There’s something about a new Stuart Gibbs book that makes me set aside almost anything else on my to-be-read pile. (If Kathi Appelt, Kate DiCamillo and Stuart Gibbs all had books coming out the same week, I’d have to flip a coin, but how often does that happen?) They’re always full of action. They always make me laugh. The characters are quirky, difficult, and smart or vain, prone to accidents, and resourceful. Or maybe they’re all of these things at once. Throw in a polar bear exhibit or an air lock in space, and you can count on crazy things happening while you pick up some fun scientific information, too. They’re 100% fun.
Panda-monium is no different, and although you won’t actually see much of the main animal character, you will get more adventures and mystery at FunJungle with Teddy and his friends and foes. And you’ll learn some interesting panda facts and find out why you’ll never want to become too familiar with polar bear enclosures, too. Read on!
Panda-monium by Stuart Gibbs