Gabby and Gator

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Yen Press, Nov 10, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 192 pages
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Gator has just never seemed to fit in with the other neighborhood pets...probably because he has a nasty habit of eating the other neighborhood pets. Flushed down the toilet as just a little snapper, Gator spends his days alone in the sewers...

On the streets above, little Gabby has never seemed to fit in with the other kids in town. She'd rather collect bottles and practice her tuba than gossip with the girls down at the pool, but it does get lonely being the only vegetarian on the block...

When Gabby and Gator meet, their fun and adventures prove that the best friends are those who accept you as you are, teeth and all!

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User Review  - Cheryl_in_CC_NV - LibraryThing

Well that was a quick read. Good book, just awfully concise. Love the satirical touches, for example the airhead fickle blond girls and the sexy news reporter. Love just how cute a story it is, all ... Read full review

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User Review  - mmesullivan - LibraryThing

Gabby is an independent little girl but often feel lonely until she meets Gator. Gator has a nasty habit of eating other pets and is not accepted by the neighbourhood pets and was flushed down the ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

James Burks started drawing as a little kid and hasn't stopped since. Along the way he's written and illustrated some books of his own, including "Gabby and Gator", "Beep and Bah", and "Bird and Squirrel on the Run." The illustrator of Monstore", James lives in southern California with his family.

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