Backward Bowwow

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Capstone, Jul 1, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
2 Reviews
When BIZARRO KRYPTO crash lands on Earth, he canít believe his eyes. Humans own dogs as pets! On his planet, everything is the exact opposite. Canines rule the world! Before returning home, he promises to make things right . . . or maybe wrong.


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Review: Backward Bowwow (DC Super-Pets)

User Review  - Donna - Goodreads

Books for new readers have needed a definite shot in the arm for a long time. It is such difficult work to learn how to read and to be rewarded with books with drab illustrations or non-stories is a ... Read full review

Review: Backward Bowwow (DC Super-Pets)

User Review  - Beatrice A - Goodreads

The book is good, because for some reason, Bizarro Krypto is afraid of cats. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Sarah Hines Stephens has authored more than 60 books for children, and written about all kinds of characters, from Jedi to princesses. Though she has some stellar red boots, she is still holding out for an invisible plane and thinks a Lasso of Truth could come in handy parenting her two wonder kids. When she is not writing, gardening, or saving the world by teaching about recycling, Sarah enjoys spending time with her heroic husband and super friends.

Born in Chicago, Art Baltazar found his way early to comic book art and has been cartooning ever since he can recall. With a frenetic, hip hop style, Baltazar began self-publishing in 1994 with such titles as The Cray-Baby Adventures, Gyro-Man, Captain Camel & the Space Chicken, Jimmy Dydo, Lunar Lizard, Meteor Mite and the famous Patrick the Wolf Boy. Art has also drawn coloring books for Warner Bros. Art recently finished work on SUPERMAN FAMILY ADVENTURES, and is now co-writing the new series THE GREEN TEAM: TEEN TRILLIONAIRES. Art lives outside of Chicago with his wife, Rose, and children Sonny, Gordon, and Audrey.

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