Wink: The Ninja Who Wanted to Nap

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Penguin Group USA, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Wink the Nimble Ninja is the star of the Lucky Dragon Circus! But-yawn-being a circus performer is hard work and-yawn-Wink is tired. It is time, Grandmother says, for Wink to take a nap. But every time Wink tries to lie down, his fans show up. They won't let him sleep! Fortunately, with the help of Master Zutsu and the Summer Moon School for Young Ninjas, Wink comes up with the perfect plan to find a good place to nap-alone. Illustrated with striking collages, this is a funny, high-energy follow-up to Wink: The Ninja Who Wanted to Be Noticed.

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Review: Wink: the Ninja Who Wanted to Nap

User Review  - Alyssa - Goodreads

This is the sequel to the first Wink book, again funny and with beautiful (and also amusing) cut paper illustrations. But like the first book, there are some weird authenticity things going on--there ... Read full review

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User Review  - Liz Todd - Goodreads

Wink becomes a famous ninja and has a hard time escaping the company of his fans. He must find a way to solve his problem so that he can get a nap in peace! Illustrations lead to some opportunities for inferring what is happening, as do the "cryptic" messages of the ninja master. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

J. C. Phillips has studied art, theater, and mask-making. She loves TV, movies, chocolate, pizza, and her young son, with whom she shares her art studio. She and her family live in West Hartford, Connecticut.

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