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Mameshiba: We Could Be Heroes

Mameshiba We Could Be Heroes They re cute they re curious they re bean dogs The Japanese sensations are coming to the U S in their first ever adventures Reads L to R Western Style Meet Mameshiba The Japanese sensations are comi

  • Title: Mameshiba: We Could Be Heroes
  • Author: James Turner Jorge Monlongo
  • ISBN: 9781421541280
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Paperback
  • They re cute, they re curious, they re bean dogs The Japanese sensations are coming to the U.S in their first ever adventures.Reads L to R Western Style Meet Mameshiba The Japanese sensations are coming to the U.S in their first ever graphic novel series Now that these irresistibly cute, irrepressibly curious characters have been unleashed, there s no telling whereThey re cute, they re curious, they re bean dogs The Japanese sensations are coming to the U.S in their first ever adventures.Reads L to R Western Style Meet Mameshiba The Japanese sensations are coming to the U.S in their first ever graphic novel series Now that these irresistibly cute, irrepressibly curious characters have been unleashed, there s no telling where they ll turn up Once upon a time.A monster growled from under the bed.An almond was super duper sized.A chili bean fell in love.Mameshiba are back for laughs, trivia, and adventure

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    1. My 3rd grade son loves this - a testament to it's cross gender appeal. The world needs more comic books about silly jellybeans who flap their ears and occasionally emit donuts. At one point, though, when Dr. Peanut's Zoom-A-Tron Dehydrator Gun misses Cocoa Bean (who couldn't stand still) and travels miles away to accidentally shrink Farmer Bean's prize squash, my younger son cried. He was worked up anyway, but that was a bit too much. I placated him with a story about what happened. FYI the humo [...]


    2. "When Einstein wanted to understand the universe, how did he do it?""Marshmallows?""NO! With SCIENCE!"But the Mameshiba do live in the kind of world where most problems could be solved with marshmallows -- everything is unbelievably cute and happy. The artwork is very "kawaii," and reminded me a lot of Adventure Time. AND there's a Magic Sky Walrus who belches out cotton candy cloudswhich cinches this book's status as a winner, in my opinion. This isn't great literature, but it's good, solid fun [...]


    3. Either I adapted to liking the style of Mameshiba: On the Loose!, or this newest installment of the Mameshiba books was more entertaining. Either way, I enjoyed it. It's humorous and adventurous, and whereas On the Loose! seemed more appropriate for younger children, this one is great for kids and adults alike.






    4. Cute, but not as cute as the first one. Maybe because the last segment reminded me of Adventure Time and I hate Adventure Time.


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