Mel, and ordinary boy who lives in New Jersey, is about to take a trip. He's going to trip while walking down Tottenhotten Street and the trip will take him into a new dimension. It's a dimension in which everything is pointy. Mel explores. Wow! Amazing! But, when he rounds a corner, he's back into his normal world. He tries to explain to his parents that he has discovered a new dimension. "Mel, do something useful. Go wash the car." This is fresh from the bursting imaginations of Arthur Yorinks and Richard Egielski. It challenges the reader to see beyond the words and beyond the boundaries of the illustrations. There are even two pages where you can fold the page to change the picture in the most incredible way.
What A Trip!