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Kids Fiction 2339
Quirky Fun
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Larf is a private, vegetarian introvert who knows he's different from anyone else and likes it that way. He's a Sasquatch, the only one in existence, and that's just fine with him. He's happy with his routine (which he shares with his bunny Eric who might be my favorite illustration in a children's book ever). But one day, he reads about a scheduled Sasquatch appearance in a nearby city and decides to go investigate the idea of meeting someone else like him and possibly making a friend.

This book is funny, quirky, and has a very nice message. Larf is immediately loveable, and the fact that he is totally comfortable and confident in his uniqueness is fantastic. I highly recommend this book.
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Celebrating uniqueness
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