I must admit, I was intrigued when I first heard about Pingo. All I knew was that it was about a boy who stops believing in his imaginary friend – and so the imaginary friend goes rogue.
That’s right. He becomes an imaginary enemy.
I finally checked it out at the library last week, and I love it. Brandon Mull can tell them long or short – either way, he’s very good at what he does. The illustrator did a very nice job, too. The pictures are amazing.
If you have a kid; if you know a kid; if you are a kid; if you like kids – you have to read this.
It’s just that good.