Silliness abounds in this offbeat early graphic novel with loads of heart.
In the pocket of a faded pair of hand-me-down jeans, a tiny ball of lint lives alone. Linty’s days are all much the same: Some cardio. Sightseeing (“So blue!”). Solo Marco Polo. Until one day, a boy starts wearing the jeans and everything changes. Before long, Linty has a parade of visitors: an acorn, a coin, pizza crust. Soon, the pocket is packed with new friends, and Linty is having a blast! But, uh-oh . . . Wash Day! Is Linty’s world about to be turned upside down, again?
An in-jean-ious idea. Kids will never think of their pant pockets the same way again!
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