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Luke on the Loose (Toon) by Harry Bliss
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Luke on the Loose (Toon)

by Harry Bliss

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'Luke on the Loose' is a graphic novel by Harry Bliss who follows a boy named Luke and his fascination with pigeons. While his father is having a conversation with another man, Luke chases after pigeons throughout the city, causing havoc and misfortune to occur along the way. After rescued by firemen, Luke is brought back to the park, except this time is on a leash. This is a funny story for younger children to read and is a great opportunity to discuss safety rules with them as well. ( )
  Jennaroo82 | May 1, 2017 |
This book is fun! It would definitely engage young or older readers. it is sure to get some laughs.This could be a a way for teachers or parents to start a conversions about safety. The conversation might be remembered easier since its funny and engaging.
  AshleyTimonen | Mar 12, 2017 |
Luke is at the park with his dad, who is talking to another dad, when Luke gets distracted by some pigeons. He chases them all over town created havoc on different situations, then finally falls asleep with them on top of a building. Firemen come to the rescue then he is given back to his parents. Then the next day he is back at the park with his dad, who is talking to the other dad, this time though Luke is on a leash! ( )
  SatinaJensen | Aug 9, 2016 |
Two fathers are in the part talking "blah, blah, blah blah blah," when Luke, one of their sons takes off running. Follow his escapades around town --- including a fire department rescue and then...... Great early graphic novel! ( )
  Librarian09 | Mar 28, 2016 |
A young boy's fascination with pigeons soon erupts into a full-blown chase around Central Park, across the Brooklyn Bridge, through a fancy restaurant, and into the sky. ( )
  paula-childrenslib | Mar 26, 2016 |
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The art is simple, easy-to-read, and colorful. At times, I would have rather seen Bliss use slightly thicker lines to give his characters more weight, but that’s a preference, not a flaw.
 
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A young boy's fascination with pigeons soon erupts into a full-blown chase around Central Park, across the Brooklyn Bridge, through a fancy restaurant, and into the sky.

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