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Squish #2: Brave New Pond (edition 2011)

by Jennifer L. Holm, Matt Holm, Jennifer L. Holm (Illustrator), Matt Holm (Illustrator)

Series: Squish (2)

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Starting a new school year, Squish, a meek amoeba who loves the comic book exploits of his favorite hero, "Super Amoeba," is determined to get picked for kickball and hang out with the cool kids.
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Title:Squish #2: Brave New Pond
Authors:Jennifer L. Holm
Other authors:Matt Holm, Jennifer L. Holm (Illustrator), Matt Holm (Illustrator)
Info:Random House Books for Young Readers (2011), Paperback, 96 pages
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Squish #2: Brave New Pond by Jennifer L. Holm

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This graphic novel is about microorganisms in a school and our main character is Squish, an amoeba, who is navigating his new school with his friends. He struggles with choosing his friends/ his true self versus being popular and friends with the algae brothers. The use of color is strict since the comic book that Squish reads is in black and white and the actual graphic novel itself only really uses the color green. This novel is targeted to intermediate readers.
  Faith.Burnett. | Mar 29, 2021 |
Second in the Squish graphic chapter books for kids. Will Pod and Squish fit in at school this year?
  bp0128bd | Jan 24, 2014 |
Second in the Squish graphic chapter books for kids. Will Pod and Squish fit in at school this year?
  Phill242 | May 6, 2013 |
To what lengths will Squish go to be part of the cool crowd? I love how his daydreams intertwine with the themes surfacing in his real world. Daydreams are drawn in grey tones make them easy to distinguish from his real life drawn in black and green.
  scducharme | May 23, 2012 |
I'm not taking to Squish the same way I took to Babymouse, but it's still a quick, enjoyable read. ( )
  shazzerwise | Dec 27, 2011 |
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Starting a new school year, Squish, a meek amoeba who loves the comic book exploits of his favorite hero, "Super Amoeba," is determined to get picked for kickball and hang out with the cool kids.

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