Wonkenstein

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Obert Skye read his first book at age two He wrote his first story at age four And he was nearly trampled by a herd of water buffalo at age six For a short time, he lived on the Isle of Skye in Scotland, where he spent time as a candy taster Several years ago, Obert Skye says, he discovered the existence of Foo Publishing his story as a fictional series was not Obert s first choice Neverthel

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  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • Wonkenstein
  • Obert Skye
  • English
  • 22 October 2018
  • 9780805092684

10 thoughts on “Wonkenstein

  1. says:

    THIS BOOK IS AWESOME SO THIS BOY NAMED ROBERT COLOMBO BURNSIDE HAS A LOT OF PROBLEMS LIKE HE HAS A WEIRD DOORKNOB AND HE CALLS THIS GUY IN HIS DOORKNOB BEARDY HE ALWAYS SMILES AT ROBERT AND WINKS AT HIM AND HIS BEST FRIEND IS TREVOR AND HIS FRIENDS ARE JACK, ROURK,AARON AND TEDDY AND HE HAS A SISTER NAMED LIBBY COLOMBO BURNSIDE AND HE HAS A SMALL BROTHER NAMED PUFFIN BUT ROBERT COULD NOT SAY PUFFIN SO HE CALLS HIM TUFFIN COLOMBO BURNSIDE

  2. says:

    This was a average book The main part of the book was about a creature from Rob s closet that he named Wonkenstein because the creature was have Willy Wonka and half Frankenstein At the end of the story, the problem isn t really solved Wonkenstein just goes back in to the closet Although, it did not solve the problem very well, it was a funny book It made me laugh a few times I suggest this book for 4th 6th graders Pass the 6th grade, I think this would too easy of a book to read I hope you get the chance to read it.

  3. says:

    Robert Columbo Burnside is a twelve year old boy He hates reading and cleaning, and is just beginning to like girls His closet is full of failed science experiments, books his mother gave him, and whatever else he can fit inside One day, a creature pops out It seems to be a cross between Willy Wonka and Frankenstein s monster, so Rob decides to call it Wonkenstein, Wonk for short Hilarity ensues As Rob tries to deal with being in seventh grade, impress Janae, and hide Wonk, a series of misunderstandings lead up to him standing in front of the whole school, forced to read a dramatic poem Somehow, everything works out.This book is definitely written for fans of Diary of a Wimpy Kid, which I am I enjoyed it It was pretty predictable, definitely geared toward a younger audience, but a fun read I really enjoyed the illustrations as well.Content Advisory None, except a very large belch at one point.

  4. says:

    Ready for a great read that will make you laugh out loud I loved this book, it kept me laughing and it kept me reading there s a sequel to this one that I ll be purchasing soon Robert has this great, big closet that he soon discovers is a fabulous place for storing things, stashing things, especially when it comes time to clean.However, one day a little man comes out of his closet He half grunts, half talks about Charlie If only Robert had read some of his books he d understand that this little man is half Frankenstein, half Willy Wonka After adventures together, a few misadventures, and after reading a couple of books, Robert figures out most of his problems.Fans of Wimpy Kid or Dork Diaries or Big Nate will enjoy this book

  5. says:

    Goofy, but a fun read I d enjoy reading in the series Library

  6. says:

    I read this in one evening and a quick follow up Short, quick, but laugh out loud funny Especially the illustrations

  7. says:

    Rob has better things to do than read the copious amount of books his parents thrust at him Instead, he thrusts them in his closet along with the mess from his room, old science experiments, and anything else he wants to keep out of sight But one day, strange noises can be heard from his closet, and Rob must figure out what to do with the creature he calls Wonkenstein half Willy Wonka, half Frankenstein.To be honest, this was not my favorite book I liked the premise of a kid having to read books that a creature is based off of in order to figure out what to do with that creature, but I don t feel like this book really delivered on that thought Reading the books actually was of a passive moment in Rob s life Skye opted to spend time focusing on Rob s personal life as he tries to navigate school and some of the embarrassing situations that come up from trying to hide a unpredictable creature from your closet.This book wasn t bad It s probably perfect for a middle aged kid who will enjoy the jokes, turn of phrase humor, and hand drawn pictures It just wasn t the book for me I think we will be skipping the rest of this series.

  8. says:

    Rob is a middle school guy with a typical older sister, who loves herself, a much younger brother, who needs to be entertained, a mother who has no energy and is always asleep on the couch and a busy salesman father, who lives to sell playground equipment His friends range from nerdy to weird and his mother would rather he had better friends Rob is not a reader, he does not like school and likes cleaning even less So when he has to clean up his room, he shoves it all in a closet that was a makeshift science lab, but, hey, it s off the floor But one day a strange little creature who looks like a split between Willy Wonky and Frankenstein comes walking out of his closet and the closet stays locked tight no matter what they try to do so that Wonkenstein cannot go back where he came from But a friendship develops and Wonkenstein helps Robert to find new ways of looking at things and also gets him in some very hairy situations A lot of fun and great illustrations.

  9. says:

    Not a bad book that would be a great choice for middle grade boys who are reluctant readers Lots of humorous drawings to fit in with the story of a boy with a crazy closet door and all the mishaps that happen when a 1 2 Willy Wonka and 1 2 Frankenstein creature appears Twelve year old underachiever Rob has better things to do than read His parents give him lots of books but most of them just end up in the messy pile of junk he keeps locked in his closet that once doubled as a makeshift science laboratory One day, Rob hears weird sounds coming from behind his closet door and discovers a funny little creature that seems to be a cross between two characters from books he s tried to ignore He names him Wonkenstein Keeping track of Wonk is hard work But with help from friends and a little off the wall magic, Rob and Wonkenstein s crazy adventures set the stage for great laughs and Rob might even read some good books along the way.

  10. says:

    Someone who came to life from two books touching each other in a closet came from a different world shows an average boy how wonky things can help you be better than the best just from getting to school with him Incredible

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