Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Book Trailer Premiere: The Capybara Conspiracy by Erica Perl

Dear Reader, 

Happy Tuesday! I am celebrating Erica Perl's The Capybara Conspiracy's book birthday by premiering its book trailer. I think Olive Henry will inspire readers to act out scenes and to conduct additional research about capybaras. (Would you find capybara plush if you looked at my search history on Google Chrome? Goodness, yes!) 

What are authors saying about The Capybara Conspiracy

“Funny, smart, fresh, and furry, The Capybara Conspiracy cracked me up. Move over, Macbeth. There’s a new play in town, and it’s funny! Plus, it’s got a 170-pound rodent. So put that in your beard, Mr. Bard!” —Andrea Beaty, bestselling author of Iggy Peck, Architect and Rosie Revere, Engineer

“A hilarious novel, written in play form, that is sure to inspire young actors, directors, and playwrights everywhere. Encore!” —Victoria Jamieson, author and illustrator of the Newbery Honor Book Roller Girl

“Makes a perfect classroom read-aloud or play. This fun, funny book that tackles meaningful issues in a creative way is a pure delight!” —Donna Gephart, award-winning author of Lily and Dunkin and Death by Toilet Paper

"A rallying cry for every artsy kid out there." —Jarrett J. Krosoczka, author of The Lunch Lady series

“A hilarious story celebrating our differences and the common threads that unite us. From its opening line to the final curtain call, this laugh-out-loud comedy full of clever characters and quirky drama had me hooked! Two hooves up!” —Jess Keating, author of Pink Is for Blobfish and How to Outrun a Crocodile When Your Shoes Are Untied

“The most hilarious and innovative read a young reader could hope to find. It’s a book, it’s a play, it’s a page-turning riot.” —Ned Rust, author ofPatrick Griffin’s Last Breakfast on Earth

“An incredibly original, extremely clever, very funny book.  And there's a capybara in it.  What more could you possibly ask for?” —Stuart Gibbs, author of the Spy School, FunJungle and Moon Base Alpha series.

“A fresh, fun novel! It's a quirky story, told in three acts that absolutely beg to be shared out loud. Kids are going to have so much fun with this one!” —Kate Messner, author of All the Answers and The Seventh Wish

I hope you will run out to your local bookshop to pick up a copy (or 10).

Happy reading!

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