Sam is a good boy, but he always seems to be getting into trouble! His grandma thinks he is being careless, running through her garden, but he is just saving his best friend’s hat from the wind. He helps his grandpa make honey toast, but then takes the rap when his mother arrives to survey the mess. His parents think Sam has disobeyed them by going out into a storm, when in fact he is saving a little hatchling that had fallen from its nest.
Part picture book and part graphic panels, older children will love this fun story and will identify with misunderstood Sam as he struggles between what is right and wrong, what is good and bad.
Praise for Bad Boy, Good Boy
"In four brief chapters, young readers meet Sam, an exuberant, somewhat impulsive pup whose heart is in the right place."
"Chorao’s visual storytelling is strongher watercolor, gouache, and black pen panel illustrations are suggestive of a graphic novel for youngest readers."
About Kay Chorao
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Published May 7, 2013
by Abrams Books for Young Readers.
Comics & Graphic Novels, Nature & Wildlife, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction.