A warm and funny follow-up to "Mostly Monty", continuing the adventures of a young boy with Asthma.
Montgomery Gerald Morris sounds like the name of a mighty and important person, but it’s actually the name of a quiet first grader known to his family and classmates as "Monty", Monty may be small and shy, but he’s also a mighty smart kid who, despite his asthma, always finds his own way of doing things.
Warmhearted humour and characters full of charm feature in this story which deals with asthma in a friendly, down-to-earth manner.
Ideal for building reading confidence, this is an engaging novel for the newly-independent reader.
About the author
Johanna Hurwitz is a former children’s librarian and the author of many popular books for young readers, including "Class Clown" and "Russell Sprouts". She divides the year between Long Island, New York and Wilmington, Vermont.
About the illustrator
Anik McGrory has illustrated several books for children including the first book about Monty, "Mostly Monty", as well as" You See a Circus", "I See . . ." by Michael C. Downs and "Kidogo", which she both wrote and illustrated. She lives in Tarrytown, New York.