Synopses & Reviews
“[A] fun romp, a child’s fantasy, and a great little easy-to-read comic that everyone can enjoy.”
– Publishers Weekly
Luke looks on at the pigeons in Central Park, while Dad is lost in “boring Daddy talk,” and before you know it – Luke is on the Loose! He’s free as a bird, on a hilarious solo flight through New York City.
Harry Bliss, the renowned illustrator of many bestselling children’s books, finally goes on a solo flight on this own with a soaring story that will delight any young reader who has ever felt cooped up.
Luke looks on at the pigeons in Central Park and before you know it and#151;LUKE IS ON THE LOOSE!
"A great little easy-to-read comic that everyone can enjoy."and#8212;Publishers Weekly
In this Junior Library Guild selection, Luke looks at the pigeons while Dad is lost in "boring Daddy talk." Before you know it, Luke is as free as a bird, on a hilarious solo flight through New York City.
About the Author
Harry Bliss is a beloved New Yorker cartoonist and cover artist as well as the illustrator of numerous bestselling childrenand#8217;s books, including Doreen Croninand#8217;s Diary of a Worm, and Which Would You Rather Be? by Caldecott Medal-winner William Steig. His newest book for young readers is Louise, the Adventures of a Chicken by Newbery Award-winner Kate DiCamillo. This is his first comic book. Harry grew up in upstate New York in a family of artists and illustrators. He currently resides in Northern Vermont with his son and their puppy Penny, who has yet to catch her first squirrel.