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Gibbus Moony Wants to Bite You!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 15, 2013

    I read this to my class (3rd grade), and this is one of the bett

    I read this to my class (3rd grade), and this is one of the better children's books that have come out recently. My whole class loved it!
    I am going to read more of Leslie's books to my class.

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  • Posted September 21, 2011

    Super cute non scary vampire book!

    I wanted to by a fun Halloween themed book for my nephew's 4th birthday that wouldn't be too scary or too typical. My co-worker at Barnes & Noble, who works in the Children's Dept, suggested Gibbus Moony to me. I loved it immediately. Gibbus comes from a long line of nectarians (fruit eaters) and has just lost his baby vampire teeth. The illustrations are almost tongue in cheek hilarious. My 8 yr old niece read a family story time to us and her 4 (and a 1/2) yr old brother cracked up with giggles when he saw the illustration of Gibb's parents dancing. My favorite illustration is the hallway photos of the non-nectarian distant relatives and Grandpa's explanation of their behavior. But Gibbus finds out on his own with the help of a new friend and his scary teething younger sister that biting is not dignified adult behavior, it is, in fact, for babies! PS And the birthday boy begged his mom to read the book again to him before bed time.

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