Have you ever thought about adopting a Glurb? This handy book can help you make your decision. Glurb eggs are very affordable, but once they hatch, you'll have to take very good care of them. Glurbs are strong, able to walk on walls with their suction cup feet, and excellent artists. But they also like to play tricks, whine, and need constant attention. Find out more about Glurbs (including how to make your own Glurb choir) in this funny tell-all!
This was the first Balloon Toons book I've read, and I really enjoyed it. It's a great picture books for kids who've transitioned to reading on their own, but still really enjoy comics and illustrations. The pictures are funny and the Glurb (another character I'd love to see as a plush toy) can easily carry its own book. I can't wait to read more Balloon Toons.
Find it at IndieBound.
Read it with:
Rick and Rack and the Great Outdoors by Ethan Long
The Super Crazy Cat Dance by Aron Nels Steinke
Doggie Dreams by Mike Herrod
Zoe and Robot, Let's Pretend by Ryan Sias
A Day in the Office of Doctor Bugspit by Elise Gravel