What Kinda Name is Blart?
by Dominic Cosme
Narrated by Blart's new neighbor/best buddy, Teddy, the series is written in a classical style that is appealing to readers of all ages. Each of the 22 chapters are illustrated in a way that is both funny, and meaningful. This series offers both an excellent reading experience, and compelling illustrations. At the same time, sending a message of acceptance, love, and compassion to kids far and wide. Illustrations by: Stephanie Will
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7-12 Age Range
3-4 Chapter Length (pages)
740-940 Lexile Number
3.5 hour read
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“Well, I guess I didn’t stop to think about you knowing I was from next door because I jumped the fence. Anyway, you must be smart to know that. What’s your name?”
Teddy couldn’t quite make it out, but didn’t want to be rude and ask again. “That sounds a little hard to pronounce, and I don’t want to get it wrong. How about I just shorten it to Blart?”
Blart gave Teddy a strange look, he could only assume what Teddy referred to as an accent interfered with his hearing. Blart was about to inform him, that was what he said, but figured it might come across as insulting. Besides, Teddy got it right anyway. Deciding not to point it out Blart shrugged instead. He put the bone back in his mouth, and stood up clumsily, almost falling over in the process.
Teddy looked at the discipline suggestions, but didn’t think a rolled up news paper was the best thing to try in this circumstance. In fact, they were mostly designed to stop biting as an attack. Hitting a nose was supposed to work for both dogs and sharks which surprised Teddy as he read it, but the suggestion for things like whips and chairs used to train tigers, really threw him for a loop. Thinking about someone in a tank trying to swat a shark nose was bad enough. Thinking about someone with a whip and chair surrounded by lions just seemed crazy. Teddy could understand how the whip could help, but what was the chair for? It made no sense. Teddy was pretty sure a biting tiger wasn’t in the mood to sit down.
Sarah gave him a scowl as she made another wide and obvious arc with her cookie toward the glass of milk. Dunking it extra, extra slow, she took a long bite, staring Teddy down as she slowly finished it. When she was done, she jumped up from the table and looked back at Teddy with a big smile. Sarah silently mouthed the words ‘overgrown toddler’ then stuck out her tongue before she ran out of the dining room.
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