Stuff Happens: Lennie

Author: James Roy

$9.99
SKU: 9780143308188
Stuff Happens is an important new series for boys about everyday challenges. Created by Susannah McFarlane, the series editor, the series is written by established authors Tony Wilson, Andrew Daddo, Philip Gwynne, Will Kostakis, Oliver Phommavanh, Scot Gardner, Justin D'Ath, James Roy, Pat Flynn and Alex McDiarmid. Each book features a different character and follows them as they overcome a particular everyday challenge. It explores those everyday struggles in life that boys can sometimes be reluctant to express: quarrels with mates, a bad day at school, fear of disappointing mum and dad, rejection and not fitting in.

Stuff Happens. Real-life stories for boys. Suitable for beginner and newly confident readers.

Stuff happens sometimes. Everyday stuff.

At school, at home, with sport, with mates.

For Lennie it happened when he argued with a teacher.

Lennie loves facts, and he loves nothing more than letting everyone know about it. But when a relief teacher questions one of his facts about the moon landing, he is not happy. Lennie realises that no one can be right all of the time, and that's okay - no one is perfect.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CMHA_hUJXy4

http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/special-features/books-for-boys-series-stuff-happens-helps-show-boys-how-to-deal-with-their-emotions/story-fni3wj64-1227246165147

http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/booksandartsdaily/stuff-happens3a-books-for-boys/5649918

Praise for Stuff Happens

'Stories about boys, aimed at boys and containing real-life stories of their school and home life are rare. Even rarer are those that have readily identifiable characters and situations, and engage, amuse and inform. But here they are.'

'An exciting new series written specifically for boys aged from seven to eleven . . . great additions for school libraries and for engaging reluctant boy readers. Outstanding!' Read Plus

'The fantastic Stuff Happens series.' reviewZOO

'I love a book that talks in a kid's voice. It makes us feel important and special. The thing I like the most about these books are that they tell different perspectives of everyday things in life.' Mr 10 – Readingtree.com.au

'The awareness of the emotional life of boys is slowly being recognised as a critical factor into the development of boys to be strong and courageous sensitive men. Stuff Happens explores feelings and emotions in an entertaining and humorous way, allowing boys to understand that it is OK to express emotion. This can only be positive! I highly recommend and love the books!' Deborah Jepsen, Educational and Developmental Psychologist – Melbourne Child Psychology / School Psychology Services

'As a mum to two boys aged 8 and 10, I was thrilled to find a book series that provided very real 'boy dilemmas' and connected feelings and behaviours, which can be really confusing for boys. What was even more exciting was how much the boys ate it up. My eldest read the first book in one sitting and I was back at the bookshop the next day to buy the entire series! My youngest loved being read to and was so engaged and interested in all the characters and their issues. Can't wait for the next instalment.' Marita Evans – Mum to Rupert, 10, and Henry, 8

Price: $9.99
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Book Cover:  Stuff Happens: Lennie
Lennie loves facts, and he loves nothing more than letting everyone know about it. But when a relief teacher questions one of his facts about the moon landing, he is not happy. Lennie realises that no one can be right all of the time, and that's okay - no one is perfect.
Lennie loves facts, and he loves nothing more than letting everyone know about it. But when a relief teacher questions one of his facts about the moon landing, he is not happy. Lennie realises that no one can be right all of the time, and that's okay - no one is perfect.
Published: 22/04/2015
Format: eBook
ISBN: 9781743483923
Price: $9.99

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