Marshall Armstrong Is New to Our School

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Harpercollins Pub Limited, 2011 - Children's stories - 32 pages
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Marshall Armstrong is new to school and definitely stands out from the crowd, with his pale skin, perpetual hats, and special "space food" lunches that come in silver wrappers. He doesn't play sports, and he doesn't watch television. So when he invites everyone in class over for his birthday party, it's sure to be a disaster. Or is it? Marshall Armstrong might have a trick or two up his long, "sun protective" sleeve.

David Mackintosh's story, with its bold design and sharply humorous observations, is a highly original take on the popular theme of the difficulties of being the new kid and making friends.

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User Review  - Damera Blincoe - Goodreads

I can honestly say that I thoroughly enjoyed this book. There is nothing wrong with being different. Read full review

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User Review  - Alison Criner - Goodreads

I love this book. It is great to read at the beginning of the school year. When I read it aloud at school the kids always love it. It also has a great message. I highly recommend this book. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

David Mackintosh was born in Belfast and grew up in Australia. He is a graphic designer, art director and illustrator. His innovative book designs have won him numerous awards in Britain and internationally, and has collaborated with some of the most celebrated names in children's publishing. David lives in London, draws a lot, has a bicycle and built a plastic model of a lunar module while creating this book.

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