David Shannon Packby David Shannon
- Item #16J1 in
- Grades: PreK - 1
- Ages: 3 - 6
- In this Pack: 3 Items
- Series: No, David!
- Format: Paperback Book Pack
Energetic, witty, and wonderfully illustrated, these picture books capture the ongoing struggle of doing what's right—when everything else is so much more fun!
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David Goes to SchoolAvailable FormatsPaperback Book
No, David!Available FormatsPaperback Book
David Gets in TroubleAvailable FormatsPaperback Book
Like lots of little kids, David sometimes has difficulty doing the right thing. In fact, his mom is always saying no. No reaching for the cookie jar. No tracking mud on the rug. And definitely no playing baseball in the house. Sometimes David gets a little carried away, and his mom sends him to the time-out chair or to his room. But despite all his mistakes, there's one thing David can be sure of: that his mother loves him more than anything in the world.
David Goes to School
David is always getting in trouble at school. He talks out of turn, he draws all over his desk, and sometimes he just can't pay attention. Some days, David feels like the only word he hears is "no!" But no matter what happens, David's teacher lets him know that his spunk and spirit make the classroom a more joyful place.
David Gets in Trouble
David gets in trouble a lot, but he's always ready with an excuse. Most of the time, it's just an accident. Or maybe he forgot something. Or some furniture got in his way. Whatever the situation, David has a really good explanation. But sometimes making excuses doesn't feel so good, especially when he knows he's to blame. As David learns at the end of the book, saying "I'm sorry" and "I love you" can feel far better than any excuse.