“These may be fantasy and fable, but the ability that humans have to create change, to endure change, to grow from change is as practical as ever.”
“Barton’s story is magical and deep, and within this beautiful story hope and help can be found.”
“sure to be loved by The Wimpy Kid set, a fun mix of cartoons and text with just the right amount of middle-school angst.”
“Highly recommended for anyone who enjoys fictional technology, smart characters, and pages that practically turn themselves.”
“Project Middle School is an engaging, thoughtful book examining many of the emotions of the beginning of middle school.
"Smart, capable people come in all different packages."
With this fifth graphic novel in the Dog Man series, Dav Pilkey shows no signs of slowing down.
“When did the rules change, she wondered. When did it become bad to be good?”
Why would a 10-year-old boy wish to die in battle? Could a life that has not yet truly begun be so easily forsaken?
Louis Armstrong was (and still is) a popular figure in 20th century American jazz.
(Harcourt Children’s Books, April 2009) Grumpy old Ignatius B.