Little Bill with Captain Brainstorm

Little Bill with Captain Brainstorm

by Fracaswell Hyman, Robert Powers
     
 

"Hello, friend."

Children love to learn and are always figuring things out about themselves and the world around them. And the more they know, the better equipped they are to handle the challenges of growing up.

Little Bill encourages children to value their family and friends, to feel good about themselves, and to learn to solve problems creatively.

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Overview

"Hello, friend."

Children love to learn and are always figuring things out about themselves and the world around them. And the more they know, the better equipped they are to handle the challenges of growing up.

Little Bill encourages children to value their family and friends, to feel good about themselves, and to learn to solve problems creatively.

I hope young readers will see Little Bill as their friend and enjoy his real-life adventures.

Happy reading!

Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature
Little Bill's favorite hero is Captain Brainstorm. One day he wrote and illustrated his own story featuring Captain Brainstorm and Little Bill. Captain Brainstorm needs Little Bill's help to rescue his friends Muskara, Chaka and Spark-E on the planet Yubba. After asking his mother's permission, Little Bill quickly agrees to help. They take off and land on the bouncy planet of Yubba and find Captain Brainstorm's friends trapped in a cave by a giant robot. Little Bill quickly volunteers to disable the robot by turning the key that is deep inside the giant robot. Once inside, Little Bill discovers there is tiny space alien who wants to meet Muskara, Chaka and Spark-E, but he only feels safe inside the giant robot and he accidentally got the robot's foot caught in the cave. Little Bill quickly puts the space alien at ease and tells him that the best way to make new friends is to simply introduce yourself. The story expertly showcases how easy it is to make new friends when you act like yourself and also clearly illustrates how active a child's imagination can be. The illustrations are colorful and full page and illustrate the story perfectly. Part of the "Little Bill Nick, Jr." series. 2001, Simon Spotlight/ Simon and Schuster, $5.99. Ages 3 to 6. Reviewer:Danielle Williams

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780689845017
Publisher:
Simon Spotlight/Nickelodeon
Publication date:
09/28/2001
Series:
Little Bill Series
Edition description:
1 ED
Pages:
32
Product dimensions:
9.85(w) x 7.85(h) x 0.25(d)
Lexile:
280L (what's this?)
Age Range:
4 - 8 Years

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