Llama Unleashes the Alpacalypse (A Llama Book #2) (Hardcover)
In the hilarious follow-up to Llama Destroys the World, author/illustrator team Jonathan Stutzman and Heather Fox give Llama another shot at saving the world…from himself, in Llama Unleashes the Alpacalypse.
Llama’s back and ready to destroy the world AGAIN… this time with his best camelid, Alpaca!
Llama loves cooking. And baking. And, above all, eating.
For breakfast, Llama makes one epic spread…as well as a big mess.
But Llama hates cleaning.
So by lunch, Llama has cooked up something really devious—an idea!—and by second lunch, Llama has cloned his most fastidious friend, Alpaca, to clean his house. And Llama doesn’t stop at just one clone.
By dinner, the alpaca clones threaten to tidy the world into utter destruction—THE ALPACALYPSE* IS HERE!
Will Llama be able to fix it all before dessert?
*That’s “apocalypse” with an alpaca—get it?
Heather Fox is an illustrator and graphic designer, creating art in pen and ink, digital, and gouache. She is the illustrator of Don't Feed the Coos, Santa Baby, and the Llama trilogy. She lives in Lititz, Pennsylvania, with her husband, the writer Jonathan Stutzman. Fitz and Cleo is her debut graphic novel.
A Kids' Indie Next List Top 10 Pick
"Viewers don’t need to be familiar with Llama’s previous antics to appreciate the goofy absurdity of this outing, though the cumulative humor of Llama’s destructive tendencies is delightful...plenty of opportunities for some zesty performance work, and audiences can only hope that this isn’t Llama’s last effort to bring about the end of days." —The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
Praise for Llama Destroys the World:
“Silly fun.”—People Magazine
“[A] super silly, amazingly original, best-when-read-aloud picture book.”—BookPage
“Filled with llama drama and will having everyone laughing out loud.”—Romper
“Dessert has never seemed so epic.” —Publishers Weekly, Starred Review
“The goofy premise itself will elicit giggles, but it’s innocently wide-eyed Llama who really sells the silliness of the story.”—The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books, Starred Review
“Will make Rubin and Salmieri's fans split their own pants.” —Kirkus Reviews
“[T]his story will have readers chuckling again and again and coming back for more, just like Llama.”—School Library Journal