Snowy must outsmart Cannon Ball, the class bully, if she wants to fit in at her new school.
Learn to turn your idea into a business. Snowy and Cannon Ball offer lessons.
Coach Beefcake coaches the girls basketball team. Tiny Dribbles is the shortest player. Together, they discover what it means to be leaders.
Snowy and her classmates tell us what they want to be when they grow up and their reasons for making the world a better place.
The day started with Snowy leading her classmates on a treasure hunt. They end up at an abandoned house where they become the hunted.
I love the way Greg and Natchariya ("Mai") told the story. It will teach children to handle the 'stress and storm' of childhood with courage and confidence.
Hilarious and heartwarming, it takes the reader on an exciting adventure...it addresses some difficult subjects for kids - bullying, exclusion, mockery. This book is a collaboration between a father and his daughter, Natchariya (Mai), which transforms the family's worries about Mai's journey during her first year in a new school adventure of quirky characters, sappy rhymes, and clever quips. This mirthful package makes it fun for kids to read, but no less meaningful.
Given the universal imperative in Chapter 2 "Everyone needs help from time to time" the authors have created a meaningful story that offers a lesson and words of wisdom for children - and adults. A blend of whimsical storytelling merged with a fresh writing style will endear readers to the characters, while advancing the plot of an underdog neutralizing a bully and offering friendship.
Excerpt from the Big Race