Waffles and Pancake: Planetary-YUM (Hardcover)
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This is book number 1 in the Waffles and Pancake series.
What's more fun than visiting the 'planetary-yum'? Waffles and Pancake are a cute sibling duo that ask all the right questions and problem-solve in the best ways. Plus, Brockington's healthy representation of divorced parents and separate house hold adventures is something that this genre and age group definitely need. I'm hooked and can't wait to see what comes next.— Jacey A.
Inspired by his beloved CatStronauts series, Drew Brockington is going back in time to when everyone's favorite Catstronaut, Waffles, was a kitten! Fans of Narwhal and Jelly and Elephant & Piggie will love this fun, cat-tastic early graphic novel series.
One very special Saturday, Dad-Cat decides to take Waffles and his sister Pancake to the big city to go to the science museum! While they're there, the kittens see extraordinary things, like dino-cats, hairballs in 4D, and even the planetarium. But as the kittens learn about constellations and Neil Pawstrong, they get separated from Dad-Cat. Oh no!
Will the kittens be able to find their (possibly invisible) Dad-Cat? Or will they get stuck living in the museum and eating star tots and tuna melts fur-ever?! This early graphic novel series is chock-full of educational facts about space—perfect for young readers.
Read more in the Waffles and Pancake series:
Flight or Fright
Failure to Lunch
About the Author
Drew Brockington has flown a Space Shuttle, repaired the International Space Station, and served in Mission Control; all during a week at Space Camp. CatStronauts is his first series. He lives with his family in Minneapolis.
"Fans of the original “CatStronauts” series, as well as slightly younger readers, will enjoy this Earth-bound story of these kitten characters . . . this silly, colorful tale will appeal to graphic novel enthusiasts over a wide range of reading levels."—School Library Journal
"Colorful cartoon panels and a science-forward storyline make this spinoff series opener a solid selection. "—Kirkus reviews