How to Win a Slime War (Hardcover)

How to Win a Slime War By Mae Respicio Cover Image

How to Win a Slime War (Hardcover)

$16.99


Available to Order from Our Warehouse
Slime entrepreneurs face off in an epic battle to see who can sell the most slime, while navigating sticky situations with friends and family. From the award-winning author of The House That Lou Built comes another story about a creative kid with something to prove.

Alex Manalo and his dad have just moved back to Sacramento to revive their extended family's struggling Filipino market. While Alex likes helping at the store, his true passion is making slime! He comes up with his own recipes, playing with ingredients, colors, and textures, which make his slime truly special. Encouraged by a new friend at school, Alex begins to sell his creations, leading to a sell-off battle with a girl who previously had a slime-opoly. Winner gets bragging rights and the right to be the only slime game in town.

But Alex's dad thinks Alex should be focused more on "traditional" boy pastimes and less on slime. As the new soccer coach, Dad wants Alex to join the team. 

Alex is battling on multiple fronts--with his new friends at school, and with his dad at home. It will be a sticky race to the finish to see who oozes out on top.
Mae Respicio writes novels full of hope and heart. Her debut, The House That Lou Built, received the Asian/Pacific American Library Association Honor Award in Children's Literature and was an NPR Best Book of the Year. Mae lives in the Bay Area suburban wild with her husband and two sons, where they love hiking, hanging at the beach, and some good old-fashioned family slime time.

Product Details ISBN: 9780593302675
ISBN-10: 0593302672
Publisher: Wendy Lamb Books
Publication Date: September 14th, 2021
Pages: 288
Language: English
"Oozing with fun." --Kirkus Reviews

★ "A well-written story of family and friendship. Slime aficionados and newbies alike will enjoy the recipes for slime at the beginning of each chapter. Highly recommended." --SLJ, starred review

"While Respicio’s book touches upon a few social issues like gentrification and poverty, the central message is about being your authentic self. . . . A solid recommendation to any budding entrepreneur or slime enthusiast." --Booklist