Review! Lobo Goes to the Galapagos by C.L. Murphy


No that’s not my Halloween werewolf imitation!

It’s my “I’m going to tell you about a howlin’ good book” cry!

A book starring my favorite Canis Lupus –



lovableloboLobo’s newest adventure takes him to the Galapagos Islands!
Lobo Goes to the GalapagosThe Adventures of Lovable Lobo: Lobo Goes to the Galapagos

Written and Illustrated by C.L. Murphy

32 pages – ages 4+

Published by Peanut Butter Prose on August 22, 2014

Summary (author’s summary) Lobo returns in this adventure, sweeter and a bit salty this time. This lil’ wolf pup finds that there’s nothing like a little sea air to bring out the best in him and his unlikely tag-alongs. Take a trip to the Galapagos with Lobo and his right-hand raven, Roxy, as they help an injured, new feathered friend return home. Lobo faces some fears and witnesses the joy that comes from helping others in this “birds of a different feather DO flock together” tale.

What I thought Lobo is a great wolf pup. He is a character that lots of young kids (and older kids!) will love. He is cute and friendly, and will help anyone in need. Lobo is a great friend. Ms. Murphy is a great author who has written a great addition to a marvelous series. I like how this book includes a lesser known species in it – the blue-footed booby. To be more specific, a blue-footed booby named Bobby (HA!). The adventures that Lobo goes on are very fun to read about. I like how this book tells about the Galapagos Islands, even including a map of the islands. The illustrations are cool and kid-friendly. They are realistic, fun to look at and have great detail in them. I like how they kind of look 3D-ish too.

lobo1Lobo is a great character and I always enjoy reading about his adventures. In this book it is nice that Lobo helps a new friend by helping him get back home. There is also a great message of trust in the book.

I give this book five out of five bookworms!fivebooks

Check out the trailer for the book!


Want to learn more?!? Find Ms. Murphy on  Twitter, Facebook, or her blog HERE (her website is really fun and had activities you can print out to go with her books). 🙂

Categories: Age 6-9

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20 replies

  1. Yep. I thought it was a Halloweensie entry! We ‘ll check Lobo out.

  2. Wow I thought that was going to be your Halloweensie entry for a minute:)

  3. Too cool! I must get all of these Lobos books. What a fab trailer too. I wish I could do trailers like that.

  4. Lobo sounds like an adorable character and his adverture makes for a wonderful read.

  5. I love the crab holding the SOS sign, and did you know not all boobies have blue feet?! I am also still editing my Halloweensie entry so have an interview up today!

  6. I feel so honored to be your FAV Canis Lupis! Ouyay areway ourway avoritefay idkay ookbay eviewerray! Not real Latin, but close. #PigLatin Thank you for the howlin’ fun review, SuperKid! <3

  7. You just like keeping us in Halloweenie suspense! Well, at least you’ve left us with Lovable Lobo, and that’s a treat!

  8. Lobo seems sweet and friendly. I am not even afraid of him!

    Love and licks,

  9. That Lobo sure has some fine adventures!

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