In the sequel to The Chalk Box Kid, Gregory’s friend Uncle Pancho is in trouble. The city wants to build a highway right where his house is. They will have to tear it down! Then Gregory has an idea. He will paint the story of Uncle Pancho’s life for the whole city to see . . . but can the paintings save Uncle Pancho’s home?
Two beloved classics—The Chalk Box Kid and The Paint Brush Kid—get a vibrant new look!
Clyde Robert Bulla (1914–2007) was born on a farm near King City, Missouri. He went to a one-room country school. Reading and writing were his favorite subjects, and by the time he was seven, Bulla knew he wanted to be a… More about Clyde Robert Bulla