Let Them Eat Cake! (Mr. Peabody & Sherman)

Let Them Eat Cake! (Mr. Peabody & Sherman)

Fabio Laguna, James Gallego

Language: English

Pages: 3

ISBN: 0385371470

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub


Mr. Peabody & Sherman hits theatres March 7, 2014!

DreamWorks Animation brings Jay Ward's classic cartoon Mr. Peabody & Sherman to the big screen in an all-new comedy adventure for the whole family. Mr. Peabody is the world's smartest person who just so happens to be a dog. When his "pet" boy, Sherman, uses their time-traveling WABAC machine without permission, the events in history spiral out of control to disastrous and comical results! It's up to this most unexpected of father-son teams to put things back on track. Children ages 3 to 7 will enjoy this full-color Pictureback storybook that retells one of the movie's most exciting time-traveling adventures.

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randomhouse.com/kids eBook ISBN: 978-0-385-37157-5 Hardcover ISBN: 978-0-385-37147-6 v3.1 Title Page Copyright First Page Mr. Peabody was a dog, but he was also a scientist, an Olympic gold medalist, a chef, and possibly the world’s smartest individual. To teach his boy, Sherman, all about history, Mr. Peabody created a time-traveling machine called the WABAC (pronounced “way back”). On their latest adventure, they used the WABAC to travel back in time and attend a party given

“Mr. Peabody, how’d you escape?” asked Sherman as they ran through the sewer. “Simple, really,” replied Mr. Peabody. “I noticed the sewer lid beneath the guillotine platform, noted the loose board under the basket, and swiped the executioner’s melon to give me the added weight to tip the board so I could make my exit.” Suddenly, Robespierre appeared in front of them with his troops. “Aha! I’ve got you now!” he cried. “All right, Sherman, looks like it’s time for a little pop quiz in the art

of fencing,” said Mr. Peabody, preparing to fight. Sherman cried out, “Attack! Parry! Thrust! Remise!” Robespierre was a talented swordsman, but he was no match for Mr. Peabody. Before long, Mr. Peabody had disarmed and defeated his foe—but Robespierre’s troops were still ready to battle. Mr. Peabody tossed his sword at the remaining troops. The sword missed everyone but pierced the pipe behind them. “Ha, ha—you missed!” they taunted him. “I never miss,” replied Mr. Peabody as water

began to trickle out of the pipe. Suddenly, the pipe burst—sending a wave of water racing through the sewer! “Hop on!” said Mr. Peabody, using a sewer cap to surf the wave. “Do you smell that, Sherman?” “It wasn’t me, Mr. Peabody,” replied Sherman. “I know it wasn’t you. It’s the methane gas in the sewer system. And we’re about to use it to blast out of here! Hang on!” Mr. Peabody scraped the wall with the metal sewer cap, causing sparks, which ignited the gas, and… “Wow!” said Sherman

began to trickle out of the pipe. Suddenly, the pipe burst—sending a wave of water racing through the sewer! “Hop on!” said Mr. Peabody, using a sewer cap to surf the wave. “Do you smell that, Sherman?” “It wasn’t me, Mr. Peabody,” replied Sherman. “I know it wasn’t you. It’s the methane gas in the sewer system. And we’re about to use it to blast out of here! Hang on!” Mr. Peabody scraped the wall with the metal sewer cap, causing sparks, which ignited the gas, and… “Wow!” said Sherman

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