Scholastic Reader, Level 1: Moby Shinobi: Ninja in the Kitchen by Luke FlowersScholastic Reader, Level 1: Moby Shinobi: Ninja in the Kitchen by Luke Flowers

Scholastic Reader, Level 1: Moby Shinobi: Ninja in the Kitchen

byLuke FlowersIllustratorLuke Flowers

Paperback | July 25, 2017

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Moby heads to the pizza shop, where he will ninja kick and chop!

In this Level 1 reader series, Moby Shinobi is a very helpful ninja! In this book, Moby Shinobi is making pizza at Papa Peppy's Pizza Shop. Moby tries to toss dough, slice pies, and serve hungry customers, but each attempt to help out just ends in a funny mess. Moby wants to help Papa Peppy, but what if his ninja skills aren't right for the job? When the key to Papa Peppy's secret sauce is lost, it's Moby's time to shine! Rhyming text and bright, full-color artwork make this the perfect book for young readers!

Luke Flowers is the illustrator of many picture books, including One More Dino on the Floor and Little Bo Peep and Her Bad, Bad Sheep. Luke lives in Colorado with his wife and three kids.
Title:Scholastic Reader, Level 1: Moby Shinobi: Ninja in the KitchenFormat:PaperbackDimensions:32 pages, 9.02 × 6.05 × 0.1 inPublished:July 25, 2017Publisher:SCHOLASTIC INCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0545935342

ISBN - 13:9780545935340

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Editorial Reviews

Praise for Ninja on the Farm: "Colorful digital artwork with an animation aesthetic depicts farm animals and humans alike . . . Readable rhyming couplets set up the action . . . Readers should laugh along with the antics, empathize with Farmer Bob's dismay, and cheer in the end when Moby's skills finally come in handy . . . Amusing and accessible." -- Kirkus "This is a great easy reader that illustrates that everyone can be helpful in the right situation . . .The art shows lots of movement and will likely inspire everyone's finest ninja moves . . . Certain to stealthily jump off the shelves into readers' hands, ninja-style." -- School Library Journal