The Cool Crazy Crickets Club

The Cool Crazy Crickets Club

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Overview

A first chapter book for any kid who's ever started a club, joined a club, or wished he were in a club.

What do you do on a wide-open summer day, sitting on a porch swing with your best friend? Leo and Marcus decide, on this particular sunny morning, that they're going to start a club. But you can't have a two-person club. Luckily, along come Miranda and Phoebe, who make it four. And soon, everyone is very busy with important club business. What will the club's name be? Where will their clubhouse be? Who will be the club's mascot? And most important, what kind of club is it? Meet the Cool Crazy Crickets, a friendly bunch of neighborhood kids. With loads of colorful pictures by Paul Meisel, here's a perfect first chapter book for every kid who loves nothing better than hanging out with friends on a summer day.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780763646592
Publisher: Candlewick Press
Publication date: 04/13/2010
Pages: 48
Product dimensions: 4.90(w) x 7.50(h) x 0.20(d)
Age Range: 6 - 9 Years

About the Author

David Elliott says, "Before I began writing The Cool Crazy Crickets, I spent a lot of time eavesdropping on my son and his friends."He advises readers who want to writers to "develop the fine art of eavesdropping. Stare into space like you are thinking about something really important. Then, slowly lean in the direction of the people you are spying on. Try not to get caught. Some people don't like it." He lives in Warner, NH.

Paul Meisel spends his days drawing in his "clubhouse" in Newtown, Connecticut, where he lives with his wife, three sons, and the "mascot," Rusty, a Brittany spaniel.

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The Cool Crazy Crickets Club 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Sweetonbooks More than 1 year ago
For boys and girls ready for their first chapter book, The Cool Crazy Crickets Club is a good place to start. The plot is very basic - start a club, build a clubhouse, get a mascot and choose a theme. There is very little character development other than that they are considerate of each other and listen to one another's ideas. These kids are cheerful and excited about what they're doing and they may motivate readers to feel the same about their own projects. The sentence structure and vocabulary are simple. The white space is generous and there are illustrations on every page. These delightful drawings, done in watercolor and ink, will keep readers engaged and help them to follow along with the story.