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Polo and the Magic Flute

3.89  ·  Rating Details  ·  63 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
BY SEA, BY BUS, OR BY MAGIC CARPET Polo explores more of his magical world.

A simple boat ride turns into a journey of fun and discovery with towering waves leading to a mysterious forest and a strange koala carrying a flute. When the Koala disappears with a *pop*, Polo sets out to find him, traveling by giant snail-bus to a mystical tower. Worldless, captivating, and sure
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Hardcover, 32 pages
Published May 12th 2009 by Roaring Brook Press
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Melissa
Feb 11, 2016 Melissa rated it liked it
Polo and the Magic Flute is a book for young children. This is a graphic novel with only images and no words. Children get to stay connected with the book by exploring Polo's adventures after he receives a flute. This story is suspenseful because the reader does not know what the main character is going to do next. Overall, this is a easy, fun read for young children.
Polo and the Magic Flute is a sequential visual art book for children. This book has elements or surrealism because it is about a
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Mishaela Littlefield
Feb 25, 2016 Mishaela Littlefield rated it it was amazing
As Polo steps out of his tree house and hops into his wooden tugboat, he embarks on a journey full of adventure. He catches an Orca whale on his fishing line, rides a slimy snail to the tip of a grassy hill and even rides a magic carpet propelled by his excellent flute playing. Follow Polo through all the different twists and turns of this book by flipping through the multi-colored pages and traipsing on his journey along with him hand in hand.

Polo and the Magic Flute is perfect for young reade
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Kathleen
Jan 21, 2016 Kathleen rated it liked it
Magic carpets and mystics are found on a fishing trip! This wordless picture book would be good for young readers alone, or guided by an adult.
The Brothers
Mar 16, 2016 The Brothers rated it really liked it
In this wordless book, Polo the Dog has many adventures on land and sea. Some of them include: riding a snail, riding huge waves in his boat, and managing a flying carpet ride by playing a magic flute.

Very good illustrations.
Laura5
Dec 12, 2011 Laura5 rated it really liked it
Wonderfully fanciful wordless adventure.

This is a smaller/shorter story than the original Adventures of Polo or the Runaway Book.
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