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The Number Three is having an identity crisis-there are so many other things he could do with his life; why stop at being just a number? He tries being a ship's anchor, a spatula, even a shiny bronze sculpture, and he won't listen when the other numbers beg him to come back to the lineup. But after awhile, Number Three starts to realize that what he enjoys most is the job no one else can do: being the Number Three.
With echoes of Henry Holt's successful Zero the Hero, this clever book celebrates the importance of feeling appreciated for one's talents.
Drew Dernavich is a cartoonist and illustrator who has had more than 200 cartoons published in the New Yorker and is featured in Volumes 1 and 2 of the cartoon anthology The Rejection Collection. He was awarded the Reuben Award for best gag cartoonist in 2006. He lives in Hoboken, New Jersey.