Waga's Big Scare by Samuel Hiti
(Carolrhoda Picture Books)

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Meet Waga. Waga isn't the biggest monster. Waga isn't the hairiest or slimiest monster either. But Waga is the trickiest . . . and shouldn't be trusted. Find out just how tricky Waga can be—unless you're too scared to keep reading.

About Samuel Hiti

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Published August 1, 2012 by Carolrhoda Books. 32 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Children's Books. Fiction

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Waga is a monster that is mean, tricky and possesses the “biggest scare.” But when Waga loses that scare, the monster’s very existence is in jeopardy.

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Bringing to mind the oeuvre of Kevin O’Malley, Hiti, a comics artist making his children’s book debut, goes for broad humor—visual slapstick (Waga sliding through a house’s plumbing system), comedic sturm und drang (Waga’s curly ears vibrate in fright at the thought of nonexistence), an...

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Waga is a demonic little monster that’s lost his “scare.” Hiti doesn’t explicitly describe what that means, nor why Waga will disappear if he doesn’t get his scare back by morning, but there’s food for thought there if you want to figure out what the scare represents and how it relates to nighttime.

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