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The Bad Seed by Jory John
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The Bad Seed (edition 2018)

by Jory John (Author)

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A New York Times bestseller! An Amazon Best Children's Book of the Month from the New York Times bestselling author of the Goodnight Already! series This is a book about a bad seed. A baaaaaaaaaad seed. How bad? Do you really want to know? He has a bad temper, bad manners, and a bad attitude. He's been bad since he can remember! This seed cuts in line every time, stares at everybody and never listens. But what happens when one mischievous little seed changes his mind about himself, and decides that he wants to be--happy? With Jory John's charming and endearing text and bold expressive illustrations by Pete Oswald, here is The Bad Seed: a funny yet touching tale that reminds us of the remarkably transformative power of will, acceptance, and just being you. Perfect for readers young and old, The Bad Seed proves that positive change is possible for each and every one of us.… (more)
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A cute children's book with great illustrations. ( )
  Tosta | Nov 22, 2021 |
A seed who is not as bad as he seems.
  nicolecoronel | Nov 16, 2021 |
Cute, but like its sibling The Good Egg, not profound and a bit too long. The story of an antisocial troublemaker who finds acceptance and eventual joy in doing good. ( )
  KSchellVT | Sep 22, 2021 |
This book is good to read when you have some students who have behavior issues to bring up discussions on how to act in school. Students can relate to being bad, as well as changing to making good choices. The background story as to why the bad seed became bad, and how he became good is great.
  bauerlj73 | Jul 21, 2021 |
Grades k-12. This book is very silly. I love that it portrays a character that is no perfect; it shows kids that often people with bad manners or bad behavior in general deal with other things. I think this is perfect book for kids to discuss, analyze and ask questions about the text. ( )
  Adelmi | Apr 19, 2021 |
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A New York Times bestseller! An Amazon Best Children's Book of the Month from the New York Times bestselling author of the Goodnight Already! series This is a book about a bad seed. A baaaaaaaaaad seed. How bad? Do you really want to know? He has a bad temper, bad manners, and a bad attitude. He's been bad since he can remember! This seed cuts in line every time, stares at everybody and never listens. But what happens when one mischievous little seed changes his mind about himself, and decides that he wants to be--happy? With Jory John's charming and endearing text and bold expressive illustrations by Pete Oswald, here is The Bad Seed: a funny yet touching tale that reminds us of the remarkably transformative power of will, acceptance, and just being you. Perfect for readers young and old, The Bad Seed proves that positive change is possible for each and every one of us.

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