The Hueys in It Wasn't Me

The Hueys in It Wasn't Me

Board Book - 2013
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"Hueys may look the same, think the same, and even do the same things, but that doesn't mean they can't disagree. The only problem is, they can't seem to agree on what they didn't agree on in the first place! Which ultimately leads to an even bigger disagreement"--P. [4] of cover.
Publisher: London :, HarperCollins,, 2013
ISBN: 9780008129507
Branch Call Number: JEF
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged)
Alternative Title: It wasn't me


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Jan 18, 2017

Fun read. Great for kids 4 to 6.

ChristchurchKids Mar 24, 2014

After embracing sartorial individuality in The New Sweater, the round, nearly-identical Hueys are back, and they're not getting along very well. A simple discussion about a buzzing fly escalates into a highly visual argument: the faces of the fighting Hueys become increasingly distressed, their speech bubbles growing chaotic and scribbly, until a Huey named Gillespie approaches and innocently asks them WHY they're fighting. Chagrined, the Hueys stand in silence -- they can't remember. As it turns out, the problem that started the argument has resolved itself: "Want to see a dead fly?" asks Gillespie with morbid, childlike glee. The Hueys all respond enthusiastically, and harmony is restored.

March 2014 Picture books newsletter

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