Jeffrey and Sloth

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Jeffrey and Sloth
Jeffrey and sloth cover.jpg
Book cover, featuring the two characters Jeffrey and the Sloth (sitting in chair facing Jeffrey)
Author Kari-Lynn Winters
Illustrator Ben Hodson
Country Canada
Language English
Genre children's fiction
Publisher Orca Book Publishers
Publication date
2007
Media type Print (Hardcover, Paperback)
Pages 32
ISBN 978-1-55143-974-7 (first edition, softcover);
ISBN 978-1-55143-323-3 (first edition, hardcover)
OCLC 180756886

Jeffrey and Sloth is a children's book by Kari-Lynn Winters and Ben Hodson. It was published in March 2007 by Orca Book Publishers.

Jeffrey and Sloth first appeared in a 2004 issue of Chameleon, a children's magazine published by the University of British Columbia, as "Jeffrey's Wor(l)ds Meet Sloth". Orca selected this book as one of 9 out of 1600 manuscripts chosen for publication in 2007. The book has come to life beyond the page, as a literacy play performed by Tickle Trunk Players in schools in Vancouver, Calgary, and Toronto.[1]

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Plot[edit]

Jeffrey can't think of how to start his writing assignment so he doodles instead, only to have his doodle of a sloth come to life and order him about. Jeffrey struggles against the strong-willed Sloth, in the process telling a tale and completing his homework.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tickle Trunk Players
  2. ^ Honoured BC Books 2009
  3. ^ Edify Magazine 2, Fall, 2007, page 11

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