Little Shaq (Paperback)

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Little Shaq (Paperback)

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The start of a brand new series by Shaquille O'Neal and illustrated by 2014 Coretta Scott King/John Steptoe New Talent award winner Theodore Taylor III, Little Shaq is sure to be a hit with young readers.

When Little Shaq and his cousin Barry accidentally break their favorite video game, they need to find a way to replace it. That's when Little Shaq's science project inspires a solution: a gardening business. They can water their neighbors' gardens to raise money for a new game! Little Shaq and Barry make a great team both on and off the basketball court, but will their business be as successful as they hoped?

Showing kids that anything is possible with the support of friends and family, Little Shaq will inspire them to love reading, play fair, and have fun!

Read all the books in the Little Shaq series!
Little Shaq
Little Shaq Takes a Chance
Little Shaq: Star of the Week

Theodore Taylor III is a children's book author and illustrator living in Richmond, Virginia with his wife Sarah and son Theo. He is the illustrator of Woke, Woke Baby, and the New York Times bestselling C is for Country by Lil Was X. He also received the Coretta Scott King John Steptoe New Talent Award for his work on When The Beat Was Born: DJ Kool Herc and the Creation of Hip Hop. He is also the illustrator behind Shaquille O'Neal's Little Shaq Series. During the day he also works as a front-end web developer. His work is inspired by his love of music, comics, animation, video games, street art, and more. He is also a self-proclaimed pizza connoisseur. Theodore3.com
Product Details ISBN: 9781619637221
ISBN-10: 1619637227
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Childrens
Publication Date: October 18th, 2016
Pages: 80
Language: English

"The straightforward language is well-tailored to the target audience, and there’s no missing the earnest, obvious messages about compromise, teamwork, and community involvement." —Publishers Weekly

"A conflict-resolution story that may well inspire young sports lovers to garden--or young gardeners to pick up a basketball." —Kirkus Reviews

"The language is simple and the story filled with a sense of community and friendship. . . A sweet addition to chapter book collections." —School Library Journal