Banana Fox and the Book-Eating Robot: A Graphix Chapters Book (Banana Fox
James Kochalka

Banana Fox and the Book-Eating Robot: A Graphix Chapters Book (Banana Fox #2): Volume 2 -- James Kochalka

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A slyly sophisticated, appealing read. -- Dav Pilkey, internationally bestselling creator of Dog Man

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Graphix Chapters are ideal books for beginning and newly independent readers aged 6-8. With approachable page counts, easy-to-follow paneling, and artwork that supports text comprehension, these engaging stories with unforgettable characters help children become lifelong readers.

Eisner Award-winning cartoonist James Kochalka returns with another uproariously funny caper for Banana Fox to sniff out in this critically acclaimed series from Graphix Chapters!

Booie Hoo!

Banana Fox's late fees have landed him in library jail! And when a familiar foe is found around town and a giant book-eating robot is unleashed, it looks like Shayanna and William need to step in to save the day. The junior detectives put their heads together, but when their investigation runs cold, an unlikely hero emerges and proves his own sleuthing skills! But without Banana Fox's help, can the trio put Sour Grapes Jr. behind bars for good?

Author: James Kochalka
Publisher: Graphix
Published: 11/02/2021
Pages: 80
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.39lbs
Size: 8.90h x 5.83w x 0.39d
ISBN: 9781338660517
Audience: Ages 9-12

Review Citation(s):
School Library Journal 09/01/2021 pg. 83
Kirkus Reviews 10/15/2021

About the Author
James Kochalka is one of the most unique and prolific cartoonists working in America today. His comics have been published internationally, and he's developed animated cartoons for Nickelodeon. Among his best-known work is the Johnny Boo series, for which he won an Eisner Award in 2019. In 2011, James became the first official Vermont Cartoonist Laureate. He and his wife, Amy, continue to live in Vermont, where they raised their family of two boys and too many cats.