October 13, 2020

Knucklehead Fred & The Principal's Challenge

 

 


Knucklehead Fred and the Principal's Challenge
Knucklehead Fred Series Book 2
by Arias Williams
Genre: Children's Picture Book 

Knucklehead Fred is a whimsical, rhyming story about a fun-loving, energetic boy named Fred.

After struggling with behavior problems at school, Fred is presented with a challenge by his school principal, Mr. Boronstine. He promises Fred that if he can be a model student for one week, he will be presented with a special surprise.
Will Knucklehead Fred rise to the occasion and be the best he can be? Or will he fail to control himself and miss out on a special treat?
Find out in this second installment of this whimsical children’s book about a mischievous little boy who walks to the beat of his own drum.
The Principal’s Challenge is the second in the Knucklehead Fred series, a collection of stories about the troublemaker you can’t help but love.


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Knucklehead Fred
Knucklehead Fred Series Book 1


Knucklehead Fred is a whimsical, rhyming story about a fun-loving, energetic boy named Fred.
His parents just can’t figure out how to make him sit still and listen!
But when Fred finds himself in need of a favor, Mom and Dad use it as a perfect opportunity to teach him a thing or two about responsibility.


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Arias Williams is a creative based in Los Angeles, CA.
He is a father of two children, a husband, and currently teaches 7th Grade in South Los Angeles.
When he isn't working on Knucklehead Fred, Arias can be found in his home studio making beats, hanging with his family, or working to educate the future of Los Angeles. 


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3 comments:

  1. My grandson would enjoy this book.

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  2. These are wonderful books I sure wish they were in print as my grandson and all my others like print and he is a reader. He is 14 but he studders and has had a very tough going in life it is these kind of books that help him. He lives with my daughters ex love and was drug around all of SF until someone kicked in it was better for him to stay close to where his sibblings live and so she said she would love to keep him since she already had him there. A weekly call is what i get so i send him many things such as books and others. Keep writing as you have but i know it is not worth it is what authors say to put in print but kids like print. peggy clayton

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  3. Cute covers! Thanks for sharing.

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