For Peanut, growing up with an over-active mind is an adventure with lots of fallout. An accelerated learner, Peanut is driven to figure out life and beyond. With his creativity, he comes to brilliant deductions--and wrong conclusions. He lacks the experience to keep up with his soaring ideas, so he is always doomed to hilarious errors. Worse, he feels it's up to him to find the keys to the Ways of the World and unlock all doors to make things right. Fortunately, his quirky family members and loyal dog are always at hand to ease Peanut's passage through childhood.
"Peanut Makes It Real", Book Three of "Little Peanut's Wild Ride", shows Peanut twelve-years-old and in the ninth grade, Peanut faces events that cause real life to come crashing in on him in personal and embarrassing ways. He can't think his way out of acne, body odor, money problems, serious illness, or the eerie placement of a new hair. However, his creativity and imagination are always on site and take him on head-scratching turns. With puberty gnawing at him, his goofy mis-steps become costly as they endanger others as well as him personally, but when will he feel the hurt down deep and personal? Most of all, will Peanut be ready when he finds out girls are people too?
|Publisher:||I Heart Book Publishing, LLC|
|File size:||1 MB|
|Age Range:||5 - 11 Years|
About the Author
She married her high school sweetheart, who brought out her naughty side at last. The Kammeraads settled down in Michigan and raised two daughters as creative as their mom, encouraging them to embrace their inner quirkiness. Judith devoted herself to a teaching career and created her stories and poems on the side.
These days the Kammeraads and their talented sheltie live in Florida near their six grandchildren, who inspire stories about the psychology of children. Besides humor, she writes romance novels that break hearts and warm the spirit. And keep her laughing and crying all day.