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Cookie & Broccoli: Book of Secrets!

Cookie & Broccoli: Book of Secrets!

Illustrated by Bob McMahon

Hardcover

$12.99
Cookie & Broccoli: Book of Secrets!

About the Book

Best buddies Cookie and Broccoli discover the joy of sharing secrets with friends in this sweet and funny early graphic novel.

Shh . . . Cookie and Broccoli's lips are sealed! Broccoli reveals the embarrassing nickname his grandma gave him as a baby, and Cookie laments that he’s never had a nickname . . . or has he? Then the adorable duo set out to cure Broccoli’s boredom, for which Talking Rock gives them a cryptic clue: the solution is the opposite of boredom. What could that be? And finally, Cookie confesses his fear of The Scary Forest near their school and Broccoli shares a surprising secret of his own. But the fun doesn’t stop there: Readers will love solving a secret message at the end of the book with a special decoder!
 

Product Details

On sale: November 15, 2022
Age: 5-8 years
Grade: Grades K-3
Page count: 96 Pages
ISBN: 9780593529973
Reading level: Lexile: GN530L | Fountas/Pinnell: P

Author Bio

Bob McMahon is an illustrator and creator of the award-winning Cookie & Broccoli series. Bob lives in Thousand Oaks, California, with his wife and daughter and a dog named Sam.
 

Praise

Praise for Cookie & Broccoli: Ready for School!

*Florida's Sunshine State Young Reader Award nominee* 
*Texas' Little Maverick Graphic Novel Reading List selection*

“Delightful, owing in no small part to Cookie and Broccoli’s odd-couple chemistry. . . . A great start to a conversation between early elementary students and their grown-ups about kind, confident social interaction.”—School Library Journal


Praise for Cookie & Broccoli: Play It Cool

*Texas' Little Maverick Graphic Novel Reading List selection*
 
“With nonstop silliness from start to finish, McMahon’s second series entry offers yet another affirming lesson for school-age readers. . . . ‘Fantabulously’ cool.”—Kirkus Reviews

*“This morality tale about popularity and influence takes a refreshing turn as Cucumber revels in his newfound freedom and Broccoli stresses out as the new leader of coolness. . . . Readers get a powerful, relatable lesson in the kind of coolness that matters: dismantling unfair systems for everyone’s benefit.”—School Library Journal, starred review