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About Stacy Curtis
Stacy Curtis is an award-winning illustrator who has illustrated more than 30 books for children including the Raymond and Graham chapter book series by Mike Knudson; the Meghan Rose book series by Lori Z. Scott and "The 7 Habits of Happy Kids" by Sean Covey, which was on The New York Times and Publishers Weekly bestsellers lists.
When Stacy can find time away from his drawing board, he likes to ride his bike, play his harmonica, eat macaroni & cheese and keep up with his duties of being a twin brother.
Stacy lives in the Chicago area with his wife, Jann, daughter and their pooch Inky.
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From learning how to take charge of their own lives to discovering how balance is best, the Seven Oaks friends have tons of adventures and find out how each and every kid can be a happy kid!
Cats have it made. They laze in sun patches, are showered with affection by loving humans, can cough up hairballs wherever they want, and never have to wonder why their dad disappeared one day and never came back. It’s clearly much easier to be a cat than to be a middle school boy.
So when Barney Willow wishes he could be a cat, and gets his wish, he should be thrilled. Except he’s not. He discovers that not all cats are cute and cuddly, and some of them are downright evil. He discovers that his own mother can’t see past the whiskers to recognize her darling son. Worst of all, he discovers that his life is in grave danger…and he doesn’t have eight lives to spare.
Biff the beaver is always making fun of Pokey’s quills. Every day at school he makes jokes about them in front of everyone and no matter how much his friends try to help, Pokey just can’t help but feel bad when Biff says mean things. It isn’t until he learns to ignore Biff that he can stop being so bothered by his comments.
With short lyrical text, each of the Level 2 Ready-to-Reads in this winning series focuses on one habit.
In this fourth book in the hilarious series, Raymond and Graham learn about stealing underwear, eating worms, and the importance of friendship.
Jumper loves playing basketball, but he wore the wrong shoes! When he goes home to change, he can’t find anything in his messy room and misses the game. Can he clean up his act so this doesn’t happen again?
Featuring the lovable characters of 7 Oaks, this ebook with audio addresses the third habit of happy kids: “Put First Things First.” This story tells kids how important it is to keep things organized so they can enjoy all the fun they want to have.
Tagalong Allie has many dreams for her life. She wants to wear makeup and write a book and go to the moon! But first she has to grow up!
Featuring the lovable characters of 7 Oaks, this ebook with audio addresses the second habit of happy kids: “Begin with the End in Mind.” This story teaches that it is important to have goals and know what you want, but you have to take it one step at a time.
After the death of his grandfather, Goob has a hard time getting back into his normal routine. But when all of his friends spend time with him doing the things he loves to do, he discovers ways to stop feeling so sad.
Each of the Level 2 Ready-to-Reads in this winning series focuses on one habit.
Ricky Vargas is so funny he can make people snort milk out of their noses... even if they're not drinking anything!
But it's not always easy to be so funny. And when the funniest kid in the world has his first un-funny day, Ricky has to figure out how to get back his amazing, world-famous sense of humor.
Contains three hilarious Ricky Vargas stories in one book!
Ricky Vargas is funny. He is so funny he can make you snort milk out of your nose...even if you're not drinking any!
In three stories, Ricky manages to get carried away at the school spelling bee, ruin the class picture, and speak his own language. But don't worry, no matter what trouble Ricky finds himself in, he always knows just how to make it better--after all, who could be upset with the funniest kid in the world for long?
With his characteristic wit, Alan Katz brings second-grader Ricky Vargas's antics to life. Hilarious art supports the leveled text, making for an uproarious read