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The Terribly Terrific Tales of Terry Rogers: English Project by Arnie Lightning


Do you remember your first day of high school? Readers of all ages can relate to Terry Rogers..

This action-packed cartoon/comic book tackles several social issues of bullying, peer pressure, making friends, school life, and problems facing students. This book will make you laugh, cry, and everything in between! This is a beautifully illustrated cartoon book for kids of all ages with 20+ full color illustrations.

Terry Rogers finds himself in a new school year and he doesn’t know ANYONE, except for his best friend Fred.

When Mrs. Flow assigns the students an English project on the first day, Terry is paired up with Sara Smith. Terry would rather be partners with Fred, but Mrs. Flow chose the groups. Terry is terrified because Sara is the prettiest and most popular girl in school. Sara’s group of friends will definitely make fun of her if she’s seen with a nerd like Terry.

Will Terry play it cool or crash and burn in his attempts to climb the social ranks in high school?

What do you do when you only know one person in school?

What do I do to fit in? What do I say? How do I act? How do I make friends!?

There is a bit of Terry Rogers in all of us. We’ve all been in these social situations. He’s just an average kid that is facing the unknown experiences of high school! He’s nervous around girls. He’s awkward and timid. Nonetheless, Terry is a like-able character that you will fall in love with.

This is an excellent read for middle schoolers, high school students, and readers of all ages!

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What others are saying..

“My children and I enjoyed this read. Ready to see what’s next for Terry. We feel emotionally involved with this young man already.”

“This is a great comedic story for children of all ages, and even grown-ups who enjoy a good humorous underdog story.”

“Having been a very, very shy person, I can totally relate to this book… I look forward to the second story in this series!”