Dynomike: Back to School

Dynomike: Back to School

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Overview

"I want to make friends.
I hope things are cool."
Dynomike will attend his first day of school.

But he is so scared,
so nervous he shivers.
He worries, he's flurried--
first day of school jitters.

From the Dynomike series: It's the first day of school, and Dynomike hopes it is cool, but inside he's a nervous wreck. It's so bad that by the end of the day, he has decided he is not going back. Luckily for him, Dynomom knows just what to do to help him overcome his fears and make friends at school.

Starting something new can be scary for anyone, but with the right tools, it can be fun too! Join Dynomike in Back to School as he learns the secret to making new friends and fitting in anywhere!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781530894192
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 08/01/2016
Series: Dynomike , #1
Pages: 62
Sales rank: 1,229,262
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.16(d)
Age Range: 3 - 8 Years

About the Author

Frankie B. Rabbit was born and raised underground; the underground rap scene that is. Walking alone through the rough soils of Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, and now currently in New Jersey; he traveled most of the North East battle rapping other upcoming hip-hop artists at local night clubs to only find himself getting paid in vegetable scraps and free admissions. While, he was winning a majority of his freestyle rap battles, Frankie B. Rabbit was only participating for bonus money to keep his whiskers afloat. Frankie B. Rabbit's talents were not self-fulfilling for him, and he was seeking to take his talents elsewhere.

After a brief loss of purpose, Frankie decided to write children's books with a similar rhyming style to his rap music. He then started "DYNOMIKE". A children's book series with fun rhymes, vibrant illustrations, memorible characters, and stories to help kids (and some adults) grasp certain ways of life.

We hope you enjoy the books as much as we did creating them!

-Dynomike Books

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Paula_Stewart1 More than 1 year ago
Different Is Cool First in the Dynomike! Series "Dynomike: Back to School" is a great funny rhyming read. Dynomike shares a common anxiety many children face the first day of school. Wanting to fit in is critical to vulnerable youngsters. I feel the author confronted this issue masterfully, through a great character, Dynomike. I thoroughly enjoyed the tongue-twisting smart vocabulary that the author has used throughout this book. This great writing style challenges young minds with intelligent vocabulary. No, "green eggs and ham" found here. With is great artwork, flawless editing, and excellent message this book will be on the must read list for all of my grandchildren. I only wish that Frankie B. Rabbit had written this book when I was facing my own terrifying first day of school. Everyone will agree as they age that being different is cool but when you are young, it's a lot harder to see that being "unique" is okay. The bright, crisp graphics and presentation demand the reader's attention and help convey the message that the author has helped many address.
Susan-Keefe More than 1 year ago
A wonderfully inspiring, confidence building book, for children of all ages who are facing new challenges for the first time. As soon as you open this wonderful children’s book you fall in love with Dynomike. He is young green dinosaur, and he’s scared, and afraid, because today, he must go to school for the first time… He doesn’t know what to wear, boots, slacks, cap, nothing feels right. His mom knows he is scared, but he must do this thing alone, and so she gives him the best advice she can “Be yourself and be kind,” she knows, if he does this, he will be fine. He wonders if there is a way out, something else he can do, but no, he must be brave. And so, even though he’s worried, and a little afraid he walks out to the bus, with his mom’s wise words playing in his head. Bravely he faces his fears, and discovers everything is okay, all the kids are different, unique in every way, and he learns they don’t judge, they just want to be his friend and play. What a super, confidence building book for children of all ages who are facing new challenges for the first time. After all, everyone can relate to this type of situation when things are scary, and new, and you don’t know what to do! This children’s book is beautifully illustrated, sensitively written, and its important message shines through.