In Book 3 of the popular My Life series, Derek Fallon's plan to help out a new classmate backfires miserably.
Janet Tashjian is the author of the popular My Life series including My Life as a Book, My Life as a Stuntboy, My Life as a Cartoonist, My Life as a Joke, and My Life as a Gamer, as well as the Einstein the Class Hamster series, both illustrated by her son, Jake Tashjian. Jake and Janet live in Studio City, California. janettashjian.com
"Cartoonist Derek grapples with a perplexing association between disability and bullying in this stand-alone sequel to My Life as a Book (2010) and My Life as a Stuntboy (2011)." --Kirkus Reviews"Give this to kids who think they don't like reading. It might change their minds." --Booklist, starred review on My Life as a Book"A kinder, gentler Wimpy Kid with all the fun and more plot." --Kirkus Reviews, starred review on My Life as a Book"Sure to engage fans of Jeff Kinney's 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid' books as well as those looking for a spunky, contemporary boy with a mystery to solve." --School Library Journal on My Life as a Book"Another fun, emotionally resonant read for the Wimpy Kid set and beyond." --Kirkus Reviews on My Life as a Stuntboy"A fast-moving plot and relatable protagonist make this stand-alone sequel a good choice for boys who, like Derek, would rather reach for a TV remote or game controller than a book." --School Library Journal on My Life as a Stuntboy"Fans of the first will be utterly delighted by this sequel and anxious to see what [Derek] will turn up as next." --BCCB on My Life as a Stuntboy"This is a great package for kids, especially those like Derek who don't think they like to read." --Booklist on My Life as a Stuntboy