Paulie Pastrami Achieves World Peace by James Proimos

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Paulie Pastrami can't whistle, he has trouble matching his socks, and he is usually picked last in sports. But he plans to achieve world peace before he turns eight.

Through simple acts of kindness--from reading to the trees and being nice to his little sister to cheering up the school principal and sharing cupcakes with strangers--Paulie learns that spreading peace isn't that hard after all.
 

About James Proimos

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James Proimos has written and illustrated many books for children, including Patricia Von Pleasantsquirrel and the Johnny Mutton series. He has also created TV shows and written scripts for major animation studios.
 
Published December 1, 2009 by Little, Brown Books for Young Readers. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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(One grateful recipient kindly reminds readers, “I hear it is as much about the simple act of giving as it is about the cupcakes.”) Paulie Pastrami is a plucky seven-year-old kid armed with a boatload of determination and a whole lot of heart.

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when the narrator says that Paulie “was even kissed by a girl,” Paulie adds, “by my Aunt Margie.” Proimos's artwork is full of droll details that adults will chuckle about (Paulie mimics Nixon's famous peace pose and thinks he'll achieve world peace by passing out cupcakes).

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