Disney Zootopia: School Days (Younger Readers Graphic Novel) (Hardcover)

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By Jimmy Gownley, Leandro Ricardo da Silva (Illustrator), Wes Dzioba (Illustrator)
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Young Judy Hopps and young Nick Wilde create learning experiences for themselves and others in two stories created especially for younger readers!

Judy and her friend, Will the Wombat, take a school field trip to the Bunnyburrow Carrot Museum. When the teacher announces a fun scavenger hunt for the class, Judy and Will team up--but class bully, Gideon, has a devious plan of his own to steal the game. Judy and Will must use their wit and finesse to win the game the honest way and to teach Gideon a lesson. Nick has an overactive imagination and he just can't concentrate in class. When the teacher tells him he must get a perfect score on his math lesson, Nick must use his many talents to get through the most difficult obstacle yet - homework!

This story collection from writer Jimmy Gownley (Amelia Rules!) and artist Leandro Ricardo da Silva, with colors by Wes Dzioba (Serenity, Star Wars: Invasion, Aliens vs. Predator: Three World War) and letters by Chris Dickey (Cable, X-Men: The Hidden Years), collects two stories from the world of Zootopia. They're written especially for younger readers, but will appeal to fans of all ages! Bonus story-related activities and special features are also included in this volume.

About the Author

Jimmy Gownley began writing and drawing comics at the age of fifteen. He is an advocate for kids' comics, having cofounded the organization Kids Love Comics, which works to promote comic books and graphic novels as a valuable tool for literacy and education in schools, libraries, and at home. He lives with his wife Karen and their twin daughters, Stella and Anna, in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781506712055
ISBN-10: 1506712053
Publisher: Dark Horse Books
Publication Date: October 22nd, 2019
Pages: 48