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Batpig - When Pigs Fly

A$16.99
(Trade paper)
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Reviewed by Rafael Age 7

GAAAH MY HONKER!

I looooooooved this book because there was a joke on every paragraph.

The characters are Gary the pig, Brooklyn the bat and Carl the fish. My favourite parts were when Gary stuffed chewing gum up his nose and when Carl was sad so he played a song on his FishPod “I’m-a-feeling down in my gills”.

In all comics they explain with only a few words and LOTS of pictures - “it’s a bit tight in the booty region” said Gary - that’s an example of a funny speech bubble.

There’s nothing I would like to change in this book, it’s perfect the way it is.

I recommend the age group is 6 to 40. If you read this book and like it you would also like these books too - The Treehouse Series, Real Pigeons and Weirdo.

I learned that it’s not nice to leave your friends out. Something hilarious that I learned is not to bite someone on the honker. Haha.

I reckon that it is rated ten stars out of ten stars


Overview

LOOK UP AT THE SKY -- WHO IS THAT DARING HERO FLOATING BY? IT'S ... BATPIG!



Gary Yorkshire was your perfectly average, fuzzy pink pig who loved eating tasty sandwiches, playing video games and hanging out with his friends Carl the fish and Brooklyn the bat.

Now, he's an unstoppable super-swine hero who boldly fights for justice - from catching litterers to defeating powerful supervillains intent on destruction.

Will Batpig prevail? And will he find a suitable spandex costume to flatter his rear end?





PRAISE FOR BATPIG: WHEN PIGS FLY

'This is an absolute must-read for fans of Dav Pilkey's Dog Man series. Readers will go hog wild for this lovable hero.'

- Kirkus, starred review

'Irreverent, animal-based humor drives the segments as art emphasizes close-ups and comic asides to accentuate comedic payoffs. With strong linework and anthropomorphic animal designs reminiscent of Saturday morning cartoons, Harrell's story will delight fans of Dog Man and InvestiGators.'

- Publishers Weekly

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