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The Panda Chronicles Book 7: don't call mee boo boo! (Volume 7) Paperback – March 2, 2017
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Anne is an artist of many talents. When pandas came into her life, she put her artistic, linguistic and sense of the ironic talents together to create the world of the Panda Chronicles. It follows the unique, imaginary lives of our favorite pandas from zoos around the country, particularly ZooAtlanta, San Diego Zoo and National Zoo in Washington DC. For panda fans around the world who have forged close friendships through social media groups, Anne's Panda Chronicles gives many gifts - among them a humorous escape from daily life and a way to continue our love of the black and white in storytelling cartoons and commentary. And who doesn't love a good story? Even adults do! Through characters such as Bob (Anne's alter ego) and Mehitable (Anne's beloved feline friend, late of the Rainbow Bridge), we follow along in a reflection of the lives of our real pandas as they are born, grow, and move on to China. Mirroring the American election, Princess Pinky (BaoBao of the National Zoo) ran a tight campaign for Presydent ("Boo for eberyone! I am a Cubbergirl and a icon!") while dealing with the birth of her little brother, Bubba (Bei Bei ), who keeps telling her "Don't call mee BooBoo!" to no avail. I love the comical antics that the characters find themselves in, and it gives me great joy and a lot of laughs. It also makes me wear silly pink crowns on my head and carry magical wands to parties at Hard Rock Cafe while wearing a pink "I love Bao Bao" t-shirt (oh yes, we panda fans celebrate panda birthdays!).
In the Panda Chronicles world, none of our pandas really leave, unlike reality - all pandas born in the US really do move to China. Letting them go breaks our hearts every single time. Anne's books provide needed continuity, and a whole lot of love and fun. The kind of thing that seems most important right about now.
So, in conclusion, all I can say is that I heartily recommend this book, and books 1 through 6 as well - you will not be sorry, and it will keep Pinky from POOFing you with her magical wand. (She has no control over that thing. It's pretty scary.)