Bird & Squirrel All Or Nothing (Bird & Squirrel #6) (Hardcover)
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This is book number 6 in the Bird & Squirrel series.
The dangerous Horned Toad 500 cross-country race is coming up and Bird's father has always won it. But when his dad gets injured, Bird reluctantly joins the race to save the family honor. While dealing with the scorching desert heat and dirty tricks from another team, Bird and Squirrel are put to the ultimate test of endurance and sportsmanship. Along the way, the duo learns that, win or lose, having good friends and family will always get you to the finish line.
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"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
"A bright medley of friendship, problem-solving, and identity ideal for emerging readers looking for the next step up from leveled readers." -- Kirkus Reviews
"Burks continues to prove a wonderful storyteller with his vivid artwork, which will engage the most reluctant of readers. A must-own for graphic novel collections." -- School Library Journal
Once upon a time there was a storyteller, whose stories existed in the land of many lakes – that boundless region called Minnesota, where hardy souls have made their living on the water, fertile land and in cities. This storyteller, William Kent Krueger, weaves his stories with characters so rich, so real and so human, the tale leaps off the page and buries deep into your soul. “This Tender Land” is simply a magnificent example of Krueger’s extraordinary gift as a writer. You will find it hard to put down, or even after finishing, hard to stop thinking of Odie, Albert, Mose and Emmy – your guides down the winding rivers in this book. Truly, a masterpiece. - review by Maureen