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Sardine in Outer Space 6

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Adventures Ahoy!

Even cleaning up is an adventure when Sardine comes to town! Roaming through the galaxy with her space-faring friends, Sardine’s always up for vexing vile villainy and thwarting terrible tyranny -- leaving a little time for baking and bedtime stories, of course!

Ten of Sardine’s wacky and wonderful adventures are told in simple, scribbly artwork in this sixt
Paperback, 96 pages
Published October 28th 2008 by First Second (first published 2002)
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Franky Ndiaye
Oct 28, 2012 Franky Ndiaye rated it it was amazing
The best book ever i recommend this to my friends
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Nov 16, 2015 Conan Tigard rated it really liked it
Sardine in Outer Space 6 is another fun-packed collection of short stories starring Sardine, L'il Louie and Captain Yellow Shoulder aboard their ship the Huckleberry. As they foil the plans of Supermuscleman and Doc Krok, they fight the evil that threatens their universe. To tell the truth, Supermuscleman and Doc Krok aren't really all that bad because they are too stupid to be truly evil. They will make kids laugh.

Early Chapter readers will love these quick stories. The colors are bright and vi
Oct 26, 2012 Carrie rated it liked it
As a woman in my 30’s, I had to use my imagination to appreciate the humor in the graphic novel Sardine in Outer Space. If I were 8 or 9—and most likely a boy—I’d find the silliness and potty humor particularly appealing. The short chapters and exciting, vivid illustrations make each story easy to follow, so it is also a great introduction to graphic novels for tweens. The characters in Sardine are outrageous (Space Indians AND Cupid in the same chapter--what?!?) and that makes it a wild ride fo ...more
Nov 06, 2013 Jason rated it it was amazing
It is sad to think that there are no more Sardine's to read to the children (although there appears to be another in French, which is motivating Louisa to learn the language). But this one kept up the high standards of the previous, with the drawings slightly worse than 1-4 which were done by Joann Sfar and the plots increasingly meta. Lots of fun.
Feb 24, 2016 Kathleen rated it really liked it
Somewhat disappointingly, this volume doesn't pick up where 5 left off. The further adventures of Sardine, her uncle Yellowshoulder, and the rest of the gang of misfits are sure to entertain both young and old! In this volume: Doc Krok attempts to write a book, Yellowshoulder tells a story of how he lost his eye, and the whole gang presents a lesson on how to care for a sick planet!
Nancy Jo Lambert
This graphic novels series is new to me, I look forward to recommending this series to kids who are Wimpy Kid fans. This series is funny, filled with action and adventure, and great characters! Kids are going to love the unfolding stories in this series.
Jennifer Datus
May 20, 2010 Jennifer Datus is currently reading it
So far the person in charg of the kids is telling the story of how he lost his right eye. I think it is all a lie.
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Emmanuel Guibert has written a great many graphic novels for readers young and old, among them the Sardine in Outer Space series and The Professor’s Daughter with Joann Sfar.

In 1994, a chance encounter with an American World War II veteran named Alan Cope marked the beginning of a deep friendship and the birth of a great biographical epic.

Another of Guibert's recent works is The Photographer. Show
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