Tony Baloney

Tony Baloney Bestselling author Pam Mu oz Ryan and virtuosic new talent Edwin Fotheringham show off their funny sides as they introduce the mischievous lovable utterly relatable Tony Baloney Tony Baloney is a ma

Bestselling author Pam Mu oz Ryan and virtuosic new talent Edwin Fotheringham show off their funny sides as they introduce the mischievous, lovable, utterly relatable Tony Baloney Tony Baloney is a macaroni penguin He loves fish tacos, Little Green Walrus Guys, his stuffed animal, Dandelion, and anything with wheels He does not love trouble but trouble loves him SBestselling author Pam Mu oz Ryan and virtuosic new talent Edwin Fotheringham show off their funny sides as they introduce the mischievous, lovable, utterly relatable Tony Baloney Tony Baloney is a macaroni penguin He loves fish tacos, Little Green Walrus Guys, his stuffed animal, Dandelion, and anything with wheels He does not love trouble but trouble loves him Sometimes, when he is tired of Bossy Big Sister Baloney and exasperated with the Bothersome Babies Baloney, Dandelion behaves badly And then, Tony must say he is sorry, which is not always easy for him.Whether you are a mischievous middle, a bossy biggest, or a bothersome baby, you are sure to root for Tony Baloney and find yourself, or someone you love, in the Baloney family.

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  1. Tricia

    Based on the bright and vibrant illustrations, I wanted to like this bookbut it fell flat. Tony Baloney is a penguin, middle child in his family between the older sister ("Boss of the World") and little twin babies ("Bothersome Babies"). What can he say?--"trouble finds him"! His little stuffed friend Dandelion helps him express his feelings. When I read picture books, I look for storytime choices and I didn't feel that I could pull this one off for storytime.

  2. Katieb (MundieMoms)

    Tony Baloney has bright, fun illustrations that quickly captured my attention and that of my children. Tony himself is a fun character to read about. His story is one about sibling relationships and his feelings with being the middle child. This cute Macaroni Penguin has to deal with an older sister who bosses him around and two twin babies who get into his things. Tony is a typical little boy who enjoys playing and pretending, and some times his best intentions lead him into trouble. With the h [...]

  3. Natasha North

    Goofy fun with an apt portrayal of sibling dynamics. Captures perfectly the difficulty of making a genuine apology when one is not "feeling nicely in my heart." Children who wonder "how long does it take for nicely to creep in?" when learning how to make amends will appreciate the honest answer "Maybe never, or in a little while. Just wait for it." I hope this little penguin has a few more adventures ahead of him.

  4. Abby Harvey

    This book tells a story of a trouble-making, penguin that is the middle child in his family. Tony the Macaroni penguin is a dynamic character that many students will be able to relate to. Students can learn many lessons on social behaviors, but it lacks academic content. I would use this more as an independent read for the students. There is even a decent amount of words per pages, so I would recommend that it be used for older elementary grades such as third-grade. However, the author edits the [...]

  5. Christy

    Bestselling author Pam Muñoz Ryan and virtuosic new talent Edwin Fotheringham show off their funny sides as they introduce the mischievous, lovable, utterly relatable Tony Baloney!Tony Baloney is a macaroni penguin. He loves fish tacos, Little Green Walrus Guys, his stuffed animal, Dandelion, and anything with wheels. He does not love trouble . . . but trouble loves him. Sometimes, when he is tired of Bossy Big Sister Baloney and exasperated with the Bothersome Babies Baloney, Dandelion behaves [...]

  6. Alli Smith

    Tony Baloney and his stuff animal always seem to find themselves in some trouble. I think this is a get book to read to students who may seem to find themselves in trouble a lot because it is very relatable to them and can help them fix some problems.

  7. Tarin Cosby

    This book talks about a penguin who cannot stay out of trouble. Tony must apologize for the things he gets in trouble for. This is a great book to show kids how to behave and if they misbehave, how to apologize. I loved the illustrations.

  8. Crosby Maierle

    Funny cute book for children. Good book for children with other siblings. Other children would like it too because it is funny and has colorful pictures to go along with the story.

