8 edition of Brave Ben found in the catalog.
March 31, 2006
Written in English
|Contributions||Mies van Hout (Illustrator), Miles Van Hout (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Ben Brave Ben book worried that the injection will hurt. He asks his mother lots of questions about it. When he is waiting to see the doctor, he reads a book to keep himself calm.
Think about how you keep calm when you have to do something that you are worried about. Write down the ways you keep calm. Brave Ben book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Ben is scared of everything: of the girl who cuts in front of him at the b /5(6).
Packed with black-and-white art and comic strips throughout, The Super Life of Ben Braver is the first book in a hilarious adventure series about the greatness that lies within any middle schooler who dreams big from Marcus Emerson, the author of the smash hit Diary of a 6th Grade Ninja series/5(31).
Packed with black-and-white art and comic strips throughout, The Super Life of Ben Braver is the first book in this hilarious adventure series about the greatness that lies within any middle schooler who dreams big from Marcus Emerson, the author of the smash hit Diary of a 6th Grade Ninja : Marcus Emerson.
I purchased this book because my son's name is Ben and I thought it would be neat to have some books with his name. We didn't like the story line for this book, Ben is basically a wimpy boy with no confidence. Definitely not brave and not motivational to youngsters/5(2). "Brave Ben " is her first children's book.
From School Library Journal: Kindergarten-Grade 3-Ben fears everything from speaking up to being laughed at to scary things under the bed. Finally, he decides he needs to get help.
Consulting the Yellow Pages under Help /5(44). Rot faces a scary, squirmy new challenge and finds what makes him feel brave in this sweet and slimy companion to Rot, the Cutest in the World. Rot is a mutant potato. Like most mutant potatoes, Rot loves mud. He plays games in it, he eats it, he even sleeps in it!Released on: J Get this from a library.
Brave with Ben. [Christobel Mattingley] -- Peter and his new friend Ben, an inquisitive dog, explore the overgrown and mysterious garden. Get this from a library. Brave Ben. [Mathilde Stein; Mies van Hout] -- Ben is fed up with being afraid of everything, but in order to get the help he thinks he needs, he must overcome several potentially scary situations involving dragons, spiders, and witches.
The text of this book is not particularly ground-breaking or clever. It does, however, tackle a common childhood experience (fear), communicating the message that this too shall pass. The creative cutouts and artwork go a long way towards redeeming the book's text, but it is still nothing to write home about/5.