S: Joseph the Happy Ninja Valenzuela
BC: This book teaches young readers about the importance of being nice to others and what might happen if you are good to your peers or what might happen if you are mean and disrespectful to them. Valenzuela sparks the mind of young readers yet again! -Ownage magazine This book will have you thinking about what you can do to be nice in your community -OWNED! magazine
FC: Joseph the Happy Ninja: People Change | By: Alex Valenzuela
1: Little Larry was riding to the first day of school on his bike. He was very excited to get to school and start to learn.
2: But Larry's happy day was ruined by Demolisher, Larry's long time bully. Demolisher teased Larry then took his bike and left
3: Larry, as sad as he was continued walking to school.
4: When Larry got to school, Demolisher teased him with his bike.
5: Joseph the Happy Ninja, excited to serve justice, puts a rock in front of Demolisher without him noticing and trips him
6: Demolisher was confused about how the rock got there and why something bad had happened to him
7: Demolisher just shrugged it off and began teasing Larry yet again.
8: Joseph the Happy Ninja put a pole in front of Demolisher without him noticing and he ran into it. | Demolisher went to the school counseler and asked her why bad things were happening to him. The counseler told Demolisher that bad things wouldn't stop happening to him until he stopped doing bad things and started to do good things.
9: Demolisher apoligized to Larry and gave him his bike back. Demolisher then noticed that it felt really good to do the right thing.
10: On his way home, Demolisher noticed that nothing bad had happened to him.
11: Then, Demolisher found a twenty dollar bill and realizes that the counseler had been right.