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Panda Man and the Treasure Hunt
ISBN: 9781421535210
Author: Makura, Sho/ Kato, Haruhi (ILT)
Publisher: Perfect Square
Published: January 2011
Retail: $7.99    OUR PRICE: $2.99
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Binding Type: Library Binding
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Annotation: Panda Man, the greatest martial artist in the world, and Ko Mando, the world's greatest swordskoala, enter a contest to retrieve the treasures of Pirate Island, in a tale told in graphic novel form which invites young readers to solve puzzles to advance the story.
Additional Information
Target Grade: 1-2
Grade level: 1-2
Physical Information: 0.25" H x 25.00" L x 6.00" W
Bargain Category: Upper Elementary, Manga, Graphic Novel, Fantasy, Early Elementary, Animals, Action & Adventure
Grade level(s): 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th
 
Descriptions, Reviews, Etc.
Reviewed by School Library Journal Reviews (SLJ Reviews 2011 May)

Gr 1–3—Rotund, hungry hero Panda Man finds a pair of golden shears that will cause a money tree to grow and bestow untold riches upon him. This nonsensical plot is a device to have the character journey through a series of puzzles and brain teasers with koala swordsman Ko Mando and cub reporter Hutch. Panda Man is greedy, flatulent, and proud, endearing himself to the young, gross-out crowd, and is supposed to be more of a comic hero than a genuine one. In fact, classification of this effort is difficult as it employs more prose description than word balloons, and the story serves largely as a bridge between activities rather than as a narrative in its own right. The artwork is flat and functional, but the character design and situations are reasonably goofy and should provide some entertainment. However, because of the skeletal story, it seems unlikely that the book will offer much in the way of re-read value.—Benjamin Russell, Belmont High School, NH

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