Katie Kazoo Switcheroo Super Special: A Whirlwind Vacation
Katie Kazoo Switcheroo Series Extra/Companion Book
Author: Nancy Krulik
Illustrator: John & Wendy
|Published on May 1, 2005|
|Age Group: 7 - 10 years|
|Reading Level: ||AR: 3.5 (2.0 Points, Quiz #89120)|
Lexile® measure: 530L
Katie is very excited about her family's trip to London, Paris, Madrid, and Venice, but when the magic wind strikes not once, but four times, Katie's European vacation is turned upside down.
"Oh, Mom, Dad, look at that beautiful building!" Katie Carew shouted as she rode through the streets of London, England, in a red double-decker bus. Katie thought the building they were riding past was the most amazing place she had ever seen. The huge red brick mansion was surrounded by big black and gold gates. There was a bright green lawn and beautiful gardens all around the building.
"That's Kensington Palace," Vicki, a woman with hair almost as red as Katie's, explained. Vicki was a tour guide. It was her job to tell the people in Katie's tour group all about the European cities they were visiting on their vacation.
Can one little wish mess up the life of a nice, ordinary kid? Sure can!
Nancy Krulik's funny, popular series begins on a day when nothing goes right for Katie Carew, the kind of day when you wish you could -poof! like magic - be anybody but yourself. Poor Katie soon learns that's when the real trouble starts!
Katie is psyched to go on vacation with her family! She can't wait to tour Buckingham Palace in London, visit the Eiffel Tower in Paris, learn how to flamenco dance in Spain, and ride in a gondola in Venice. But when the magic wind strikes not once but four times, Katie's whirlwind vacation is turned upside down!
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