Bad Boy Bradley by Nirit Littaney

Bad Boy Bradly

Bad Boy Bradly

Bad Boy Bradley

A host of bad behaviors labels a young kindergarten student ‘Bad Boy Bradley’.  He’s a busy little boy who enjoys getting into mischief and causing problems for his teacher and classmates.  Squirting water, throwing sand, and being disruptive are just a few of his specialties.  His teacher, Ms. Debbie, isn’t quite sure how to resolve the problem…until she creates an incredible challenge with an amazing reward.

The student who helps the most, and is kind and considerate, gets a blue star to place on an oversized poster beside their name.  Inspired by the thoughts of winning a beautiful electric car, Bradley turns his behavior around and wins the admiration of all.  In the process he learns that making friends and being good are their own reward.

A brightly illustrated gem of a children’s book for all ages – Bad Boy Bradley teaches and entertains and is ideal for young readers

About the Author

Nirit Littaney


Nirit Littaney is a fresh, imaginative author who weaves vivid images and important life lessons into endearing stories for children. After being confined to her bed for years by an incurable illness, Nirit experienced the same triumph of spirit that many of her characters undergo in their journeys through lands near and far.

Nirit’s commitment to personal and physical healing, along with her story-like travels around the world, have inspired her to pen inventive tales for families in search of humorous, insightful bedtime stories. She writes for children in hopes of making them giggle while they also learn a lesson or two.

Today, Nirit lives in Israel with her angel of a husband, who champions each of her new books as if he were the wide-eyed child she wrote them for. When Nirit isn’t dreaming up new characters, she works as a nutritionist, medical coach, and spiritual leader. She is eager to inspire and help others with the lessons her own challenges have taught her–and what better way is there than through books?

To inspire your children while filling their minds with creativity, check out Nirit’s latest books, “Candy’s Chocolate Kingdom“, “Zigi the alien and the stinky socks“, “Zoe’s trip to the Zoo“,  “Bart! Stop the Farts!”, “Fairy’s Fairy tale Kingdom“, “Bad Boy Bradley” and “Dave the Brave Sawfish“and “Fatty Betty author Nirit Littaney

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Kindness and Goodness Is A Reward

By prisrob TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 22, 2015

Format: Kindle Edition

Have you ever been naughty? How did you feel after you were naughty?

The author, Nirit Littaney, has brought us another story for children with lessons to be learned. In this book, we meet Bradley, a five year old boy in kindergarten. However, kindergarten is not very much fun for the rest of the class because Bradley was a troublemaker. He ruined everyone’s fun, and even put gum on the teacher’s seat. No one had any control of Bradley until one day, Bradley met a new opportunity. When you read this book, you will learn what happened, and just what Bradley did.

Parents/teachers will enjoy reading this book to their children. The children will love to hear about Bradley because everyone will meet someone like Bradley sometime in their lives. They will discuss what happens when someone disrupts the daily routine all the time. They will have suggestions of what to do and say. The illustrations by Sugar Snail, are bright, vivid and colorful. They depict the entire story and really lend a hand to the overall learning. A. Lesson learned is part of the author, Nirit Littaney’s, message. She thinks providing a message and educating children is all part of writing a children’s book, and I totally agree. Note: a complimentary copy of this book was provided to read and review.

They’re great for kids to read

By cc2015 TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 24, 2015

Format: Kindle Edition

I’m not new to Nirit’s children’s books–I think they’re all quite spectacular! They’re great for kids to read, and they all have a good message. In Bad Boy Bradley, the message is to be kind, and do good deeds. Bradley was a bad boy in kindergarten (he did many things to annoy his classmates) until his teacher came up with a “good deeds competition”– the student who was the first to do 50 good deeds and earn stars can win something from a treasure chest full of toys and goodies. Bradley started acting kinder and realized that it was really great to be liked and applauded for once–he emerged from the experience as a changed boy.

The illustrations are fantastic and as you can probably tell from the plot, it has a great message. Recommended for young kids for sure!


‘Then, something unexpected happened! Suzy, a girl in Bradley’s class, approached him and gave him a hug.’

By Grady Harp HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 22, 2015

Format: Kindle Edition

Israeli author Nirit Littaney is a nutritionist, medical coach, and spiritual leader. After being confined to her bed for years by an incurable illness, Nirit experienced the same triumph of spirit that many of her characters undergo in their journeys through lands near and far. She has successfully joined the ranks of children’s books writers – but her stories, while humorous, encourage children to stretch their imagination while learning some valuable lessons. She has elected to have SugarSnail provide the illustrations for this her eighth children’s book to appear on Kindle.

Bradley is a naughty 5 year old who is a troublemaker and behaves badly all the time. He is a terror in kindergarten, destroying sandcastles pulling girls’ hair, shooting all his classmates with his hidden water gun, putting gum on the teacher’s chair seat, belching loudly, and n general goes against the grain of activities and consideration of this classmates. He loves to ruin projects and break things and the teacher has no control over him. UNTIL the teacher holds a contest, awarding a prize for whoever does the most good deeds. Bradley, seeing all the prizes available to the winner, changes his behavior and concentrates on helping and doing good deeds. And with all the extra effort to repair his reputation, Bradley wins the contest – and a hug! ‘being kind and well behaved started as a contest; but Bradley really enjoyed doing good deeds. He learned it was very worthwhile, not only because he received the prize, but because of everyone’s warm and loving attitude toward him.’

This is fine story, well written and well illustrated and as always with Nirit’s books, the lessons presented are terrific for children. ‘Whether you will win something or not, being good and kind is a reward in itself.Read more ›


Valuable Lesson for a Bad Boy

By Canadian Reader on August 23, 2015

Format: Kindle Edition

We’ve all known children like Bad Boy Bradley. He’s the child that is starved for attention and doesn’t care if it’s generated by negative actions. This book does an excellent job of portraying a young boy’s struggle to discover himself while learning the value of being a good friend and citizen. I’ve read a number of this author’s works and found this to be my favorite. The illustrations are very well done and stitch the tale together in an amazing way. I enjoyed reading Bad Boy Bradley to the children I babysit and they were anxious for me to read it again, even after just completing it.

I would recommend this fun children’s book to anyone with small children. It would make a great read for bedtime and teaches a valuable lesson about life in the process. I’m keeping a copy on my iPad where I know it will be accessed again and again.



By Israel Drazin TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 11, 2015

Format: Kindle Edition

This is a delightful and educational tale by Nirit Littaney with beautiful drawing by Sugar Snail. Bad Boy Bradley is a bad five-year-old kid who is really naughty, a real trouble maker. He hassles his classmates in kindergarten, pulls the hair of girls, breaks and tears things, especially the toys of classmates,, shoots them with a water gun, put gum on his teacher’s chair, is disruptive in class and unable to socialize, and many more bad acts. He looks dirty and seems to be followed by crying kids whom he hurt.
His teacher came up with a clever idea. How will Bradley react to it? How will his classmates react to what he does? What did he learn?
Children reading or hearing this story will enjoy it and will learn to behave properly.
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