Chu's Day at the Beach

Narrated by: Neil Gaiman
Length: 5 mins
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Chu and his family are going to the beach!

Chu is excited. He will get to play in the sand and wade in the water.

But what will happen if Chu sneezes at the beach?

And what will happen if he doesn't?

©2015 Neil Gaiman (P)2015 HarperCollins Publishers
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its a great book

big sneezes from little pandas are so great! Neil Giman does it again
thank you fans of chu fana of all ages will love it

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Aaaawwww!!!! That’s cute!!!

Chu is an adorable, sneezy little panda. I like these short stories. This one was my favorite story about Chu. It’s longer than the others and Chu fixes everything with a sneeze. Great sound effects, just like the others!

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Cute

Cute children's book. I enjoyed Gaiman reading it. That added to the overall enjoyment. Short but worth a read.

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Neil Gaiman has lost his muse

I have been a Neil Gaiman fan for many years, consuming his comics and prose work indiscriminately. However, this uninspired, plot-free, racist series is not only an insult to the reader; it is an embarrassment to the author. Neil, you should show more respect for your fans. This is worse than genre crap; this is actually a waste of one’s time on earth.