On a camping trip with the Junior Rangers, Jay feels like the odd one out. He’s determined to get a photo of Bigfoot—but none of his friends believe Bigfoot exists. But if there’s no such thing as Bigfoot, why is there a giant footprint? And who is stealing all the snacks?
Meanwhile, Sass the Sasquatch and her curious forest friends are playing practical jokes on the campers. On the last day of camp, disaster strikes when Jay falls into a rushing river. Sass comes out of the woodwork—despite her parents’ warnings to stay away from humans!—just in time to save his life. Soon after, Jay and Sass become fast friends, proving that nothing is impossible when it comes to friendship.
Told in ten short chapters, this is an accessible book with an action-packed story line perfect for building early literacy skills, with sequential illustrations that provide contextual clues to the text.
J. TORRES is a Canadian comic book writer, born in Manila, raised in Montreal, and educated at McGill University. Perhaps best known for his run on DC Comics' Teen Titans Go!, he also adapted the Chirp TV tie-in book series and writes the Chirp comic in Chirp Magazine. He has written for animation and television. Before writing comic books, Torres was an ESL instructor. He currently resides in Whitby, Ontario with his family.
AURÉLIE GRAND is a French illustrator who studied art in Vancouver and is now based in Montreal, Quebec. She also illustrated the West Meadows Detectives series.
"How to Spot a Sasquatch is a funny story with good illustrations, and it is a book that school-aged children will enjoy reading on their own."
“This title would be an excellent addition to any elementary library’s graphic novel collection.”
"With bite-size chapters and an entertaining plot, this is tailor-made for kids just starting to get comfortable with graphic novels."
"Hand this goofy bigfoot to young readers eager to get their starts in graphic novels."