Bad Boy Bradley by Nirit Littaney (Illustrated by SugerSnail)
File Size: 2721 KB
Print Length: 38 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publication Date: July 8, 2015
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
All kids have known someone like Bradley. He’s a mischievous 5-year-old who marches to beat of his own drum and likes to pull pranks. His classmates know him as the boy who always interferes or says something rude, but Bradley may just surprise everyone by the time his story is through.
This charming bedtime story for kids is packed with real-life situations. Through each of Bradley’s actions, and a surprising twist, kids will learn a valuable lesson. Colorful illustrations make the tale of a bad boy Bradley even better for early readers in search of a children’s book that they can read themselves.
I loved this book. Kids have just recently gone back to school and for many kids it will be a hard transition, going from home to a classroom with a lot of other students. For those kids who are a bit “not so nice”, it can be very lonely since making friends for them will be hard. This book shows that if you are nice, nice things happen.
When Bradley’s teacher has a contest to see who can earn the most stars for doing good deeds, he goes from a mean little boy who no one likes to a helpful and nice kid who everyone likes. He wins the contest and picks his prize and everyone is happy for him. He realizes that being nice and having people like you is way better than being a bully who nobody likes.
Illustrator SugerSnail did a great job with the pictures, they are colorful and the way she draws the faces of the children is really cute.
A great book for any child starting school or who is not so nice to his classmates.
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