This wonderfully silly young graphic novel about fin-tastic friends and first fights is perfect for fans of Narwhal and Jelly! Squizzard is a little squid with a big personality. He loves telling jokes, scarfing sardines, and hanging with his best friend Toothy. But the thing he loves most is being in charge. When Squizzard makes up games, he is always the hero and Toothy is always the sidekick. He never listens or admits he's wrong, and one day he pushes Toothy too far. His bossiness causes a rift in their friendship the size of the Mariana trench! Can Squizzard convince Toothy to give him a second chance or is he doomed to be the loneliest kid at Deep Reef Elementary?
Graphix series are ideal books for even the youngest readers. With funny, simple text, unforgettable characters, illustrations that support comprehension, and approachable story lengths, these books grow newly independent readers' confidence and turn them into lifelong book lovers!
About the Author
Kevin Sherry is the author and illustrator of many children's books, most notably The Yeti Files series and I'm the Biggest Thing in the Ocean, which received starred reviews and won an original artwork award from the Society of Illustrators. He's a man of many interests: a chef, an avid cyclist and screen-printer, and a performer of hilarious puppet shows for kids and adults. Kevin lives in Baltimore, Maryland.
Praise for Squidding Around #1: Fish Feud!:
"Sherry brings an empathetic tale of self-examination and change to life with easy-to-read chapters and an eye-catching comics format." -- Kirkus Reviews
Praise for Meet the Bigfeet (The Yeti Files #1):
"A fast and funny graphic-prose tale full of labeled pictures and comic-style panels. Those just starting chapter books... [will] enjoy the big friendly monsters and immediately ask for the next tale." -- Kirkus Reviews
Praise forI'm the Biggest Thing in the Ocean:
* "Waves of exuberance flow out of this crowd-pleaser, in which a squid proudly points out how much bigger it is than any shrimp, clam, octopus or fish in the neighborhood." -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review
* "Sherry renders his hero and habitat in bright colors and bold, simple shapes that will be surefire eye magnets for preschoolers." -- Publishers Weekly, starred review