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The Gingerbread Man: Buttons on the Loose (The Gingerbread Man Is Loose Graphic Novel #1)

The Gingerbread Man: Buttons on the Loose (The Gingerbread Man Is Loose Graphic Novel #1)

Current price: $6.99
Publication Date: January 2nd, 2024
Publisher:
G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers
ISBN:
9780593532409
Pages:
48
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Description

This fan-favorite Gingerbread Man is loose in graphic novels for the earliest readers!

The Gingerbread Man loves living in his gingerbread house at school. The kids there made him and baked him, gave him a hat and a little bow tie, and—oh no! His two candy buttons are missing!

This smart cookie starts searching right away, looking all over the school. And luckily, he meets someone who is a great help and a new friend.

This Gingerbread Man’s series of graphic novels is for the youngest readers, full of the hilarious rhymes and action-packed escapades kids know and love from his picture books.

About the Author

Laura Murray was a teacher before becoming a writer, and she has had to deal with many an escaped gingerbread man in her time.

Mike Lowery is an author and New York Times bestselling illustrator who has worked on dozens of books for kids. Some of his favorites are The Gingerbread Man is Loose series by Laura Murray, the Mac B, Kid Spy series by Mac Barnett and the Everything Awesome series which he also wrote. He likes to collect weird facts and other bits of knowledge and he draws them every morning in his sketchbook. Visit him online at mikelowery.com and follow him on Instagram @mikelowerystudio

Praise for The Gingerbread Man: Buttons on the Loose (The Gingerbread Man Is Loose Graphic Novel #1)

Praise for The Gingerbread Man: Buttons on the Loose:

“Murray’s rhyming text lends itself well to a read-aloud but will also hold solo readers’ attention. Lowery’s artwork uses an effective combination of full-page images and paneled scenes. . . No doubt fans of the picture books starring this edible detective will enjoy this tale.” –Kirkus Reviews

“It’s winning times two in this breezy summation of the frustration and triumph surrounding a beloved lost object, embodied by one smart cookie who’s also cute as a button.” –Publishers Weekly