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Grades K - 3Grade 3n/a2.56609

Calvin and Hobbes meets Big Nate meets Bone in HILO-the hilarious, action-packed New York Times Bestselling GRAPHIC NOVEL SERIES kids AND critics love! "A Total BLAST," says the Miami Herald!

DJ and Gina are TOTALLY ordinary kids. But Hilo . . . isn’t. HILO is just settling into life on earth (Bowling? Knock-knock jokes? OUTSTANDING!) when strange portals begin opening up all over town. And HOLY MACKEREL! Even STRANGER creatures are coming through them! But it will take more than a GIANT MUTANT CHICKEN, A VIKING HIPPO, A MAGICAL WARRIOR CAT, or even a few MILLION KILLER VEGETABLES to stop Team Hilo . . . er, WON’T IT? Can Hilo, DJ, and GINA figure out how to send these creatures back to their worlds before they DESTROY the earth?

Hardcover, 208 pages
Published on May 17, 2016 by Random House Books for Young Readers
ISBN-10: 0385386230
ISBN-13: 9780385386234
4 Book Reviews
  • grapefruit
    grapefruitSaturday, March 24, 2018 at 5:39 am55 stars
    In this book, Hilo the robot is back--and stronger than ever. Be prepared for more alien madness, craziness, and fun just like the first book! A cliffhanger ending makes you want to rush to buy the next book, unless you don't want to know what Razorwark wants to do next...
    • ohhnews
      ohhnewsFriday, September 8, 2017 at 11:52 am33 stars
      what is this book about
      • habiibacute4
        habiibacute4Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 7:05 am
        I really want to read this book!!💖💖
        • awesomessb
          awesomessbTuesday, July 12, 2016 at 1:28 pm55 stars
          Hilarious, just like the 1st!

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