Synopses & Reviews
Huey is good at solving problems. Sometimes his older brother Julian tries to push him around, but Huey knows how to handle him. When Huey gets scared about their father's smoking, the boys work together to help him quit. But some problems are bigger than Huey or Julian. After a hunt for gold leaves Huey trapped at the bottom of a crumbling mine, he'll need more than cleverness and bravery—and more than Julian—to save him.
Julian's little brother, the spirited star of The Stories Huey Tells, is back with five new adventures in this beginning chapter book.
Huey won't get pushed around by his big brother, Julian, anymore. Not if he can help it, anyway. He's got sunflowers to save, basketball shots to make, and fifteen billion stars to count -- with or without his brother by his side.
But some problems can't be solved alone, no matter how brave you are. And when a treasure hunt leaves Huey trapped at the bottom of a crumbling mine, it'll take more than Julian to help him escape. . . .
About the Author
Ann Cameron lives in Panajachel, Guatemala.
Lis Toft lives in Isle of Wight, England.