Joey and Johnny, the Ninjas: Get Mooned

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Joey and Johnny, the Ninjas: Get Mooned

Kevin Serwacki, Chris Pallace, Mark Turetsky


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Joey and Johnny, the Ninjas: Get Mooned is the first book in a clever, insanely funny, and highly entertaining illustrated series about two best friends and ninjas-in-training, perfect for fans of the Origami Yoda series.

Joey and Johnny are best friends, but they could not be more different. Joey follows all the rules. Johnny doesn't know what rules are. Joey is strategic. Johnny leaves everything up to chance. Joey is serious. Johnny is . . . well, he carries a clown hammer and wears a dooly-bopper on his head. But there is something these two boys have in common: They are ninjas. And they're both students at Kick Foot Academy, the premier ninja school in Lemming Falls.

But Kick Foot Academy's reputation is about to be put to the test. Their rivals at Red Moon Clan have mysteriously come into possession of state-of-the-art weapons—something that is totally not ninja. And now they have challenged Kick Foot Academy to a Test of Three, culminating in an epic Battle Royal. The outcome will determine which ninja school reigns supreme . . . and which shuts down forever.


Kevin Serwacki:

Kevin Serwacki was born in Nairobi, Kenya, deep in the heart of the jungle. His path as a writer was set when his illustrated essay titled "Kevin's Waves and Boats" was given an A and posted on the refrigerator door. The showing was a stellar success, and soon Kevin's empire dominated the refrigerator and had spread to the downstairs guest bathroom. He sits in a swivel chair, overlooking the city. There are other refrigerator doors and other guest bathrooms, and soon they shall be his. . . .

Chris Pallace is a dad, husband, writer, game designer, professional artist, amateur cook, and intermediate juggler. His own father once observed: there's the Easy Way, the Hard Way, and the Chris Way. The Chris Way intends to be easier than the Easy Way, but is almost always harder than the Hard Way. While admitting that that is true, Chris would like to point out that it is the journey he enjoys.