Donut Feed the Squirrels (Norma and Belly #1) (Hardcover)

By Mika Song

Random House Graphic, 9781984895837, 112pp.

Publication Date: September 29, 2020

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Library Binding (9/29/2020)

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Description

Two squirrels--and best friends--meet their match: a donut food truck! A hilarious young graphic novel perfect for fans of Narwhal: Unicorn of the Sea and anyone who would do ANYTHING for a donut.

Norma and Belly plan to start the day with some pancakes, but when Norma accidentally burns them, these two best friends set out to find a new treat. Chestnuts might be nice . . . but what is that delicious smell in the distance? A new food truck has parked near their tree, and these two squirrels are going to figure out how to get their hands on these "donuts" that it seems to be selling.

Mika Song gives readers something to laugh at as these squirrels try their hardest to get some donuts while just about everything goes wrong. A fun "donut caper" graphic novel that focuses on madcap action, problem-solving, and the power of working together.


About the Author

Mika Song is a children's writer/illustrator who makes stories about sweetly funny outsiders. She grew up in Manila, Philippines and Honolulu, Hawaii before moving to New York to study at Pratt Institute. She studied animation and worked as an animator before getting into children's books.

In 2015, she received the Portfolio Award at the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators Winter Conference in NYC. Tea with Oliver (HarperCollins) is the first book she both wrote and illustrated. Donut Feed the Squirrels is her debut graphic novel.

@mikasongdraws


Praise For Donut Feed the Squirrels (Norma and Belly #1)

"Their antics are divided into five short chapters that young readers can read with confidence, and the sweet ending unquestionably satisfies.” —Booklist, starred review

“Drawing with graceful ink lines and colored wash, Song capitalizes on comic moments…Norma and Belly are never snarky; instead, they present a consistent mix of enterprise, wit, and cheer.” —Publishers Weekly