The first book in a sweet and funny new Branches series about a pug and his human, told from the pug's POV!
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This series is part of Scholastic's early chapter book line, Branches, aimed at newly independent readers. With easy-to-read text, high-interest content, fast-paced plots, and illustrations on every page, these books will boost reading confidence and stamina. Branches books help readers grow!
Baron von Bubbles, a.k.a "Bub," is the self-proclaimed cutest pug on the planet! Things he loves: fashion, peanut butter, and his human, Bella. Things he does NOT love: Nutz the squirrel, baths, and the rain. When Bella enters the Inventor Challenge, Bub helps her craft the best project ever. But what happens when Nutz gets on Bub's nerves and makes him ruin Bella's project? If Bub wants to make it up to Bella, he'll have to stand up to Nutz -- and the rain -- once and for all.
With full-color artwork throughout, this funny and charming diary-format early chapter book is perfect for anyone who believes a furry pal is the best kind of friend.
About the Author
Kyla May is an Australian illustrator, writer, and designer. She is the creator and illustrator of Lotus Lane and Diary of a Pug, two early chapter book series. In addition to books, Kyla creates animation. She lives by the beach in Victoria, Australia, with her three daughters.
"May's cutesy, full-color cartoon art sets the tone for this pug-tastic romp for the new-to-chapter-books crowd. Bub's infectious first-person narration pushes the silly factor off the charts." -- Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Pug's Snow Day: A Branches Book (Diary of a Pug #2):
"The full-color cartoon illustrations, especially of Bub, are adorably expressive and certain to please the age group. A strong, accessible diary story for readers seeking an adorable animal tale." -- Kirkus Reviews
"May's next title in the "Diary of a Pug" series is a hilarious and heartwarming tale of a dog's first snow... Readers new to chapter books will love the unique diary format and vibrant illustrations." -- Elizabeth Pelayo, St. Charles East High School, IL