Wednesday, February 8, 2012
Zeke Meeks vs The Putrid Puppet Pals by D.L. Green with illustrations by Josh Alves
Zeke Meeks is a new series of chapter books and I can easily see it being a big hit with readers. Zeke is smart, funny, and likeable. He's the unlikely voice of reason in a world gone crazy. As someone who often failed to see the appeal in any number of fads, I appreciated Zeke's attempts at injecting logic into his world. The story was funny and the characters were strongly developed for a new series; the accompanying illustrations were seamlessly embedded right into the story. I'm really looking forward to reading more Zeke Meeks books, especially the one about the no TV week.
Here's a book trailer that introduces the new series:
I received a review copy from NetGalley courtesy of Capstone.
Find it at IndieBound.
Read it with:
Zeke Meeks vs. the Stinkin' Science Fair by D.L. Green
Zeke Meeks vs. the Horrifying TV Turn-Off Week by D.L. Green
Zeke Meeks vs. the Gruesome Girls by D.L. Green