$17.99


Special Order—Subject to Availability
From the creators of Dragons Love Tacos comes the third off-the-wall comedy featuring Old Man Fookwire, a lot of birds, and those darn squirrels.

Old Man Fookwire's one pleasure in life is painting the birds in his backyard. When fall arrives and the birds fly south, Fookwire is desolate. The squirrels are curious: Where are the birds going, and what do they do once they get there? With their usual ingenuity and engineering skills, the squirrels devise a way to follow the birds to their destination, a tropical paradise.A wonderful time is had by all—all but grumpy Old Man Fookwire, alone at home. But the squirrels have a solution for that, too!

Adam Rubin is a creative director for a digital advertising agency in New York City and the author of critically acclaimed picture books, including three Those Darn Squirrels titles. All of them have been illustrated by Daniel Salmieri. To learn more, visit www.adamrubinhasawebsite.com.



Daniel Salmieri is an artist and illustrator living in Brooklyn, NY. He has illustrated many books for children, including the Those Darn Squirrels books and Dragons Love Tacos in collaboration with author Adam Rubin. To learn more, visit www.danielsalmieri.com.

Product Details ISBN: 9780547678238
ISBN-10: 0547678231
Publisher: Clarion Books
Publication Date: September 11th, 2012
Pages: 32
Language: English

 "Visual slapstick and a deadpan text combine with trademark Fookwire expressions to make this third Darn Squirrels outing a winner . . . Hysterical--again."—Kirkus, starred review

"Rubin conveys the complexities of a testy relationship with flair."—Publishers Weekly

"Like the previous volumes, Rubin and Salmieri's third Fookwire-squirrel saga is rich in clever language and unexpectedly humorous flourishes."—New York Times online review

"This story doesn't disappoint."—School Library Journal