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In this episodic tale that’s rich with Cary Fagan’s characteristically dry humor, a boy tells the story of his life with two older brothers. When he is only a week old, his brothers argue over who can hold him first and drop him onto the porch. But they aren’t all bad: they chase away the mean girls who call him names, and they perform a play starring the neighbor’s dog to cheer him up when he has the measles. Later on these troublesome boys set fire to neighbor’s tree, play football in the living room, and even attempt to ride their banana bikes all the way to the Rocky Mountains. Inspired by Cary Fagan’s childhood experiences, this story is a spot-on portrayal of the crazy, mishap-filled, yet undeniably fun and affectionate life in a family with three boys. Luc Melanson’s wonderfully lively and extremely funny retro-style illustrations are a perfect complement to the text.
The story of a younger brother's life with his two older brothers as they entertain, protect, and tease him.
Number of Pages: 32
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
Sub-Genre: Family / Siblings, Imagination + Play
Age Range: 4-8 years
Author: Cary Fagan
Street Date: August 24, 2010
Item Number (DPCI): 247-04-9876
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