Mallory's Guide To Boys, Brothers, Dads, And Dogs by Laurie FriedmanMallory's Guide To Boys, Brothers, Dads, And Dogs by Laurie Friedman

Mallory's Guide To Boys, Brothers, Dads, And Dogs

byLaurie Friedman

Hardcover | January 1, 2011

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Mallory McDonald has four big problems.

Problem #1: The boy she likes doesn't like her back.
Problem #2: Her brother is mad at her.
Problem #3: Her dad is upset about her math grade.
Problem #4: Her brother's dog won't leave her alone, and he smells terrible!

When it comes to boys, brothers, dads, and dogs, only one thing is certain: Mallory is about to become an expert!


Welcome to my official guide to boys, brothers, dads, and dogs. Hopefully, it is not the only guide available because THESE ARE FOUR VERY COMPLICATED TOPICS! But lately, I have learned a lot about all of them. So if you want to know what I know, just open up this book and start reading.

Laurie Friedman is the author of the popular Mallory series, The Mostly Miserable Life of April Sinclair series, and many award-winning picture books. She lives in Florida.Jennifer Kalis is the illustrator of several Mallory books including Mallory's Super Sleepover, Mallory in the Spotlight, and Mallory Goes Green! She lives in Ohio.
Title:Mallory's Guide To Boys, Brothers, Dads, And DogsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:160 pages, 7.31 × 5.5 × 0.98 inPublished:January 1, 2011Publisher:Lerner Publishing GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0822588862

ISBN - 13:9780822588863


Editorial Reviews

"In her fifteenth adventure, Mallory is determined to get her crush (her brother's friend JT) to notice her. She's so obsessed with drawing attention to herself that she fails to pay attention to things that matter-like math. As usual, the book's dynamic design, including numerous line drawings, emails, and journal entry-style pages, help enliven the story." --The Horn Book Guide