Travels of Thelonious

Travels of Thelonious

Book - 2006
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At a time when animals only know myths about the talking humans who once dominated and nearly destroyed the world, a young chipmunk escapes danger in the City of Ruins and, with new friends, finds the Fog Mound, where all creatures live in peace and harmony.
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2006
ISBN: 9780689876851
Branch Call Number: J Pbk SCH
Characteristics: 214 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Buller, Jon 1943-

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CorteMaderaStaff_Judi thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 8 and 12

lms May 08, 2008

lms thinks this title is suitable for 8 years and over

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Ms_Gaye Aug 06, 2014

This animal adventure tale, written in chapters alternating between text and comic format, is set in a future time after humans have become extinct. Easy to read, yet exciting, it offers appeal for fans of graphic novels, science fiction, and adventure. First title in the Fog Mound series. For grades 3-6.

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lms May 08, 2008

"Thelonious is a young chipmunk who lives in a world where humans exist only in legend. During a violent rainstorm, his tree is ripped from the ground, and he is swept away to a city populated by animals of the lowest criminal element. He soon finds himself in the company of Olive, a bear with a gift for mechanics; Fitzgerald, a porcupine who guards the books that were left behind when the humans died; and Brown, a shifty lizard who joins their group to escape a life of slavery. together they must find their way back to the idyllic commune that exists atop the Fog Mound. In doing so, they will discover clues as to what happened to the humans." (Novelist Review)

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