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getting graphic with tweens

It is not easy reading with one eye, I can tell you. Saw the ophthalmologist yesterday for an extraction of what they thought was a cyst. One hour into the process, he still was not quite able to get it all out nor tell what it was. So, five stitches and one heckuva swollen bruised eye later...I read this book with the one eye. Hope the swelling is better tomorrow and I can do more reading and work. But, here was my effort for today:

Full color grabs and nonstop action keeps readers turning the pages of this adventure of Missile Mouse, spy. He must guard a scientist who knows the secrets behind dark plasma or the villainous members of RIP will create a doomsday weapon. Little text, spies and double agents, aliens: it's all good here. Scholastic Graphix, 2010.
Tags: gn, tweens

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