Synopses & Reviews
The happiest day of Wink?s life was when he was accepted to the Summer Moon School for Young Ninjas. He is sure that he will be a great ninja. Silence is the fi rst lesson and everyone is very very silent . . . except for Wink. Stealth is the second lesson and everyone is very very stealthy . . . except for Wink. Finally, Wink decides that he will be silent and
stealthy. But no one notices! What?s the point of being a great ninja if no one notices? Maybe Wink wasn?t
meant to be a ninja?
This daring debut is an adventure-lover?s dream.
andquot;Fluffy fun that promotes visual literacy and will make a positive addition to interactive storytime collections.andquot;
andmdash;School Library Journal
andquot;Santosoand#39;s art conveys broadly comical action, and his slightly retro palette and exaggerated cartoon style are well-suited to the undercover prowess Spy Guy seeks.andquot;
andquot;Santosoandrsquo;s crisp images and liberal use of white space keep the focus on domestic comedy...but it quickly turns into a tribute to savvy parental mentoring.andquot;
andquot;Santosoand#39;s wonderfully noirish illustrations make this book fun and engaging, as do Youngand#39;s rhyme schemes and wordplay.andquot;
The happiest day of Wink's life is when he is accepted to the Summer Moon School for Young Ninjas. Wink decides that he will be silent and stealthy like a ninja should be, but no one notices. What's the point of being a great ninja if no one notices? Full color.
A little guy just wants to be a spy in this funny, rhythmic picture book about sneakiness andand#160;perseverance, featuring a sweet father-son bond.and#160;
Spy Guy is a spyandmdash;but not a very good one. Heand#39;s too loud, too squeaky, and in need of a good disguise. All Spy Guy wants is to figure out the secret to spying. But as the Chief says, that he must discover for himself. With a lot of trial and even more error, can Spy Guy figure out the secret to spying?
About the Author
J. C. Phillipps has studied art, theatre, 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.