349th out of 472 books — 494 voters
Leave It to PET!, Vol. 4 (Leave it to Pet!: The Misadventures of a Recycled Super Robot #4)
R to L (Japanese Style) Nine-year-old Noboru does the responsible thing and recycles a plastic bottle. But little does he know that the bottle is about to come back to life as PET, a robot with a mission: to pay Noboru back for recycling him! The only problem is that PET’s sense of "helping" isn't quite in touch with reality. Combining the visual appeal of manga...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published January 5th 2010 by Perfect Square
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Recently I finished Leave it to Pet volume 4. I think this book deserves a 5 star rating! This book is filled with non-stop hilarity and never ending action. If I I we're the one to have written this book I would read it every night. The book has long and short stories. 20-30 stories in each this book is one of the most hilarious books I've ever read in my intier life! The book has more than normal graphic novels because it has a lot more chapters than a normal graphic novel. It has everything i...more
this book is kind of hard to read cause of the fact that it reads backwards but! it is still a really great book it is very very fast paced! one thing happens and before you know it something else happens but anyone who likes comics/fantasy you should read this. ;] ;[
Aug 05, 2012 Nancy Jo Lambert rated it 4 of 5 stars
The PET manga series is really fun and smart. I like that there are activities embedded in the story, the illustrations are well done, and the adventures are about recycling! This is a super fun series that kids and manga fans can really enjoy.
Also written as そにしけんじ. Is a Japanese manga-ka (comic book artist).More about Kenji Sonishi...