It's science-project time in Ms. Adolf's class, and Hank is in the doldrums. He loves science--the experiments, the labs, the equipment--but he hates the report part--the hypothesis, the methodology, the conclusions. Hank turns to TV to take his mind off things, which becomes another annoyance when the program directory scrolls by too quickly for Hank to know what's on when. So he decides to take apart the cable box to try slowing down the crawl. And it'll make a great science project, too! But Hank wasn't counting on his sister Emily's iguana laying eighteen eggs in the disassembled cable box!
How's Hank going to get out of this one?
From the Cassette edition.
Lin Oliver|Henry Winkler
About Lin Oliver
Lin Oliver is a writer and producer of movies, books, and television series for children and families. She has created over one hundred episodes of television, four movies, and seven books. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, Alan. They have three sons named Theo, Ollie, and Cole, one fluffy dog named Annie, and no iguanas.
About Henry Winkler
Henry Winkler is an acomplished actor, producer and director. In 2003, Henry added author to his list of acheivements as he co-authored a series of children's books. Inspired by the true life experiences of Henry Winkler, whose undiagnosed dyslexia made him a classic childhood underachiever, the Hank Zipzer series is about the high-spirited and funny adventures of a boy with learning differences.
Henry is married to Stacey Weitzman and they have three children.
Hank Zipzer #3: Day of the Iguana by Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver