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Book details
  • SubGenre:Action & Adventure / General
  • Age Range (years):13 and up
  • Language:English
  • Series title:Sugar Glider Fire
  • Series Number:2
  • Pages:61
  • eBook ISBN:9780984828357

Fly High, Superguy!

by Dr. Ape

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Sugar Glider Fire books is a 7 - book, illustrated, comedy series that rhymes like Dr. Seuss. The books transport us on an educational, magical journey of a whacky family of Sugargliders who travel worldwide to save Christmas.
A young sugar glider, Nick has just learned to fly in a magical Australian rainforest. His wild and crazy family take him to a party where they get lost while being attacked by a large tattooed ogre named Purple Pete. While searching for his family, Nick finds a magic Santa suit. It makes him want to be a cheerful giver and fly faster than a spaceship. Nick needs all the help he can get because his family may have been taken to the North Pole. The ogre, Purple Pete is joined by devil dwarfs and yule goats on a mission to rip off Christmas. Nick teams up with the Sugarglider Air Force, flying squirrels, foxes, bulls, Martians, and Santa Claus in an effort to find his family and save Christmas. They go on a worldwide journey packed with laughs, action, adventure, and some important lessons in life. A surprise ending even surprises Santa.
About the author
Mama Mia, Mama My-O, here's Dr. Ape's autobio. As a young chimp swinging through trees was not done with ease. I was a brat who liked to tease. My poor Ma an Pa, I could never please. In tenth grade I was expelled from the school of the chimps. Who likes to take orders from teachers that are wimps? They told me to leave our pack of gorrillas. Crazy stuff I did in school caused too many thrilla's. I roamed a vast jungle known as Chicago. That's where I learned to ride a wild Hog-O. There were other apes like me. We all road Harleys. We learned a lot by sleeping on roofs with a monkey called Charlie. Sometimes I even slept in cars, tired from playing on the monkey bars. Laughter seemed to be good medicine in a world such as ours. Ape's in the jungle must survive by their wits. This always caused laughter in fits. I laughed too hard and fell into some pits. But it's not how you fall down. It's how you get back up. I revived with a drink from a loving cup. You may get a weird look if you write a funny book. Pay no attention. At least you're not a crook. The Supernatural College of Knowledge gave me a job. Now I'm a teacher instead of a slob. I work out after writing so I don't turn into a blob. Thanks for your time, Dr. Ape and the Rhyme.