This is probably his favorite, just because the gross factor is high. From pimple management to gas leaks, humor reigns. But those clever authors stuck in some honest-to-goodness useful information that may prompt your child to dig a little deeper. I'm pleased with the personal hygiene theme that permeates the pages; especially appropriate for the newly blossomed middleschooler!
Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Weird Junior Edition (Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbooks)
Not so much useful as just plain fun. I've never been abducted by aliens or have had to wrestle a werewolf, but what do I know? If such things existed, then this would be the manual to carry around in your backpack at all times. (Psst..........aliens and werewolves and vampires aren't real!!) This book wouldn't be a good fit for a kiddo who worries about paranormal activity when the lights go out!
Summer's drawing to a close, all the neighborhood kids have headed back to the brick and mortar buildings to begin their educational year. One of our fifth grade neighbor boys has 28 kids in his class as of yesterday. Goodness! I can do fairly well by one child - how do teachers of large classes manage? That's got to be a very challenging daily task and they may wish the system worked a bit differently at times. I sincerely wish it could, too. Hats off to those teachers who think outside the box and find ways to engage the kids!