  9. Brittany Hinton

    Toney Baloney is a book about a penguin who loves fish tacos with Parmesan cheese, Little Green Walrus Guys, and his stuffed animal, Dandelion. Toney Baloney often finds himself in trouble, despite trying to avoid it, and it is a little hard for him to apologize after causing problems. This book is a great read and great book to teach a lesson to children who get in trouble often. On top of the story, the illustrations in the book are great as well.

  10. AMY

    Picture Book; Colorful story about a penguin and how he navigates around his bossy big sister and aggravating little siblings. Great story about how siblings work out their situations. Great for comparing a real penguin to make believe one. Highly recommended. Gr. K-2

  11. Katie Fitzgerald

    This is a clever and humorous story about the only boy in a family of macaroni penguins, whose name is Tony Baloney. Tony often hangs out in a little clubhouse made of boxes, where his stuffed animal Dandelion (I think he's an ostrich) serves as his best friend and therapist. Though Tony is not fond of trouble, he often finds himself deep in it anyway, usually because of his siblings, Big Sister Baloney, and the Bothersome Babies Baloney.Big Sister, in particular, annoys him by ordering him arou [...]

  12. Nick

    Target audience: K-3Summary: Tony Baloney is a macaroni penguin who likes to get into a lot of trouble. His parents want to teach him empathy and how to apologize to when he makes trouble. However, Tony does not want to say that he is sorry, because he believes that he is not nice in his heart. After 20 or so minutes, Tony is hungry and decides that apologizing might be worth it if he get to eat fish tacos. He apologizes to his sister and she allows him to be the boss of play time for a short wh [...]

  13. Kristen Herzog

    Tony Baloney by Pam Munoz Ryan is a cute story of a middle child trying to find his way in the family. As a middle child myself I found that I could relate to Tony. He has an older sister and twin younger siblings and can't seem to manage to figure out where he belongs. I grew up with an older brother and a younger brother and always found myself needing to play stuff that my brothers wanted to play. Eventually I would find myself in trouble because I didn't want to play boy things and broke or [...]

  14. Emma

    I read this for storytime yesterday, and while it's cute, it's only just an okay read. Far and away the best part of the whole book is Dandelion the stuffed ostrich, who helps Tony Baloney with his problems by sitting and taking notes like a psychiatrist, and is clearly the source of any trouble going on. The dynamics between Tony Baloney and his siblings (one older and bossy and twin babies) doesn't ring quite as true. Also, I had to stop and explain the word "exasperated" to the kids, and whil [...]

  15. Kim

    Grades K-3 Tony Baloney, a macaroni penguin sandwiched between a bossy older sister and two baby sisters, doesn't mean to get into trouble, but sometimes he just can't help himself. Or erm his stuffed animal buddy Dandelion can't help it. When it happens, he tosses his really important stuff in a bag, holes up in his secret hiding place, and stays there till his parents stop by to talk about OUR behavior and OUR apologies. Fortunately, Dandelion understands him, and with a nudge from his stuffed [...]

  16. Green Bean

    Tony Baloney loves "fish tacos with Parmesan cheese, Little Green Walrus Guys, his stuffed animal buddy, Dandelion, and anything with wheels." He does NOT love being the trouble-magnet boy penguin in a brood full of girls! The babies are a bummer, but Big Sister Baloney is especially icky and always makes Tony be the kitty when they play Boss of the World. When Tony hits his wits' end he retreats with his Ostrich stuffy to his cheese-filled hidey space and waits for Momma and Poppa to stop by fo [...]

  17. Mundie Moms & Mundie Kids

    Tony Baloney has bright, fun illustrations that quickly captured my attention and that of my children. Tony himself is a fun character to read about. His story is one about sibling relationships and his feelings with being the middle child. This cute Macaroni Penguin has to deal with an older sister who bosses him around and two twin babies who get into his things.Tony is a typical little boy who enjoys playing and pretending, and some times his best intentions lead him into trouble. With the he [...]

  18. Julee

    Tony Baloney is an attention getter with its large, bright and colorful illustrations full of bossy sisters, bouncing babies, and understanding parents. Tony’s troubles are easily understood by young listeners who probably face the same troubles themselves daily. Tony Baloney makes for a great read aloud if read slowly, allowing listeners to absorb the storyline along with time to stare at the brilliant illustrations, while cuddling their own version of Dandelion (Tony’s best friend and conf [...]

