Mr. Big

Mr. Big

A Tale of Pond Life

Book - 2012
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Pond dwellers make a plan to rid the pond of the destructive snapping turtle, but what does that mean for the delicate balance of the pond ecosystem, especially when a new and more vicious predator is found lurking in the deep?
Publisher: New York : Skyhorse Pub., 2012
ISBN: 9781616089672
Branch Call Number: J 741 .5973 DEM
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill.. ;,27 cm
Additional Contributors: Axtell, Jason
Dembicki, Matt
Alternative Title: Mister Big

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JCLChrisK Apr 30, 2013

A half-hearted three stars because the appearance and promise are so appealing that I can't quite make myself penalize it down to two for the mediocre storytelling and heavy-handed moralizing. It's positive, just not quite good.

The pond residents have all decided that they're fed up with snapping turtle Mr. Big constantly killing them and terrorizing the pond, so they band together to ask the crows for help eliminating him. But then an invasive outsider shows up and creates an even bigger problem than Mr. Big, so that the residents are hoping he'll protect them by eliminating the new guy. The crows? They hope both die so they can become the new top-of-the-food-chain.

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