Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels
- Age: 9 to 12
- Grade: 4 to 7
- Reading age: 9 to 12
This two-book set features Richard Scrimger's Ink Me, from Seven (the series), and The Wolf and Me (The Seven Sequels). In Ink Me, Bunny thinks it's weird that his dead grandfather wants him to get a tattoo, but he goes along with it and makes some new friends (and possibly an enemy or two) in a sketchy Toronto neighborhood. His new friends are of no help to him when he gets kidnapped from a skating rink in The Wolf and Me. He has no idea why his kidnappers are obsessed with his grandfather, and when he manages to escape, he decides to skate home across the frozen landscape of Ontario.
Check out Weerdest Day Ever! by Richard Scrimger (The Seven Prequels) and all the other books in Seven (the series), The Seven Sequels and The Seven Prequels.
About the author
Richard Scrimger a écrit plus de vingt livres pour enfants et adultes, dont Zomboy et Downside Up. Plusieurs d’entre eux ont été publiés dans le monde entier et ont remporté ou ont été mis en nomination pour des prix prestigieux. Il contribue aussi à la série Seven et il est un orateur recherché dans les écoles.
Richard Scrimger is the award-winning author of seven novels for children, three picture books, and three books for adults. Columns detailing Richard’ s adventures in parenthood have been published in "The Globe and Mail, Chatelaine," and "Today’ s Parent." His first children’ s novel, "The Nose from Jupiter," won the 10th Annual Mr. Christie’ s Book Award. His first adult novel, "Crosstown," was short-listed for the City of Toronto Book Award. He and his family live in Cobourg, Ontario.