Hammy And Gerbee: Mummies At The Museum by Wong Herbert YeeHammy And Gerbee: Mummies At The Museum by Wong Herbert Yee

Hammy And Gerbee: Mummies At The Museum

byWong Herbert YeeIllustratorWong Herbert Yee

Paperback | January 16, 2018

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A charming young graphic novel-hybrid starring best friends Hammy and Gerbee. Bonus: science and history facts on Egypt!

Things are looking up for best friends Hammy and Gerbee-a hamster and a gerbil-when they find out they're both in Miss Capybara's class. But it's not long before school becomes a battle between the good (Hammy and Gerbee), the bad (spelling bees and pop quizzes), and the evil (mice twins Anna and Hanna). Can things get any worse? Or mischievous? Yep! They're going on a field trip to the science museum. What are two rodent friends to do but find their own fun (and trouble)?

This is a terrific stepping stone for kids who are excited about graphic novels but not yet ready to tackle longer formats.

A Christy Ottaviano Book

Wong Herbert Yee has written and illustrated many stories for children, including the seasonal quartet: Tracks in the Snow, Who Likes Rain?, Summer Days and Nights and My Autumn Book. He lives with his family in Troy, Michigan.
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Title:Hammy And Gerbee: Mummies At The MuseumFormat:PaperbackDimensions:112 pages, 8.42 × 6.23 × 0.31 inPublished:January 16, 2018Publisher:Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:162779462X

ISBN - 13:9781627794626

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"Cuddly characters will certainly catch the eyes of fans of Jennifer L. and Matthew Holm's Babymouse or Jarrett J. Krosoczka's Lunch Lady series. This is a guffaw-generating romp that should not gather any dust on the shelf. A sparkling series opener certain to captivate a broad audience."--Kirkus Reviews"Yee's loose, scribbly line makes for adorable figures; Miss Cap's whipped-cream hairdo and cat's-eye glasses are particularly fetching. . . congenial entertainment . . . and fans of broad humor will be satisfied."--Publishers Weekly"The bordering-on-irreverent fun will be right up the alley of his targeted age group, and the simple, friendly figures that fill out the inventively composed comic pages will draw them right in. An excellent balance between Yee's own early reader sensibilities and the zany highjinks of Jennifer and Matthew Holm's Babymouse."--Booklist"Fans of Jarrett J. Krosoczka's "Lunch Lady," Drew Brockington's "CatStronauts," and Ashley Spires's "Binky" will enjoy the animal antics and look forward to future installments in the series. A funny stepping stone for newer comics readers and a welcome addition to all children's comics collections."--School Library Journal"The book's nine short, fast-paced sections will keep new readers engaged; and with easy-to-follow sequences . . . it may draw reluctant readers into the fold. Babymouse fans may find enjoyment here."--The Horn Book