Books by Andy Rash

GAME OVER, PETE WATSON by Joe Schreiber
CHILDREN'S AND TEEN
Released: March 11, 2014

"A progressively silly, retro-geeky action story for the YOLO generation. (Science fiction. 8-14)"
An adventure of video games and spies. Read full book review >
SEA MONSTER AND THE BOSSY FISH by Kate Messner
Released: Aug. 1, 2013

"Sea Monster keeps delivering important messages in fun ways. What issue will he tackle next? (Picture book. 4-7)"
Sea Monster's second outing finds him with his first-day resourcefulness intact (Sea Monster's First Day, 2011). Read full book review >
BOY OR BEAST by Andy Rash
Released: Sept. 13, 2012

"A wacky story of loyalty and self-discovery. (Fantasy. 8-12)"
Charles is 12, unpopular, bullied, small and geeky—and to make matters worse, he's turning into a giant reptile. Read full book review >
SEA MONSTER'S FIRST DAY by Kate Messner
ANIMALS
Released: July 6, 2011

"Presents kids with some great advice and solid solutions to the most common first-day what-ifs. (Picture book. 4-7)"
Ernest discovers that making friends is sometimes the hardest part of starting school, but that with a little perseverance and imagination, things can turn around. Read full book review >
SUPERHERO SCHOOL by Aaron Reynolds
ADVENTURE
Released: July 1, 2009

"Rash's bold cartoons ably support the goofiness, depicting a multicultural, multi-powered classroom, with the stalwart Mr. Tornado at the helm. (Picture book. 4-9)"
Leonard is underwhelmed by Superhero School, where, instead of teaching them to leap tall buildings, his teacher, The Blue Tornado, has the students tackling fractions and division. Read full book review >
ARE YOU A HORSE? by Andy Rash
ANIMALS
Released: March 1, 2009

"It's silliness without sweetness or charm, and the surprise ending falls flat. (Picture book. 3-6)"
Cowboy Roy gets a saddle for his birthday, complete with instructions: Find a horse and go for a ride. Read full book review >
AGENT A TO AGENT Z by Andy Rash
FICTION
Released: Feb. 1, 2004

"Chicka Chicka Boom Boom this isn't, but some of the rhymes are clever, and there's a movie in miniature, or at least a familiar scenario, on nearly every page. (Picture book. 7-8)"
Pairing a rhymed text to digitally colored "Spy-vs.-Spy" style cartoons, Rash sends a secret agent out on a quest to find the ringer among his 25 associates. Read full book review >