The Life of Ty by Lauren Myracle
Penguin Problems

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...it’s hard to imagine that most children capable of reading a book like this on their own wouldn’t seek out a more mature protagonist.
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A brand-new illustrated chapter book series by New York Times bestselling author Lauren Myracle!
 
Winnie Perry’s sweet baby brother, Ty, is the quintessential dreamer, full of big ideas and wacky plans that only a seven-year-old boy could hatch. Whether it’s battling the family cat with a Dustbuster or smuggling a baby penguin out of the aquarium, Ty is always in the middle of a well-intended, big-hearted scheme.
 
In the spirit of the Judy Moody spinoff Stink series, Ty will work his way into the hearts and funny bones of a whole new generation of Myracle fans.
 

About Lauren Myracle

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Lauren Myracle (www.laurenmyracle.com) is the bestselling and award-winning author of many novels for teens and tweens, including The Winnie Years series. Lauren received a master of fine arts in Writing for Children and Young Adults from Vermont College. She lives with her kiddos in Colorado. It was a fortunate mix of ingredients that formed illustrator Jed Henry (jedhenry.tumblr.com). Barefoot summers on the Ohio River. Painting trips in the country with his mom. A few years spent roaming the streets of Tokyo. Jed thanks his lucky stars for all these experiences, and draws on them daily to flavor his books. When Jed illustrates, he's always surprised by what happens on the next page, and he hopes his readers are having just as much fun. Jed currently lives in the Rocky Mountains of Utah with his brilliant wife and two beautiful daughters.
 
Published May 2, 2013 by Puffin Books. 124 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Mar 27 2013

...it’s hard to imagine that most children capable of reading a book like this on their own wouldn’t seek out a more mature protagonist.

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