Bird & Squirrel on the Edge! (Paperback)

By James Burks

Graphix, 9780545804264, 144pp.

Publication Date: October 27, 2015

List Price: 9.99*
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Description

Bird and Squirrel are almost home. All that's left for them to do is cross the Great Mountains. But before they can, the duo stops to chase off wolves hunting a baby bear and in the process Bird gets a knock on the noggin that gives him amnesia. Now Squirrel has to set aside his fears and keep both Bird and the bear cub safe as they journey on foot over the mountains. But witha pack of hungry wolves on their tail, can Squirrel step up and be the leader they need to keep them all alive?


About the Author

James Burks spent 15 years working in the animation industry on various movies and television shows, including The Emperor's New Groove, Atlantis, Treasure Planet, Space Jam, The Iron Giant, Wow Wow Wubbzy, and most recently on Fan Boy & Chum Chum. James is the author of the Bird & Squirrel graphic novel series for Scholastic, as well as the illustrator for the Branches series Haggis and Tank Unleashed. James lives in Valencia, California.


Praise For Bird & Squirrel on the Edge!

Praise for Bird & Squirrel On the Run:

"The brightly colored panels and cartoon artwork attract the eye and complement the engaging, fast-paced story."--School Library Journal

"The easy-to-follow panels offer a great introduction for readers interested in trying their first graphic novel, and the warm, engaging art has the same vibrant energy of a beloved Saturday morning cartoon."--Booklist

"The character design is astounding."--Kirkus Reviews

"Burks' comic-strip-like panels utilize zesty colors, bold compositions, and varying perspectives to create plenty of visual interest."--The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books

Praise for Bird & Squirrel On Ice:

"The brightly colored, glossy images are absorbing to the eye and the characters’ plotlines are intertwined, building suspense as well as ample opportunities to play characters off of one another. Consider this a first purchase for graphic novel collections."--School Library Journal