Dont Buy That Bottle, Blobby Blobberino!

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Bobby is a Blob Fish with a big problem! Should he buy his favorite drink if it comes in a plastic container that the villainous King Six Rings will use to make a Plastic Monster? Find out inside this hilarious book!

This (climate) changes everything! Saving the Planet Has Never Been so Fun! We are here to revolutionize how we talk to our kids about THE TRASHIEST issue facing our world. Yes, it’s fun. Yes, it’s fishy. Yes, it’s brimming with the empowering, climate-optimistic messages kids need to fight the plastic monsters!

JOEY MAZZARINO is a children’s television writer who has more Emmy Awards than pairs of underpants! For 26 years on Sesame Street, Joey entertained and educated kids as writer, director, performer, and head writer. He has worked on many more shows including Nature Cat and Donkey Hodie for PBS Kids. Joey loves funny talking animals, strange humongous monsters and the ocean. This is his first book series!

THAIS FREIRE SÁNCHEZ is a lead artist and illustrator. Growing up with autism, Thais found illustration as a means to communicate the full range of her personality and sense of humor. She loves creating for kids and inspiring imagination. Her most recent work has been on Harry Potter: Magic Awakened as a concept artist. Thais has always loved the weirdest of monsters, especially the ones living in the deep! 

Hardback Size: 6in. x 9in.
ISBN: 978-1-958825-87-7
Printed in the USA

eBook Format: EPUB
eBook ISBN: 978-1-958825-91-4
eBook Compatibility: iOS, iPadOS, and macOS devices
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24 pages

Copyright 2023

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