Banana Fox and the Secret Sour Society: A Graphix Chapters Book (Banana Fox #1) (Paperback)
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This is book number 1 in the Banana Fox series.
The great detective Banana Fox is called back to duty to find a missing turtle. But the deeper he digs, the more he discovers, and it's worse than he thought! The Secret Sour Society is back, and they're mixing up a bunch of trouble. Can Banana Fox and his sidekick, Flashlight, put an end to the Secret Sour Society once and for all?
Graphix Chapters are ideal books for beginning and newly independent readers. 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.
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"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
Praise for the Johnny Boo series:
"A perfectly silly early chapter-book graphic novel for kids new to reading on their own... totally funny and appealing." -- Youth Services Book Review
Praise for the Dragon Puncher series:
"He's found just the right blend of sarcasm, silliness, and action to appeal to both child readers and to adults reading this with their kids... An excellent choice for school and public library collections." -- School Library Journal
"With its vivid palette and rampant silliness, this work should enrapture young readers. Effervescently bizarre." -- Kirkus Reviews