Synopses & Reviews
A little boy must come to terms with being teased and ostracized because heand#8217;d rather read books, paint pictures, and tap-dance than participate in sports. and#8220;There is a good balance between the simple text . . . and the expressive pictures . . . an attractive little book.and#8221;--School Library Journal
Oliver Button would rather read, dance, and draw pictures than play football like the other boys. His classmates' taunts don't stop him from doing what he likes best, and his practice and persistence pay off in the end--when Oliver Button is a star. Illustrated.