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 Millions of Maxes
 Author: Wolitzer, Meg

 Publisher:  Dial Books for Young Readers (2021)

 Classification: Easy
 Physical Description: [40] p., col. ill., 28 cm

 BTSB No: 961492 ISBN: 9780593324110
 Ages: 4-7 Grades: K-2

 Subjects:
 Personal names -- Fiction
 Parks -- Fiction
 Friendship -- Fiction
 Humorous fiction
 Parent-child relationship -- Fiction

Price: $21.58

Summary:
His parents call him The One and Only Max. And so, he is in for a big surprise at the playground one day, when he hears "Max, time to go home!" and two other kids come running. But when he decides to help one of the other Maxes find her missing toy, he discovers that there are other ways to be special, and that he can appreciate the specialness of his new Max friends just as much as his own.

 Illustrator: Players, Micah

Reviews:
   Kirkus Reviews (-) (09/01/21)
   School Library Journal (09/01/21)

Full Text Reviews:

School Library Journal - 09/01/2021 PreS-Gr 1—The one and only Max is used to being the one and only. His name is all over his room; he has "Max" cup and a "Max" night light. On a trip to the playground, however, he meets two other kids named Max. This surprises him; if there are two more Maxes, there might be millions of them. When one of the other Maxes loses a pink pine cone, the three of them work together to find it. Max doesn't mind that he is no longer the one and only; they have the same name, but are still each unique. This picture book is an excellent portrayal of a kid with a certain world view having it very much shaken. It models a helpful reaction for processing new information, reminding readers that they can believe one thing one day and learn something that alters that the next. VERDICT With the added draw of cartoon-like art, this is a one-of-a-kind and entertaining picture book for all kinds of readers.—Myiesha Speight, formerly at Towson Univ., Baltimore - Copyright 2021 Publishers Weekly, Library Journal and/or School Library Journal used with permission.

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