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Polo and the Magic Flute

3.88  ·  Rating Details ·  67 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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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.
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.
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