Peanut Butter and Jelly (A Narwhal and Jelly Book #3) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-07-07 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

"**I received a digital copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review**

The latest in the Narwhal books is here! I requested this one for my son Ivan. He loves Narwhal, and this didn't disappoint.

First he read it. His review is that it's the perfect length, but he wishes it had been longer because he enjoyed it so. And that it was really funny.

He told me I had to read it. I planned on it, I'm a reviewer here.

I read it out loud, both boys listened. I heard a few chuckles from my oldest. I laughed too, Narwhal is silly and Jelly is a great straight man.

I did think it was crazy short. I mean, I read it out loud in less than 15 minutes. I'd put this as a great early graphic novel.
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"I received this book as an ARC and am new to the series. But, oh man this book has made me a believer. The book is just adorable. Not adorable in the annoying cutesy fart way, but adorable in an uncluttered visually appealing way. This book, and I would have to assume series seems like it would launch a 1000 memes for adults and still be silly and approachable for young readers. A very uncommon combination in books. I enjoyed the lighthearted tone, the graphics, and occasional interesting science fact thrown in. (Good for trivia night as an adult.) I would highly recommend this novel to the 2nd-5th grade reader.

As a side note, I can definitely empathize with Narwhal's obsession with his new favorite food. I too find myself feeling like Narwhal. You may call me Madam von peanut.
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"'Peanut Butter and Jelly' by Ben Clanton is actually the third entry in the Narwhal and Jelly series. I absolutely love this graphic novel series for very young readers.

Jelly has a new snack and when he realizes that all Narwhal eats is waffles, he tries to get Narwhal to try something new. To say that Narwhal goes a bit overboard is a bit of an understatement. Can Jelly get his friend back to normal? There is also a kind of backup story featuring Super Waffle and Strawberry Sidekick.

I love these two very odd friends. I love the gentle humor and I wish I had a little kid around to share this with so we could both crack up laughing. I actually look forward to each installment in this series.

I received a review copy of this graphic novel from Tundra Books, Penguin Random House Canada, and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. Thank you for allowing me to review this graphic novel.
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"Did you hear the rumor about Narwhal and his new peanut butter obsession? I don’t want to spread it…

PB&J? That’s totally my jam! At least, that’s what Narwhal would say at the end of this cute book. Ben Clanton has managed to make a fan out of my daughter, who loves Narwhal and Jelly. A few aquatic animal facts are snuck in the middle of the story (don’t think I didn’t notice!). The idea of the story is an adorable Narwhal who only eats waffles and the friend who suggests trying something new. In this case, it’s a peanut butter cookie. But in true Narwhal story fashion, things get out of control, from one extreme to the other: now only wanting to eat peanut butter.

Young readers will love the silliness of this book as well as the inserted Peanut Butter and Floyd comic. The theme: try new things, but maybe not overdo it. I appreciate that the story took a pause when Jelly pointed out that some are allergic to peanuts. This would be an excellent read for grades 2nd-4th. Cute story and a great addition to any Narwhal library! I received a complimentary copy from Net Galley in exchange for my honest opinion.
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" This one one of the most adorable books that I have ever read. So cute. " said.

" I'm pretty sure this one is my favorite Narwhal (Peanut Butter) and Jelly (Floyd) book so far! " said.

" Advance Reading Copy provided in exchange for an honest review.Still cute and nonsensical, though probably a little less value than previous volumes. It was silly, but not as endearing as I thought it would be, as the first two were. There were less values in it, less "be yourself" messages. A bit of a miss for me, though still cute and wonderfully illustrated. " said.

"Simply adorable, as expected. Narwhal is surprised to find out that there are other foods that aren’t waffles, but when he tries, he becomes obsessed with them! Jelly remains the voice of reason while still encouraging his friend to be himself.

Really, there’s not much else I can say about this aside from go read it! While I’m not the biggest fan of the interjections, I can overlook them for the bright and colorful style and the general adorableness of Narwhal and Jelly’s friendship.

Thank you to NetGalley for providing me with a free copy to review!

(Cross posted on my blog.)
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