A brick wall runs down the middle of this hilarious book. The wall protects the left page from all the dangers on the right page. At least that’s what the small knight on the left side thinks. But we can see both sides, and we know where the real dangers lie.
The kids in room 207 are the worst-behaved kids in the whole school. When their beloved teacher is replaced by the worst substitute teacher ever, they begin to rethink their behavior, and wish for Miss Nelson’s return.
When Duncan gets to school one day, he finds notes from his crayons, who all have serious complaints. Red feels overworked, White feels empty, especially on white paper, and Peach wants her wrapping back. Join the fun as the crayons threaten to go on strike!
Hueys are little blob-like creatures who all look and act exactly the same. When Rupert, a free-thinking Huey, decides to change his sweater, the Hueys do not know what to do. How could Rupert dare to be different? And what should they do about it?
Frogs hibernate all winter long—but not Froggy. He is determined to get up and play in the snow. But each time he goes outside, he has to return home because he’s forgotten a major item of clothing. Join Froggy on the silliest outing ever!
Chicken returns from school excited to read with her father. Why? Because her teacher, Mrs. Gizzard, has told her that every good story has an "elephant of surprise." Her father thinks that perhaps Chicken means “element” of surprise. But does she?
A bus driver is going on a break and asks readers to not let the pigeon drive his bus. As soon as he leaves, we meet that pesky pigeon, who will do anything to convince us it’s okay. Will he drive the bus? It’s up to us.
A hungry fox invites a sweet duck to go on a walk. When she accepts, we all know that she is making a terrible mistake. But the duck keeps agreeing to the fox’s increasingly dangerous invitations, despite warnings from six little chicks—and us.
There are so many good reasons to not bring your dragon to the library—which makes for a very funny story and illustrations. There are many other places you shouldn't bring your dragon, so if you like this book, you'll love the others in this series.