by Maxwell, III Eaton
Hardcover, 1 v. (unpaged), Random House Childrens Books, List Price: $12.99 |
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When Pinky doesn't show up on Saturday to take part in their traditional Adventure Day, Max goes on the hunt to find out why by interviewing polar bear, diving in mud patches, and chatting with horses throughout the afternoon.
January 3, 2008 Max, a happier version of Charlie Brown, and his slightly subversive sidekick pig, Pinky, have a colorful, comic relationship reminiscent of Calvin and Hobbes. Their young creator, Max Eaton, developed the characters over thousands of bar-napkin doodles.
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