Edmund has trouble in school.
Making friends isn't easy, either.
He has learning disabilities, and his communication skills, he admits, are not the greatest.
And now, a bully is destroying his work on the playground, and getting meaner at every recess.
Edmund is so smart at math he uses it to sing well, build houses and robots, solve a Rubik's cube, and stay calm. He even has a Secret Super Power where he sees numbers as colors.
But that Super Power isn't protecting him, and his friends are afraid he'll get hurt unless he uses more than math to defend himself. Read this book and find out if Edmund learns how to deal with a bully.
Readers of Call Me Edmund say:
"I felt like I was really in the book." - Mason
"This book is amazing!" - Emily
Call me EDMUND is the first book of the Nominal Ones Series, a collection of stories about a group of four friends who all struggle with school, yet are resourceful at making friends, and working together building, programming, and singing.
*Disclaimer: The math contained in Call Me EDMUND is painless. You might even find it interesting. There won't be a quiz.