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Children's Fiction Diversity & Multicultural

The Tyrell Show: Season Two

by (author) Miles Grose

illustrated by Shaz Enrico Lym

Scholastic Inc
Initial publish date
Jan 2023
Diversity & Multicultural, Humorous Stories, General
  • Paperback / softback

    Publish Date
    Jan 2023
    List Price

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Recommended Age, Grade, and Reading Levels

  • Age: 9 to 12
  • Grade: 4 to 7


Is this thing on? Tyrell tells the story of his latest middle-school adventures in season two of his imaginary podcast in this illustrated novel!


Tyrell is finishing out his final year at Marcus Garvey Elementary. This time, without his best friend, Boogie. But they won’t be apart for too much longer! The Tyrell Show is going on the road to visit Boogie in the Wild West. But when Tyrell shares the news of his visit with his best friend, Boogie starts acting strangely. What’s going on? Tyrell is determined to get to the bottom of it. As it turns out, Boogie has a bully! Well, that’s not going to fly with Tyrell. Get ready for the showdown of the decade in The Tyrell Show: Season Two!

About the authors

Miles Grose, a comedian by training, is a writer for NBC, Netflix, and Dreamworks / Universal. He currently writes and produces with actor/comedian JB Smoove. In the past he taught art and theater techniques to facilitate social-emotional learning to underprivileged youths for 25 years in New York City and New Jersey. Miles currently lives in Los Angeles, CA, but his heart is in New York.

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Shaz Enrico Lym is a Canadian animator who works full-time for Disney and has worked previously for Nickelodeon and Dreamworks / Universal. He created the characters in The Tyrell Show based on his real-life friends and family. He currently lives in Toronto, Ontario.

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Editorial Reviews

“This second book in the series charms… A relatable young hero returns with another winsome story peppered with insightful and funny commentary.” -Kirkus Reviews

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