Scots writer Thomas Clark has transformed Jeff Kinney's Wimpy Kid into a Wimpy Wean. In Thomas's translation, twelve year old hero Greg Heffley tells us all about his life in gallus modern easy to read Scots. A great book in any language, Diary o a Wimpy Wean is packed with plenty to keep young readers hooked until the very end.
In this #OwnVoices tale, a boy is reluctant to go to his family reunion. Vivid language and rich illustrations bring readers along for the boy's emotional journey, as he ultimately enjoys the large and joyous gathering. This kid's-eye view depiction of a Black American extended family celebrates the importance of kinship and intergenerational ties.
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Richly illustrated throughout, with bold, bright vignettes and full-page plates, this collection of tales from the "Arabian Nights" is retold for younger readers. It includes "Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves", "Aladdin and the Magic Lamp", and the "Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor", as well as a short history about the origins of the "Arabian Nights".
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