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The Battle for Amphibopolis: A Graphic Novel (Nnewts #3)

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Part of series: Nnewts
Categories: Graphic Novels
ISBN: 9780545676700 Pages: 224 Ages: 8-12 Dimensions: 6" x 9.02"
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In the final, epic installment of the Nnewts trilogy, the fate of all Nnewts hangs in the balance! Herk, falling under the influence of Blakk Mudd, is slowly turning into a Lizzark and abandoning his Nnewt friends. Herk's siblings, Sissy and Zerk, have been corrupted by evil and the Lizzark army is still threatening Amphibopolis with total destruction. Now the Nnewts need a true hero to step up and save the day before it's too late!


Praise for Escape from the Lizzarks: (Nnewts #1)
"A visually rich and abundantly imaginative adventure that lands some serious emotional punches."--Publishers Weekly
Praise for The Rise of Herk: (Nnewts #2):
"Readers who like lots of action, fighting, magic, and a little humor to lighten the drama will find them here."--Booklist
Praise for Ghostopolis:
* "TenNapel's colorful illustrations are filled with energy and life."--School Library Journal, starred review

Praise for Bad Island:

* "A clever, old-fashioned adventure with some modern twists and a light-hearted tone, this, like TenNapel's previous work, is not to be missed."--Booklist, starred review

* "TenNapel has crafted another rip-roaring adventure with wide audience appeal."--School Library Journal, starred review

Praise for Cardboard:

* "An exceptionally seamless blend of action and philosophy, two elements that usually do not mix easily; TenNapel handles this masterfully. Utterly brilliant."--Kirkus Reviews, starred review

"A boldly imaginative and ambitious tale."--The Horn Book

Praise for Tommysaurus Rex:

"TenNapel unleashes an array of charmingly off-kilter characters and has mastered a cartoonish style that preserves a sense of grit while lending some emotional weight to match the story."--Booklist

"It's a premise worthy of a loony Saturday morning cartoon, complete with bulgy-eyed characters that nearly bounce off the full-color pages, but underlying the fun is a potent and affecting story about facing death and growing up."--Publishers Weekly

"Unpredictable and engaging, this will be a popular pick for reluctant readers and graphic-novel fans."--School Library Journal

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