The Scribble Squad in the Weird Wild West by Donald "Scribe" Ross

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Despite the quick beginning and creative concept, the story falls flat. Dialogue takes precedence over the narrative, and character development is virtually nonexistent in this story that introduces over a dozen characters with small roles only to forget them pages later...Skip.
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The Scribble Squad is quick on the draw — drawing art, that is! 

  
Best friends Rumpus, Tai, Phil, and Phlox are thrilled for the chance to make their first real mural, but when they fall into the world of their own epic painting, they suddenly have to face down the piranha-pistol-packing Wildhares, cattlefish stampedes, and buzzing battlebees of their own creation. Even if they survive, how will they ever find their way back home? 

Giddyup with the Scribble Squad as they ride into a very weird, very wild Old West!

* With over a hundred full-color illustrations by nationally renowned street artist Donald "Scribe" Ross
  
 

About Donald "Scribe" Ross

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Donald "Scribe" Ross is a Kansas City-based artist with a national following in the graffiti and street art world and high-profile commissions from Samsung and KidRobot. For over a decade, he has also served as the artist-in residence at Children's Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri — the only position of its kind in the country. Scribe's friendly animal characters amuse and entertain young patients in the hospital's ambulances, planes, waiting rooms and operating theaters — making Children's Mercy a more welcoming place to visit.
 
Published September 6, 2016 by Andrews McMeel Publishing.
Genres: Comics & Graphic Novels, Humor & Entertainment, Action & Adventure, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Below average
on Jul 02 2016

Despite the quick beginning and creative concept, the story falls flat. Dialogue takes precedence over the narrative, and character development is virtually nonexistent in this story that introduces over a dozen characters with small roles only to forget them pages later...Skip.

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