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Mega Mash-up: Robots Vs. Gorillas In The Desert

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Mega Mashup Robots Vs Gorillas
ASIN: 0763658731

Nosy Crow

Author: Nikalas Catlow / Tim Wesson

Children love Robots Vs. Gorillas In The Desert. The author is Nikalas Catlow / Tim Wesson and it was published on the 27th of December, 2011 by Nosy Crow. In case you are in the library you can very likely search for it using the Dewey Decimal Classification, M. This version is the 1st U.S. ed. of the book has 96 pages and it provides you with plenty of illustrations. The book dimensions are 8.24" Height x 5.94" Length x 0.33" Width and weighs something like 0.38 lbs. For more information about this child's book, click on our store button.

Introducing Mega Mash-ups from Nosy Crow, an imprint of Candlewick Press! Deep in the desert, Gorillas trade oil for bananas grown by hi-tech Robots. These books take great subjects for boys and combine them into short, bonkers, and funny stories that happen to be incredibly easy to study. And when will they realize that the race has no finish line? Which will fall for the banana sundae mirages? Which side will get slimed by the garlic burp-breath sand slugs? The books study as hilarious, zippy stories that appear a lot like novels but are terrific doodle books also. But then they have a big falling-out and decide to have a race to settle their differences. The illustrations are bold and crazy, and there's plenty of space left on each page -- together with suggestions for how you can fill it -- so kids can add their own drawings.


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