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Featuring "Three Strikes for Rotten Ralph"


"Three Strikes for Rotten Ralph" by Jack GantosCalling all readers!

Please join us in the children's room on Monday, July 28 at 4 p.m. for Reader's Theatre.

Three Strikes for Rotten Ralph by Jack Gantos is the featured piece.

When Rotten Ralph, the cat, fails to win a spot on a baseball team with his friend Sarah, he becomes the "cat boy" instead, still dreaming of proving himself the superstar he imagines himself to be.
 
Rotten Ralph stories provide fun reading experiences in manageable texts.
 
Here are five more Rotten Ralph early readers to enjoy.  

Curl up, get cozy, and read!

Rotten Ralph Helps Out
By Jack Gantos
JUV E GANTOS (EASY READER)
 
When Sarah's cat Rotten Ralph tries to help her create a school project based on ancient Egypt, he is more of a hindrance than a help.
 
Rotten Ralph Helps Out available in CD Kit
 
"Rotten Ralph Helps Out" by Jack Gantos
Rotten Ralph's Rotten Family
By Jack Gantos
JUV E GANTOS (EASY READER)
 
Ralph takes a swing through his family tree to find out why he's so rotten.
 
"Rotten Ralph's Rotten Family" by Jack Gantos
Best in Show for Rotten Ralph
By Jack Gantos
JUV E GANTOS (EASY READER)
 
Hoping to beat his cousin Percy in the cat show, Ralph allows Sarah to help him spruce up his image and get in shape.
 
"Best in Show for Rotten Ralph" by Jack Gantos
Rotten Ralph Feels Rotten
By Jack Gantos
JUV E GANTOS (EASY READER)
 
Rotten Ralph comes to appreciate Sarah's healthy cat food after he gets sick from eating out of trash cans.
 
Rotten Ralph Feels Rotten available in CD Kit
 
"Rotten Ralph Feels Rotten" by Jack Gantos
Practice Makes Perfect for Rotten Ralph
By Jack Gantos
JUV E GANTOS (EASY READER)
 
When he goes to a carnival with Sarah and his cousin Percy, Rotten Ralph learns that winning is not everything.
 
"Practice Makes Perfect for Rotten Ralph" by Jack Gantos