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Featured books by Matthew Holm

Babymouse Bad Babysitter

By: Jennifer Holm, Matthew Holm
Age Level: 6-9
Reading Level: Independent Reader
Genre: Fiction

Babymouse wants to earn money and she knows she can do it because she'll he best babysitter ever. But things never go quite as planned for Babymouse with results that are sure to make young readers laugh — and maybe even recognize some familiar goings-on. Signature comic book illustrations are used in this installment of the series.

Babymouse Burns Rubber

By: Jennifer Holm, Matthew Holm
Age Level: 6-9
Reading Level: Independent Reader
Genre: Fiction

In this latest installment of the ever-pink and imaginative rodent, Babymouse, she discovers she needs help from a pal to make her soap box car. However, at the derby, it is Wilson who needs help. It's Babymouse to the rescue! Pink is used successfully to define the fantasy in the otherwise black and white cartoons in this ever-fresh graphic novel series.

Babymouse: Beach Babe

By: Jennifer Holm, Matthew Holm
Age Level: 6-9
Reading Level: Independent Reader
Genre: Fiction

School is out and Babymouse heads to the beach with her surfboard — and brother — in tow. The energetic mouse is awash in nonstop beach adventures, depicted in bold line and pink wash.

Babymouse: Cupcake Tycoon

By: Jennifer Holm, Matthew Holm
Age Level: 6-9
Reading Level: Independent Reader
Genre: Fiction

Babymouse is back, this time to win the contest for selling the most cupcakes in support of a new school library. As in others of the satisfying, humorous series, Babymouse's imagined scenarios are shown in pink.

Babymouse: Puppy Love

By: Jennifer Holm, Matthew Holm
Age Level: 6-9
Reading Level: Independent Reader
Genre: Fiction

The irrepressible Babymouse is eager to get a puppy even though her track record with pets isn't encouraging. Could Babymouse's dreams be better than reality? Fast and funny, many readers will see themselves in the very pink dreams of Babymouse.

Babymouse: Queen of the World

By: Jennifer Holm, Matthew Holm
Age Level: 6-9
Reading Level: Independent Reader
Genre: Fiction

Babymouse may be a cartoon mouse, but she has experiences that will resonate with her tween audience: like friend drama, boring old school, and the social strata of those same friends and school.

Babymouse: Skater Girl

By: Jennifer Holm, Matthew Holm
Age Level: 6-9
Reading Level: Independent Reader
Genre: Fiction

Babymouse wants to win the skating trophy and keeps a rigorous training schedule; one without friends and cupcakes. Ultimately, Babymouse figures out and acts on what is most important to her. The Babymouse books continue to be fresh, original, and real.

Squish: Brave New Pond

By: Jennifer Holm, Matthew Holm
Age Level: 6-9
Reading Level: Independent Reader
Genre: Fiction

It's a brand new school year for everyone's favorite amoeba! Will Squish finally get to sit with the cool kids at lunch? Will Pod stop the giant asteroid from destroying the world? Will the leeches be the end of Super Amoeba? And what makes cafeteria nachos so delicious anyway?

Squish: Super Amoeba

By: Jennifer Holm, Matthew Holm
Age Level: 6-9
Reading Level: Independent Reader
Genre: Fiction, Science Fiction

Even though Squish and his pals are one-cell amoebas, children will recognize themselves in the frenetic adventures of bullies and saving the world from evil.

Squish: The Power of the Parasite

By: Jennifer Holm, Matthew Holm
Age Level: 6-9
Reading Level: Independent Reader
Genre: Fiction, Science Fiction

School's out! Everyone's favorite amoeba is headed to summer camp! Squish's summer is turning out to be terrifying! For one thing, Squish can't swim. And to make matters worse, his new camp friend is a Hydra (scientific fact: A hydra's tentacles can paralyze you!). Will Squish sink or will he swim this summer?

Books illustrated by Matthew Holm

Sunny Side Up

By: Jennifer Holm
Illustrated by: Matthew Holm
Age Level: 9-12
Reading Level: Independent Reader
Genre: Fiction

Sunny Lewin has been packed off to Florida to live with her grandfather for the summer. Sunny meets Buzz, a boy who is completely obsessed with comic books, and soon they’re having adventures of their own: facing off against golfball-eating alligators, runaway cats, and mysteriously disappearing neighbors. But the question remains — why is Sunny down in Florida in the first place? The answer lies in a family secret that won’t be secret to Sunny much longer.

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