Other books byBetsy Franco
Metamorphosis: Junior Year
Ovid's got a lot on his mind, and he pours it all into the pages of a notebook. Inspired by his namesake, he wryly records his classmates' dramas as modern-day Roman mythology. There's Sophie and Caleb, the Psyche and Cupid of cyber-couples; poetic Paula, who pursues filmmaker Franny like Apollo chasing Daphne; and graphic-novelist Duwayne, a Proserpina shuttling between divorced parents. Meanwhile, Ovid hides his own Olympian struggles and a disturbing secret.
Why the Frog Has Big Eyes
Once upon a time all frogs had beady little eyes . . . until one frog boasted that he could stare longer than anyone. Joung Un Kim's bold colors and stylized artwork are as spirited and amusing as the hilarious competition between Frog and his friends.
A Dazzling Display of Dogs
From the award-winning team behind A Curious Collection of Cats comes a new collection of visual poems celebrating all things canine—from obedience school, to backyard break outs, to flatulent Fidos. Whether your best friend is a plucky Jack Russell, an indecisive basset hound, or a poodle with an indiscriminate appetite, you're sure to find this dazzling display doggone delightful.
Follow a girl and her cat as they walk through the seasons, and note the mathematical concepts illustrated around them. This unique collection of math-poems addresses the principles of addition, subtraction, division, simple graphs, and more! Look around and jump into the world of Mathematickles!