Papa’s promotion propels the Pudgys into perilous, pulse-pounding predicaments in paradise.
This merry, alliterative adventure takes the Pudgy family from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Pogo Pogo in the South Pacific. Penned by the screenwriter whose film credits include “Jumanji” and “Summer of the Monkeys,” it’s packed with whimsical illustrations and portly protagonists.
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A veteran screenwriter (“Jumanji,” “Bingo,” “Summer of the Monkeys,” “Space Warriors”), Jim Strain is a native of Denver, Colorado. He’s dabbled in theater, contributed to magazines and newspapers, and published a few books. He wears many other hats including that of a lecturer at UCLA, consultant, and sometimes artist. Although now living in Los Angeles, Jim remains a die-hard Denver Bronco fan and gauges his value as a human being from week to week by the team’s success or failure.