Patrick the Wolf Boy, misunderstood by many, but loved by his parents.
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Grade 2-8-Devil's Due Publishing is issuing a line of graphic novels called D3, digest forms of their popular comics. Initially, Patrick looks like your average boy-he goes to school and to the beach, plays with toys, visits Santa, etc. However, he is a werewolf, and while other children give the teacher apples, he prefers to bestow them with more meaty gifts such as a pig or a moose. When his father tries to teach him how to fish, Patrick finds it more efficient to scare a bear and steal its fish. And every time his parents turn around, he takes a chomp out of something totally unexpected, from baseball bats to neighborhood squirrels. The whimsical '60s-style, black-and-white cartoon strips add to the campy atmosphere (Patrick's appearance hints at Eddie Munster and his father rings of Darren Stevens from Bewitched). Readers of this entertaining compilation are in for a howling good time.-Karen T. Bilton, Somerset County Library, Bridgewater, NJ
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