Miles is a Mighty Brothersaurus by Samantha Kurtzman-Counter

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Six-year-old Miles is back and today is his big brother Scotty's championship baseball game. The whole family is excited - everyone except Miles, that is. As the middle child, Miles is tired of celebrating his siblings' achievements all the time and feels like no one seems to care much about what he likes to do. Opting to stay home with Grandpa instead of going to the big game, Miles comes up with a plan: he’ll find something he can do really well, so he can win a lot of trophies and show his family that he is special, too! Gramps and Miles set out to find his “thing,” but ultimately discover that the best trophy of all is the happiness that comes when you do what you love - and that it’s really super special to just be yourself.

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SAMANTHA KURTZMAN-COUNTER is a children's book author, children's show producer and director, and partner with Abbie in The Mother Company. Samantha adapts all the books from the shows to ensure they are exceptional books as stand-alone properties. She gets most of her notes from her son, Jack.ABBIE SCHILLER is a children's book author, children's show creator and producer, and founder of The Mother Company. She and Samantha collaborate with renowned parenting experts and educators to ensure all The Mother Company books and shows are age-appropriate and educational. Then she tests them at home with her two children and their friends.
Published April 1, 2016 by The Mother Company. 30 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Miles stays behind with Grandpa to clean up the mess and talks to Grandpa about how he doesn't have any medals and his feeling that no one cares what he does.

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K-Gr 3—A sweet book about the struggle of being a middle child. Miles realizes that he doesn't have any trophies on his mantle (his older and younger brothers each have a number of their own). Upset by this, Miles searches for something at which he excels. With his grandfather's help, he cycles t...

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