Learn More About The Children’s Series “The Adventures of a Boy Named Cheap”

Book One: A Series of Short Stories on The Adventures of a Boy Named Cheap

Come join Cheap as he learns all kinds of useful “lessons about life” and imagine going on exciting Adventures that are sure to capture your interest and have you asking for more.
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The Adventures of a Boy Named “Cheap”
The Adventures of a Boy Named “Cheap”: Book Two – The Adventures Continue

Book One:  A kind and gentle man lovingly crafts a little boy out of wood and names him Cheap. Shortly thereafter Cheap magically comes alive. At first he walks slowly and talks a little funny but he quickly begins to learn about the very new world that surrounds him. Curious and always seeking adventure, Cheap begins to take trips. At first his trips are limited to the back yard but as he gains confidence he begins to do things and go places that constantly amaze his maker Uncle Buddy Charlie.
Book Two:  Come join Cheap as he continues his adventures and learns all kinds of useful lessons about life.  See how he learns how to help people, save money, prevent bullying and be a good friend.  His adventures are sure to capture your interest and have you asking for more.

Testimonials

I read it to my 3rd grade class and they laughed as they ran around the room saying “Cheap, Cheap, Cheap.”

Susan A.

A joy to read, very entertaining. I liked that each chapter taught a lesson. 3rd, 4th & 5th graders would enjoy it and younger children would enjoy having it read to them.

Jane O.

I could hear my son in the living room, laughing as he read each chapter.

Mount Mourne, Post Mistress

Questions & Answers

Q: What is the target age demographic for these books?
A:  From grade 3 to grade 7.  Of course younger children will enjoy having parents or grandparents read the books to them.

Q: Are these appropriate for a school setting?
A:  Yes – The books are designed to help students learn new words and improve pronunciation.  They can be read individually, in small groups or the teacher may read a section and ask students questions about what Cheap learned on one of his adventures.

About the Author

About Bob Wessmiller