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Kung Pow Chicken: Tiger Moth
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Graphic Sparks

Kung Pow Chicken: Tiger Moth

by Aaron Reynolds
Illustrated by Erik Lervold

Weevil’s evil goons have captured Tiger Moth!  The fate of this fourth grade ninja rests in the hands of Kung Pow and his kid sister, Amber.  Have Tiger’s lessons prepared his young apprentice for this life or death bug battle?

 
ISBN978-1-4342-0505-6
PublisherStone Arch Books
BrandGraphic Sparks
Age Level8-10 Years
Reading LevelGrades 1-3
GenreAdventure
SubjectAction & Adventure, Graphic Novels, Humor
Trim Size6 x 9
Page Count40
LanguageEnglish
Copyright2008
Paperback
Price
$5.95
 


 
 

Reviews

Douglas County School District

"The graphics and action in this story will certainly help get some indifferent readers excited about reading." - Douglas County School District

January 1, 2010

A Parent's Guide to the Best Kids' Comics: Choosing Titles Your Children Will Lo - Scott Robbins and Snow Wildsmith

"Reynolds’ and Lervold’s series about a ninja in training and his sidekick and their work fighting insect evil will appeal to Dragon Puncher fans who like their super-hero stories filled with earnest heroes, lots of action, plenty of puns and silliness, and just a touch of gross-out humor." - A Parent's Guide to the Best Kids' Comics: Choosing Titles Your Children Will Lo

May 31, 2012

Aaron Reynolds

Aaron Reynolds

Aaron Reynolds loves bugs and loves books, so Tiger Moth was a perfect blend of both. Reynolds is the author of several great books for kids, including Chicks and Salsa, which Publishers Weekly called "a literary fandango." Reynolds had no idea what "fandango" meant. After looking it up in the dictionary, he learned the word means "playful and silly behavior." Reynolds hopes to write several more fandangos in the future. He lives near Chicago with his wife, two kids, and four insect-obsessed cats.

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