  19. Karen

    My five-year-old son picked this book out from the library this week. Usually, when I start out reading a book, I mentally give it three stars and move up or down from there depending on the book. This book moved up to four stars right away, but as it wore on (and on), that fourth star dwindled. There are parts of this book that are absolutely brilliant, but you have to sift through some dross to find them. The illustrations were adorable. And colorful. And energetic. But they didn't always work [...]

  20. Cindy

    "Tony Baloney is a macaroninguin." This book is adorable! Tony is a classic 'middle child', with a bossy big sister and exasperating twin baby siblings. He loves fish tacos with parmesan cheese, little green walrus guys, his best stuffed animal buddy named Dandelion, and anything on wheels. Now I ask you, who couldn't find something to identify with in that?! It is written in a simple format that relates life from Tony's point of view, and it just makes you smile! It's a quick and easy read that [...]

  21. Dolly

    This is a sweet book about a family of macaroni penguins and the relationship between the young children in the family, told from the perspective of the middle child, Tony Baloney. The illustrations are adorable and the story is nicely told, perfect in length to read with children. Elementary school-age children can best appreciate the different challenges and roles that each sibling takes on, and we thought the babies were sooo cute. Fun book to read aloud.

  22. Amanda Funnell

    The storyline wasn't anything spectacular in my mind. But it does introduce a very intriguing character, whom I'm thankful does have many follow-up stories.Also, I can see how this short book could be a wonderful pathway by which to introduce many writing prompts, especially journaling.-Tell about a time you had a hard time making the right choice.-What happens if you and your sibling disagree?

  23. Ariana

    It seemed overproduced and felt kind of like it was written by committee, maybe a group of researchers who have statistically analyzed what makes a children's book work and edited the book to that effect. To its credit, however, the real/not real Dandelion the stuffed toy made my daughter ask questions about the nature of reality. However, that was a minor side note of the book, not the main idea.

  24. Monica

    This is a good book to get a discussion going about emotions and anger with kids. Tony Baloney is a penguin and middle "child." The Botherson Babies Baloney chew on his toys and his big sister bosses him around. Well, sometime his stuffed animal Dandelion just can't take it anymore and loses his temper! Tony Baloney goes to his hideout to calm down: "I am not feeling nicely in my heart. How long does it take for nicely to creep in?" Bright, colorful illustrations.

  25. Barbara

    Young children are fascinated by penguins with their tuxedo-like appearances and way of moving. Macaroni penguin Tony has a series of adventures that will likely to appeal to very young children. The story is humorous as readers follow Tony from page to page. The illustrations make use of vivid primary colors and lots and lots of white space.

  26. Judy Desetti

    I wanted to like this book. I loved the title and the cover art. I could not wait to be a "ham" reading a title like Tony Baloney with a NJ or NY accent, but it fell flat for me. I did not like the story or the illustrations. Tony is a middle child who is stuck being bossed around by big sister or forced to play with younger sisters.

  27. Laura

    This book was fairly amusing. I enjoyed the bright illustrations and crazy colors that ran rampant through this book. The characters were fairly engaging and some of the text had some funny alliteration going on. I would probably recommend.*Taken from my book reviews blog: reviewsatmse/2011

  28. Kevin

    A penguin child, named after a deli meat, who has a sister that makes him pretend to be cat, cravings for fish tacos and it's best friend is a ratty looking stuffed ostrich. Tony has a name but his sister's name is Big Sister Baloney and his younger siblings are Babies Baloney. I just don't understand.

  29. Cathy Blackler

    Having spent my life as the bossy big sister, and given birth to three kids, thereby inviting a Tony Baloney dynamic, I appreciated the sibling relationships in Ryan's latest book. The bright, colorful illustrations enhance the engaging text. Middle siblings and bossy big sisters alike will recognize Tony's story and cheer for small victories.

  30. Leslie

    Tony Baloney is smack dab in the middle of this penguin family. Tony and his steadfast stuffed friend, Dandelion, get into all sorts of mischief together. A fun book filled with bright, colorful illustrations.

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