by Puffin .
Written in English
|Statement||Leah Komaiko ; illustrated by Laura Cornell.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||40|
Earl's too cool for me.'' A nerdy lad with small glasses and hair parted in the middle is sure that Earl's just too hip to be a friend, but when the two finally meet they hit it off``Yes, Earl's pretty funny, and he's really nice./ He's eight years old and only thrown up twice.'' The young narrator concludes, ``We're as cool as cool can be.''Cited by: 1. Earl's Too Cool for Me Hardcover – September 1, by Leah Komaiko (Author)/5(9). Earl's Too Cool for Me [Leah Komaiko] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Book by Komaiko, Leah/5(7). Book Description With his stand-up-straight hair and his snazzy sunglasses, Earl's the coolest kid in town; "too cool for me" confides the narrator. But one day Earl comes over, and it turns out that he's a regular guy! Together, the new friends are as "cool as cool can be," riding bicycles in the starry sky/5(27).
Get this from a library! Earl's too cool for me. [Leah Komaiko; Laura Cornell; Harper & Row, Publishers,] -- The antics and adventures of cool boy Earl include riding on the Milky Way, growing a rose from his fingernails, and swinging with gorillas. Children's Book Review: Earl's Too Cool for Me by Leah Komaiko, Author, Laura Cornell, Illustrator HarperCollins $ (0p) ISBN In PW 's words, ``Author and illustrator bring. [ My Books] [ My Maps] [ Other Stuff] Toocool Web Site copyright © Black Dog Books & Springhill Publishing Pty Ltd Toocool Illustrations copyright © Black Dog. King Street. King Street West Unit , Toronto ON Get directions via Google maps tel. () fax. ()