Channing O'banning and the Turquoise Trail
: A dinosaur dig and a search for a lost ring will take readers ages 6?10 on a hilarious adventure with spunky 4th grade artist Channing O?Banning! Fourth-grader Channing O?Banning always has a colored pencil stuck in her hair....
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A dinosaur dig and a search for a lost ring will take readers ages 6?10 on a hilarious adventure with spunky 4th grade artist Channing O?Banning!
Fourth-grader Channing O?Banning always has a colored pencil stuck in her hair. A girl who prefers her sketch book to her math book?or any book, for that matter?budding artist Channing is the star of this new chapter book series. With parents who think she's from Mars, an annoying older sister who acts like Queen of the World, and a surprisingly cool Nana, Channing navigates the fourth grade in hilarious stories every kid can relate to. For fans of Judy Moody or Junie B. Jones, Channing O?Banning's antics will be familiar and welcome?and parents will love that Channing always learns a biblically based lesson.
Channing O?Banning has had enough of school. Best friends (and super nerds) Cooper and Maddy are really into their studies on the American Southwest, but Chan can?t see what a bunch of boring rocks and dusty deserts have to do withher. When Nana lets Channing borrow her super-cool Navajo turquoise ring, Channing is over the moon?until she loses the ring. As Chan searches for Nana's ring, hilarious antics ensue, but in the midst of the craziness, Channing learns a new perspective on history, friendship, and, especially, the importance of responsibility.
Trim Size: 5.25 x 8
Authornbsp;Angela Spadynbsp;is an award-winning educator, curriculum author, and mother to two daughters. Her innovative teaching techniques have been featured on PBS, KY Teacher Magazine, and in various print media around the country. She is a noted advocate for encouraging art and self-expression among elementary school childrennbsp;and is often sought out by both parents and teachers on this critical topic.nbsp;She and her family live in Kentucky.