Johnny Mutton, He's So Him! by James Proimos

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He's zany. He's good-hearted. He's one-of-a-kind. Johnny Mutton, a sheep in kid's clothing, will keep readers in stitches as he enthusiastically greets each new day. Sometimes misunderstood but always genuine, Johnny Mutton once again takes readers on his hilarious, heartwarming, and very wacky adventures.
Johnny Mutton will have readers of all ages laughing out loud and gasping for air--he's just so him!
 

About James Proimos

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JAMES PROIMOS is the author and illustrator of Joe's Wish, The Loudness of Sam, and the three books in the Johnny Mutton series. He also designed and co-created Taco Bell's popular animated spokespets Nacho and Dog, and is the co-creator of Generation O! He lives in Maryland.
 
Published April 1, 2004 by Perfection Learning. 48 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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After a classroom daymare in which his Momma gets eaten by his science project, Johnny loses a cook-off by giving away all of his cupcakes to needy passersby, throws classmate Gloria Crust a party to which no one else comes, wins over local store owner Mrs. Torpolli by writing love poems on her b...

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In the plucky sheep's third comic-strip-style outing, Mutton Soup: More Adventures of Johnny Mutton by James Proimos, Johnny tries to learn some table manners, attempts a world record in sitting and overcomes a personal paranoia (""Old people are scary!

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A quintet of brief tales, scrawled comic-book panels and jokey narration introduce Johnny Mutton, a young sheep raised as a regular boy.

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Bright comic strip-cells and speech bubbles convey Johnny's victory in a cooking contest, his role as host at a party for his good friend Gloria, and his ability to woo local grocery store patrons by writing poems on their brown bags (""Steak and/ potatoes./ Aluminum/ foil./ I like you./ Don...

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