This anti-bullying title follows 6 young targets of bullying along with their tormentors from adolescence through adulthood, serving as an empowering message to both the bullied and the bullies alike. 56 pgs, Ages 9-12.
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Where ACTING LIKE A CHILD is not only FUN - it's a WAY OF LIFE!
Launched in 2009, Shake the Moon Books is an independant publisher of high quality, smart, engaging and creative books for children of all ages. We pride ourselves in our playful and lively take on everyday life experiences that you will love to cherish yourself and share with your own children for years to come.
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Previous Medal of Honor & Call of Duty Producer Scott Langteau has assembled a collection of his poems and sketches from the past 20 years into a humorous, irreverent, and often moving look at the foibles of daily life. If you're a fan of the style of Shel Silverstein, this collection is for you!
(Not necessarily for the very young, this book is recommended for those 12 and up.)
"Just Here to Save the World."
Did you ever wonder what it's like to be a HERO with everyone watching your every move?
What if you're not as perfect as everyone thinks you are?
Talk about pressure...
Introducing CAPTAIN SPECTACULAR! All he wants is to be seen as a normal guy doing the normal job he was born to do.
The only difference between him and the rest of us?
He's "Just Here to Save the World."
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NEW! 10th Anniversary Edition.
Updated artwork for a more media-centric modern world and yes - you guessed it... even more creeping vines!!
(NOW AVAILABLE!) A young boy discovers that lounging on his favorite sofa playing videogames around the clock is not all it's cracked up to be. His lack of attention to life's basics such as bathing, good food, fresh air, sunlight, and old fashioned exercise wreaks havoc on his young body, and before long our little lad finds himself a prisoner of his own designing, as well as the fascination of many an onlooker as he becomes literally joined at the hip with his increasingly disgusting environment.
After watching the snowstorm of the season blow into his neighborhood, a young boy wakes to find his town literally buried beneath a mountain of snow. Possibly stuck inside his house for the rest of the winter, survival questions of every shape and size race through his mind- including one that tugs at his thoughts to the very end of his adventure. The Question is a wild journey through the mind of a child, with an ending so honestly relatable, you can't help but smile.