Clyde is nervous about what he should take for show and tell, but he ends up sharing a wonderful surprise with his class
"The book has energy, movement, and a solid, comforting understanding of the emotional trials of a first grader." —School Library JournalClyde is worried. Show and Tell is just a couple of days away, and he doesn't know what to bring. Then by pure luck, down in the dark and dusty basement at home, Clyde discovers a unique and mysterious object—something that will hold his entire class spellbound. Young readers who have already met Clyde in LUNCH BUNNIES and SCIENCE FAIR BUNNIES, along with those who are meeting Clyde for the first time, will appreciate both his worries and his triumphs.