Johnny Boo Book 4: The Mean Little Boy (Google eBook)

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Top Shelf Productions, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 39 pages
8 Reviews
"Perfect for beginning readers." -- Publishers Weekly "Kochalka's command of the comic form is sublime and adorable. Kids will love Johnny Boo."-- Harry Bliss, illustrator of Diary of a Worm "Johnny Boo is sweet without being sugary and comfortably familiar yet fresh on every page. All in all, Kochalka's light touch has created the quintessential small gem."-- Peter Guti_rrez, School Library Journal James Kochalka's beloved all-ages series continues with another goofy romp! When Johnny Boo announces a play date with his quiet new friend Rocky the Rock, trusty sidekick Squiggle is left to find a new friend of his own. How about this nice fellow named the Mean Little Boy? He sure is fond of his butterfly net, and he's got a great game to play with Squiggleƒ But wait a minute, maybe the Mean Little Boy isnÍt actually so nice! It's up to Johnny Boo and Squiggle to find a way out of this pickle. The fourth Johnny Boo book is packed with laughs and charm, with just the gentlest touch of potty humor.
  

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Review: Johnny Boo: The Mean Little Boy (Johnny Boo #4)

User Review  - Betsy - Goodreads

While my 6 year old really seemed to like this book, I found very little merit in it. The mean boy was exactly that... mean, with no apparent reason or resolution. The "pee in your pants" situation was also crass & pointless. This was my 1st taste of Johnny Boo & probably the last. Read full review

Review: Johnny Boo: The Mean Little Boy (Johnny Boo #4)

User Review  - Lori Redman - Goodreads

My third and least favorite of the Johnny Boo books, once again geared toward the K-2 audience, probably the boys. This one focuses on Squiggles new friend, Mean Little Boy, who thinks Squiggle is a ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

James Kochalka lives in a very old house in the Old North End of Burlington, Vermont, with his beautiful wife, adventurous son, and very cranky cat. His comics have won four Ignatz Awards and one Harvey Award. His music drives parents crazy!


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