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Graphix Chapters are ideal books for beginning and newly independent readers aged 6-8. With approachable page counts, easy-to-follow paneling, and artwork that supports text comprehension, these engaging stories with unforgettable characters help children become lifelong readers.
Eisner Award-winning cartoonist James Kochalka returns with another uproariously funny caper for Banana Fox to sniff out in this critically acclaimed series from Graphix Chapters!
Banana Fox has a real mess on his hands this time! When the jail is left in ruins and Sour Grapes is on the run, Banana Fox has very few clues to work with to find him. He's coming across a number of red herrings, so it's clear that something fishy is going on... With the help of Sharyanna, William, and Sour Grapes Jr. (?!), can Banana Fox get to the bottom of this caper, or will the baddies run wild forever?
"Fishy high jinks at high verbal and visual volume." -- Kirkus Reviews
"The Gummy Monster Mess, like the entirety of the Banana Fox series, is all-around fun, all-ages comics." -- School Library Journal
Praise for Banana Fox and the Book-Eating Robot:
"Sure to have kids laughing out loud... Plenty of silliness and action will make this a sure hit with early chapter book and graphic novel readers." -- School Library Journal
"Over-the-top zaniness, exquisitely eye-popping colors, and quickly plotted chapters. This world should have broad appeal among both the Dav Pilkey crowd and readers who relish a zippy, funny diversion... Exuberantly silly." -- Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Banana Fox and the Secret Sour Society:
"A slyly sophisticated, appealing read." -- Dav Pilkey, internationally bestselling creator of Dog Man
"Laughs from beginning to end!" -- Jim Benton, New York Times bestselling creator of Dear Dumb Diary
"Over-the-top goofiness guarantees abundant giggles." -- Kirkus Reviews
"Younger readers are sure to enjoy Banana Fox's shenanigans." -- Publishers Weekly
"Kochalka's trademark is off-the-wall cartoon humor, and his latest is no exception... the wacky plot and absurd humor echo the imaginative games kids play, and the candy-bright, boldly outlined figures that practically bounce off the page are tailor-made for early-elementary-school comics fans." -- Booklist