The Adventures of P.D. Puddleskipper (U.S. trade)

eBook (PDF), 298 Pages
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Price: $14.99
Ever since he was a geckling, P.D. Puddleskipper dreamed of exploring the world just beyond the Kapok tree. For P.D. life was more than simply gathering grubs and lounging about in the sun like other geckos. Life was an adventure! But not until a terrible metal beast attacks the Emerald Forest does he finally get his chance. Piloting his latest invention, an airship called the Puddlejumper, P.D. leads his friends, fellow lizard Flora Springtail, a tree frog named Blinky, and a sleepy tree sloth named Waffles on an incredible journey in search of a new home. Join the crew of the Puddlejumper as they bravely venture forth across the Emerald Forest, battling sticky-fingered fruit bats and slippery snakes, exploring far-away places, looking for lost treasure, and making new friends along the way. From Way-Up peak to the Rollie-Roo River, the Cave of Song to the Great Kapok Tree, P.D. and his friends learn the value of friendship through their exciting adventures.
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  • By Uncle Pennybags
    Mar 17, 2011
    ADORABLE! The animation instantly puts a smile on my face. Great book if you're looking for an adventure and want a story to last more than one night. It's always sad when a book ends too soon! I think rather than just stating "you can be whatever you want to be" it really helps to teach children to follow dreams in a realistic/fun way. I see potential for sequals or an animated movie. Love it! Want more!
  • By Misty Malley-Duryea
    Dec 15, 2010
    A journey back into childhood, where everything around you could possibly come to life or be a friend. I think of Christopher Robin's world of Winnie the Pooh but in a rainforest setting instead of the Hundred-acre wood. Complex societal issues such as deforestation are addresssed on a level that children can undertstand. For example, lumber machines described as evil metal monsters that attack the homes of PD and his friends. There's both whimsy and lesson here. As a mom,(5 and 7 year old girls), I appreciate stories that both entertain and provoke thought on complex issue that will impact our children's future. Well done.
  • By Tracy Jamison
    Dec 10, 2010
    What a whimsical journey! P.D. and his friends quickly worm their way into your heart and make you want to read more! The author clearly loves words and uses them to inspire and educate kids just entering the world of reading. Ideal for reading aloud to young children as well as the 8-12 year old independent reader.
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Golden Loom Press
September 27, 2011
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