HarperCollins, Jan 8, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
A sniffly little panda worries that his enormous sneezes will be disruptive when his mother takes him to a dusty library and his father takes him to a diner where other customers use plenty of pepper. By the Newbery Medal-winning author of The Graveyard Book. 100,000 first printing.
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Review: Chu's Day (Chu #1)User Review - Alex Sarll - Goodreads
I grew up on Richard Scarry, so I'm fine with animals in clothes, even a whale running a diner. But these implausibly active pandas are bullshit. If you want a panda lead, ditch all the daytrips and excitement and make a stoner comedy. Read full review
Review: Chu's Day (Chu #1)User Review - Devan - Goodreads
Summary: Chu, a bear, causes bad things to happen when he sneezes. Chu goes different places with his parents all day and almost sneezes a couple of times, but does not. When they go to the circus he ... Read full review