About the Book
All Max wants to do is play with Spaceman. So when his Mommy wrenches it from his hands in the name of "sharing," Max gets really, really, REALLY MAD. The natural world responds with thunder, earthquakes, and--A TORNADO! Someone needs to do something or everyone is going to fly away! I know, thinks Max, I'll blow it away. But once you get really, really, REALLY MAD, it's hard to get un-mad. And as Max sagely sums it up: it's really hard to blow a tornado away. But it sure is fun trying!
JULIA EDWARDS is a graduate of Brown University and UC-San Diego where she studied semiotics and playwriting. She wrote her first badly spelled tragedy, The Little Bird Was Ded, at age six and has been scribbling ever since. Her plays, including FAMILY PLANNING and THE RATS ARE GETTING BIGGER have been seen in New York, Los Angeles, and points in between. She lives in Pasadena, California with her husband and two children. For more information, visit her website: www.JuliaEdwards.com.