Mutton Soup by James Proimos
(Johnny Mutton)

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He's zany! He's endearing! He's one-of-a-kind Johnny Mutton, the lovable sheep who thinks he's a boy.

Now Johnny's back with even more wacky and heartwarming comic adventures. Whether he's playing a game of hide-and-seek with an unexpected surprise, attemping a new world record, or failing "manners" classes, Johnny will tickle your funny bone--and leave you wondering just what he'll think of next.
 

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 Harcourt Children's Books. 48 pages
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Humor & Entertainment, Nature & Wildlife, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference. Fiction

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This sheep-in-everyboy’s-clothing returns for a third set of edifying neighborhood encounters: with archrival Mandy Dinkus in a closet (it’s complicated);

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In this encore performance to The Many Adventures of Johnny Mutton , bright comic strip panels and speech bubbles convey Johnny's victory in a cooking contest;

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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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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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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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