Principal Kidd - Book 1: School Rules
A children’s book for ages 7-11
Eleven-year-old whiz, Oliver Kidd, had no trouble using his genius IQ to skip grades and zoom through the accelerated college program. But after landing a job as the world’s first kid principal back at his old elementary school, Oliver faces sabotage from the jealous vice principal, Mr. Dagger, along with challenges of a kid in charge of the teachers, parents, and students. Good thing his trusty sidekick and school mascot, Chelsea the chicken, is on his side. Principal Kidd scores points with the students with his new rules, until the town health inspector shows up and threatens to shut the doors on Eggshell Elementary. Join in on the giggles and mayhem as Oliver Kidd and his friends since kindergarten try to save Eggshell Elementary. (Just watch your step, you may encounter chicken poop!)
What The Cool Kids are Saying about Principal Kidd!
"Kids will not only get a kick out of this outrageously funny story, they’ll probably want to become the principal of their schools! Colón has a real talent for writing humor that will keep readers laughing long after they’ve finished the book.”
–Award-winning Author Linda Bozzo (https://www.lindabozzo.com)
“What young reader could resist Principal Kidd: School Rules by Connie Travisano Colón, a madcap new series set in a school that features a fast lane in the corridors, a live chicken, and a principal who really "is your pal", because he's the same age as the students?”
–Highlights Foundation faculty member Regina Griffin
and former editor-in-chief at Holiday House, ten years editing at Scholastic and two years at multinational publisher, Egmont USA.
"A school run by a kid? There's just one word for it: fun!"
Newbery award winning children’s author Jerry Spinelli
“Connie Colon has created a funny and empowering story that every kid (and anyone who ever was a kid) will love.”
TV Writer Alan Kingsberg, Pokemon, Winx Club, Shining Time Station, Are You Afraid of the Dark?
"Gob dash it! Taking over as principal of Eggshell Elementary might present wacky trouble for Oliver Kidd, but it leads to laugh-out-loud fun for the reader. School Rules rules!"
Author of Michael at the Invasion of France, 1943 Laurie Calkhoven, .