Deeply tired of being a kid, seven-year-old Summer Jackson decides it's time to don a blazer, make some to-do lists, and oversee some second graders. However, when her parents decide to switch places with her, and Summer finds herself doing adult things clearing the table while her parents enjoy the slide, it's a shock. With lively illustrations.
Meet Summer Jackson.
Summer is fairly certain she's ready to be a grown-up—right now. She wants to wear a blazer, read the morning paper, and boss around a few second graders. Grown-ups have it so easy! But wait, do grown-ups play on swings?
Teresa E. Harris and AG Ford's hilarious story shows that being a kid might not be so bad after all.
Number of Pages: 32
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Sub-Genre: People + Places / United States / African-American, Humorous Stories
Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books
Age Range: 4-8 years
Author: Teresa E. Harris
Street Date: May 17, 2011
Item Number (DPCI): 059-03-1533