- Series: Formac First Novels
- Imprint: Formac Publishing Company Limited
- Publication Date: 1 January 1991
- Copyright Year: 1991
- ISBN: 9780887800948
- Page Count: 59
- Dimensions: 4.25" x 7"
- Interest ages: 5-10
illustrated by Anne Villeneuve
translated by Sarah Cummins
Arthur's dad is about to give up because he cannot find a babysitter.
Arthur's dad is about to give up because he cannot find a babysitter. Arthur has had twenty-three! But this time Arthur's dad thinks he has finally found a match for Arthur.
About the Authors
GINETTE ANFOUSSE , a native of Montreal, is the author of more than twelve books for Children and Young Adults, including the Arthur series and A Terrible Secret. She is also the recipient of many awards, including the Mr Christie Book Award and the Governor Generals Award.
ANNE VILLENEUVE has illustrated many childrens books as well as magazines and educational texts. She was a finalist for the Communication-Jeunesse Culinar Award for children's book illustration.'(more)
ANNE VILLENEUVE has illustrated many childrens books as well as magazines and educational texts. She was a finalist for the Communication-Jeunesse Culinar Award for children's book illustration.'
"Lively and funny ... a good read for any age."
"Perfect for educators introducing the novel
to their students."
to their students."
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