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Julia's House for Lost Creatures
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"Hatke fills the comic-book-style, picture-book-sized pages with lovely watercolour illustrations of a menagerie of creatures . . . Imaginative tots will love Julia's resourcefulness and hospitality." - Booklist   "From the author of Zita the Spacegirl comes an enjoyable blend of picture book, graphic novel, and fairy tale prose . . . The gentle flow of the story will draw in readers, and Julia's problem-solving will have them giggling as they nod along at her choices. A wonderful addition." - School Library Journal   "Hatke steps from graphic novels (Zita the Spacegirl) to the picture-book format with aplomb, blending tropes from both worlds for a sweetly weird domestic adventure. Readers will want to move right in." - Kirkus Reviews   "In his first picture book, Hatke (the Zita the Spacegirl series) crafts a funny, fantastical scenario with a girl hero in charge." -Publisher's Weekly

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About the Author

Ben Hatke is the author of the beloved Zita the Spacegirl its sequel, the New York Times Best-Selling Legends of Zita the Spacegirl, and the #1 New York Times Best-Seller Return of Zita the Spacegirl. He has published comics stories in the Flight series as well as Flight Explorer. In addition to writing and drawing comics, he also paints in the naturalist tradition and, occasionally, performs one-man fire shows. Hatke lives and works in the Shenandoah Valley with his wife and their boisterous pack of daughters. Julia's House for Lost Creatures is his first picture book.

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"Hatke steps from graphic novels ("Zita the Spacegirl") to the picture-book format with aplomb, blending tropes from both worlds for a sweetly weird domestic adventure. Readers will want to move right in." - "Kirkus Reviews" "In his first picture book, Hatke (the Zita the Spacegirl series) crafts a funny, fantastical scenario with a girl hero in charge." -"Publisher's Weekly" "From the author of "Zita the Spacegirl" comes an enjoyable blend of picture book, graphic novel, and fairy tale prose . . . The gentle flow of the story will draw in readers, and Julia's problem-solving will have them giggling as they nod along at her choices. A wonderful addition." - "School Library Journal" "Hatke steps from graphic novels ("Zita the Spacegirl") to the picture-book format with aplomb, blending tropes from both worlds for a sweetly weird domestic adventure. Readers will want to move right in." - "Kirkus Reviews" "In his first picture book, Hatke (the "Zita the Spacegirl" series) crafts a funny, fantastical scenario with a girl hero in charge." -"Publisher's Weekly" "Hatke fills the comic-book-style, picture-book-sized pages with lovely watercolor illustrations of a menagerie of creatures . . . Imaginative tots will love Julia's resourcefulness and hospitality." - "Booklist" "From the author of "Zita the Spacegirl" comes an enjoyable blend of picture book, graphic novel, and fairy tale prose . . . The gentle flow of the story will draw in readers, and Julia's problem-solving will have them giggling as they nod along at her choices. A wonderful addition." - "School Library Journal" "Hatke steps from graphic novels ("Zita the Spacegirl") to the picture-book format with aplomb, blending tropes from both worlds for a sweetly weird domestic adventure. Readers will want to move right in." - "Kirkus Reviews" "In his first picture book, Hatke (the "Zita the Spacegirl" series) crafts a funny, fantastical scenario with a girl hero in charge." -"Publisher's Weekly" "Hatke fills the comic-book-style, picture-book-sized pages with lovely watercolor illustrations of a menagerie of creatures . . . Imaginative tots will love Julia's resourcefulness and hospitality." --Booklist "From the author of Zita the Spacegirl comes an enjoyable blend of picture book, graphic novel, and fairy tale prose . . . The gentle flow of the story will draw in readers, and Julia's problem-solving will have them giggling as they nod along at her choices. A wonderful addition." --School Library Journal "Hatke steps from graphic novels (Zita the Spacegirl) to the picture-book format with aplomb, blending tropes from both worlds for a sweetly weird domestic adventure. Readers will want to move right in." --Kirkus Reviews "In his first picture book, Hatke (the Zita the Spacegirl series) crafts a funny, fantastical scenario with a girl hero in charge." --Publisher's Weekly Hatke fills the comic-book-style, picture-book-sized pages with lovely watercolor illustrations of a menagerie of creatures . . . Imaginative tots will love Julia's resourcefulness and hospitality. Booklist From the author of Zita the Spacegirl comes an enjoyable blend of picture book, graphic novel, and fairy tale prose . . . The gentle flow of the story will draw in readers, and Julia's problem-solving will have them giggling as they nod along at her choices. A wonderful addition. School Library Journal Hatke steps from graphic novels (Zita the Spacegirl) to the picture-book format with aplomb, blending tropes from both worlds for a sweetly weird domestic adventure. Readers will want to move right in. Kirkus Reviews In his first picture book, Hatke (the Zita the Spacegirl series) crafts a funny, fantastical scenario with a girl hero in charge. Publisher's Weekly " Hatke fills the comic-book-style, picture-book-sized pages with lovely watercolor illustrations of a menagerie of creatures . . . Imaginative tots will love Julia's resourcefulness and hospitality. "Booklist" From the author of "Zita the Spacegirl" comes an enjoyable blend of picture book, graphic novel, and fairy tale prose . . . The gentle flow of the story will draw in readers, and Julia's problem-solving will have them giggling as they nod along at her choices. A wonderful addition. "School Library Journal" Hatke steps from graphic novels ("Zita the Spacegirl") to the picture-book format with aplomb, blending tropes from both worlds for a sweetly weird domestic adventure. Readers will want to move right in. "Kirkus Reviews" In his first picture book, Hatke (the "Zita the Spacegirl" series) crafts a funny, fantastical scenario with a girl hero in charge. "Publisher's Weekly""

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