Chickenhare by Chris Grine

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Chickenhare: half chicken, half rabbit, 100% hero!

What's a chickenhare? A cross between a chicken and a rabbit, of course. And that makes Chickenhare the rarest animal around! So when he and his turtle friend Abe are captured and sold to the evil taxidermist Klaus, they've got to find a way to escape before Klaus turns them into stuffed animals. With the help of two other strange creatures, Banjo and Meg, they might even get away. But with Klaus and his thugs hot on their trail, the adventure is only just beginning for this unlikely quartet of friends.
 

About Chris Grine

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Chris Grine is an artist and writer for Hallmark where he creates humorous greeting cards. CHICKENHARE was nominated for an Eisner Award for best publication for a younger audience in 2007. Chris lives in Kansas City, Missouri, with his wife and their four-year-old daughter.
 
Published May 28, 2013 by Graphix. 160 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Chickenhare, a leporine creature with feathers and chicken legs, and his companion, a bearded turtle named Abe, have been captured and taken to the house of Klaus, a demented taxidermist who delights in torturing and preserving unusual "pets" and has an unsettling resemblance to another, more fes...

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Banjo and Meg, two other taxidermy prospects (whose real identities are only hinted at), help Chickenhare and Abe escape and give Chickenhare the chance to free a tormented soul.

Dec 17 2012 | Read Full Review of Chickenhare

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Writer/artist Chris Grine is adept at telling a kids’ story with the requisite thrills and adventures, and he’s doesn’t bog the story down by explaining all the whys and hows of this wonderful little world he’s created.

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