Sanity & Tallulah (Paperback)
Sanity is good at science, Tallulah is good at getting into trouble, and together they’re my favorite duo of the year. When Sanity’s adorable science experiment, Princess Sparkle Destroyer of Worlds, escapes, and strange things start happening on their space station home, is PSDoW to blame? Or is there a larger mystery to solve? Smart, diverse, legitimately funny, full of action and heart—there are more adventures to come and I can’t wait!!— Bethany Strout, Tattered Cover Director of Buying and Childrens Buyer
Sanity and Tallulah live on a space station and want a pet. But, they weren't allowed to make a pet in the lab. They do it anyway and hide the pet from people. Until someone finds the pet.... with three heads! It is a great book!— Nathan, 3rd grader at Lawrence Elementary in Arvada, CO
Sanity & Tallulah live in wilnick station on the edge of the galaxy. Sanity creates a three headed cat that escapes and the station is going to lose orbit. I loved the book because there are animals, action and a lot of emotion -- and they're in space.— Dietrich, Lawrence Elementary in Arvada, CO
Best Friends. Mad Science.
It can get pretty dull living on a small, out-of-the-way station like Wilnick SS. Best Friends Sanity Jones and Tallulah Vega do their best to relieve the monotony of every day space life by finding adventures, solving mysteries, and taking turns getting each other into and out of trouble. But when Sanity's latest science project-an extremely-illegal-but-impossibly-cute three-headed kitten-escapes from the lab and starts causing havoc, the girls will have to turn the station upside down to find her-before the damage becomes irreversible!
Readers will be over the moon for this rollicking space adventure by debut author Molly Brooks.
About the Author
Molly Brooks wrote and illustrated the Sanity & Tallulah series, and is the illustrator of Flying Machines: How the Wright Brothers Soared by Alison Wilgus, as well as many short comics. Her work has appeared in the Guardian, the Boston Globe, the Nashville Scene, BUST Magazine, ESPN social, Sports Illustrated online, and others. Molly lives and works in Brooklyn, where she spends her spare time watching vintage buddy-cop shows and documenting her cats.