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Malcolm Mitchell - My Very Favorite Book in the Whole Wide World

My Very Favorite Book in the Whole Wide World

Author: Malcolm Mitchell; Illustrator: Michael Robertson

  • AGES 4 - 8 
  • Genre Fiction
Henley hates to read.
When Henley is supposed to be reading before bed, he builds a castle with his sheets.
Henley hates reading so much, he took a wagon full of books to the town swimming pool to find out how well they could swim.

When the daunting task of finding his favorite book is assigned at school, Henley is at a loss. He goes to the library and the bookstore. He looks at so many books of all shapes and sizes, but none of them have made Henley excited enough to read more.

After a fruitless search, Henley returns home, but defeat quickly turns to triumph with one exciting discovery: his mother kept all the books that he wrote when he was younger. That is when Henley gets an idea.

At school the next day, Henley is just as excited as his classmates. And he shares the new book he wrote, The Book Boy. Because there is a book for everyone, even if you have to write it.