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Bumperboy & the Loud, Loud Mountain
by Debbie Huey (Goodreads Author)
With the success of Bumperboy's first adventure, Debbie Huey returns with a brand new book titled Bumperboy & the Loud Loud Mountain. Join Bumperboy and his best pal Bumperpup as they unravel the mystery of a rather talkative mountain, meet new friends and discover a new enemy in this brand new all-ages adventure that will keep readers riveted!
Paperback, 128 pages
Published August 8th 2006 by Ad House
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Bumperboy and his bumper dog travel to a new world. The land of the loud--and lonely--mountain. They find out the mountain used to have a village at its base--but that it was too loud and they moved away. How is the mountain the only one alive within the But what happened to the other mountains? and what are the mysterious creatures called Grum which live on the mountain? A bright, quick, and easy graphic novel.
Adorable! Bumperboy and his trusty Bumperdog are terrific duo of adventure-seekers. I thought Bumperdog's way of communicating (Arf...then a little picture of what that arf was trying to convey) was very clever. The drawings were very appealing. They used facial expressions and perspective effectively to build character and move the story along. This is one graphic novel I'm going to start pitching to the kids!
I made the mistake of reading this one before I read the first and so I was a little confused about the world that Bumperboy and his dog live in. Overall, it is a cute little book that brings in the library and fighting to save the environment.
Debbie Huey is the artist/writer/creator of the all-ages Bumperboy comics series, which includes the Xeric Award winning book, "Bumperboy Loses His Marbles," and her latest full-length graphic novel, "Bumperboy and the Loud, Loud Mountain." Debbie admits that she hadn't purchased a comic book until the ripe age of 21, but has been addicted to reading and drawing comics ever since then.More about Debbie Huey...