Captain Underpants and the Attack of the Talking Toilets

Captain Underpants and the Attack of the Talking Toilets George And Harold Are Usually Responsible Kidswhenever Anything Bad Happens, George And Harold Are Usually Responsible And It Looks Like They Re Up To Their Old Tricks Again First, They Ruined The School S Science Fair With A Series Of Silly Pranks Then, They Accidentally Created An Army Of Evil, Vicious, Talking Toilets, Intent On Taking Over The World Who Will Stop The Carnivorous Commodes This Looks Like A Job For Captain Underpants

David Dav Pilkey b March 4, 1966 , is a popular children s author and artist Pilkey is best known as the author and illustrator of the Captain Underpants book series He lives near Seattle, Washington with his wife, Sayuri.

➥ [Epub] ➟ Captain Underpants and the Attack of the Talking Toilets By Dav Pilkey ➯ –
  • Paperback
  • Captain Underpants and the Attack of the Talking Toilets
  • Dav Pilkey
  • English
  • 06 August 2018
  • 9789351032236

10 thoughts on “Captain Underpants and the Attack of the Talking Toilets

  1. says:

    You know, I almost don t want to admit it, but I enjoyed Captain Underpants Not to the point that I feel like I need to read another one, but certainly than I expected George and Harold are two bright yet precocious young men who write their own comic books about a character they call Captain Underpants Due to some accident that occurs in the first Captain Underpants book, their principal is occasionally hypnotized to believe he is Captain Underpants, during which time he sheds his clothes and his toupee and runs around the school in his tightie whities with a curtain tied around his neck The books have lots of drawings, including a few pages of George and Harold s actual comic book, as well a flip pages where the action is entirely in pictures However, I found the text to have some challenging vocabulary when reading with my Reading Buddy, Bradley, we looked up defiantly and gullible in the dictionary, and I defined toupee , some important concepts we talked about the difference between one dimensional, two dimensional, and three dimensional , and even irony Yes, it s primarily third grade boy humor, like making the talking toilets throw up by stuffing them with creamed chipped beef from the school cafeteria, but it s also quite fun.

  2. says:

    I enjoyed reading this second installment in this graphic novel series I find it less funny than the first one but nevertheless, readers will still laugh with the potty adventures of George, Harold and Captain Underpants.

  3. says:

    Captain Underpants and the Attack of the Talking Toilets is a silly, kid dominate, heroic story One unlikely superhero, and two children try to save the day against weird toilets It is probably the scariest villain for a potty training child I actually did not read this book, but Jacqueline read it to me and to my husband She found it hilarious, especially Captain Underpants attire She had great fun with the flip o rama, and the colorful pages Captain Underpants is her new favorite story line It brought me back to my childhood, when I was reading these novels, but I believe she has enjoyed them than I did I wish I could of showed you how she was laughing.There are a lot of harder words for a four year old, but she did fairly well reading and I got to introduce her to the dictionary.

  4. says:

    Decidedly less funny than the first Captain Underpants book I m not expecting high humor, here, but the kids didn t even really laugh at this one Although they did engage in a lively debate about why toilets would even need to wear underwear Who knows, maybe they re budding debate club members Honestly, do our politicians even have debates much above this level

  5. says:

    My first Captain Underpants book and I loved it Jokes and gags were well thought and effectively executed.The scene where the boys switched the letters from Come in and see our pretty armchairs to Come in and see out hairy armpits had me in stitches Oh, and the collection of flip o ramas during action sequences add wonders.

  6. says:

    Captain Underpants and the Attack of the Talking Toilets opens with a comic strip giving a premise of the book telling the true story of how they hypnotized their principal Two boys, Harold and George transform their principal into Captain Underpants whenever they snap their fingers To stay out of trouble, the boys receive detention but instead find themselves in a world of trouble They stumble on a super copier that breathes life into 2 D illustrations Harold and Greg copied their newest comic strip about talking toilets that indeed attack This ridiculous read is perfect for young children who love nonsense books with fun rhyme, cartoon artwork, and silly jokes The pictures really make the reader feel as though they are reading a comic strip when they are actually reading a book These fourth grade boys and their crazy antics appeal to many children, boys and girls, throughout the elementary levels of readers.

  7. says:

    3.5 Stars

  8. says:

    I know I knowDon t judge me.I read comics and go to the younger book section when I m stressed V V

  9. says:

    Captain Underpants is an amazing childrens series I wish I would ve read them when I was little I regret that I haven t But now I am, and I m having a good time Captain Underpants is an enjoyable and funny read I like the pictures too I find it impressive that the author writes and draws Usually childrens authors hire illustrators, but not this one I m looking forward to reading of Dav Pilke s books.

  10. says:

    George and Harold see a sign on there way to school it says second annual invention convention then suddenly Mr.Krupp there principal jumps out of the bushes behind the sign and says they cant go but George and Harold are prepared they sneek into the gym and find melvin they make a deal with him that they wont mess up his invention if he says they were never here, he agrees then they sbotage all the other inventions and get to work then melvin changes his mind and tells Mr.Krupp.I would recommend this book to a second grader.

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