Jasper Rabbit has a problem: he is NOT doing well in school. His spelling tests? Disasters. His math quizzes? Frightening to behold. But one day he finds a crayon lying in the gutter. Purple. Pointy. Perfect. Somehow it looked happy to see him. And it wants to help.

At first Jasper is excited. Everything is going great. His spelling is fantastic. His math is stupendous. And best of all he doesn't have to do ANY work! But then the crayon starts acting weird. It's everywhere and it wants to do everything. And Jasper must find a way to get rid of it before it takes over his life. The only problem? The creepy crayon will not leave.

The original print book has been adapted to include contracted braille on clear interleaved sheets allowing the print text and images to be seen underneath and the book to be enjoyed by everyone.


  • Print and braille.
  • Contracted Unified English Braille (Grade 2); may contain American English spellings.
  • Ages: four to seven years.
  • 48 pages.
  • Author: Aaron Reynolds.
  • Illustrator: Peter Brown.
  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers.
  • Size: 22.8 × 1.3 × 30.5cm.

Barcode: ET100

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