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79 of 80 people found the following review helpful
on 25 October 2003
Another fab story from the Capatin Underpants riotous series. This book is witty, amusing and so much fun, ideal for young readers to read alone..you'll hear them laughing out loud and know they're having a great read..and not a games console in sight! Just right to read aloud to even younger readers at bedtime and a perfect introduction to literature especially for reluctant readers as they won't be able to refrain from turning over the page to see what's coming next!
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful
VINE VOICEon 29 December 2003
I have no idea what this book is about - I got it and a couple of others in the series for a friends son - he spent the entire time he stayed with us reading these books and loved them - enough said!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on 15 August 2007
I ordered this book for my son who is 5 and in-between picture books and older books that have 'no colour on them so they must be boring' books.
They really appealed to his sense of humour and had us roaring with laughter. Now he likes to read during the day as well as at bedtime and my husband and i fight over who is going to read to him. Hilarously funny and i reccommend them to any adult or child who enjoys a really good laugh.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on 21 April 2004
This is an action packed story full of laughs. Captain underpants getsupto some whacky antics whilst fighting bad guys such as Bionic Booger Boyand Robo-Boogers!!! The Captain is accompanied by his trusty friendsthroughout this deep space adventure...all that and time travel too. Ihave written this review for my 7 year old son who cannot get enough ofDav pilkey's books. i was a bit worried that this wouldnt be the rightsort of reading material for him but he thrives on it so i would recommendthis to any parent for their little bookworms!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 27 November 2013
Continuing on from Part 1 this book brought the funny back for me. All the usual devices, which were getting just a tad repetitive, are here but with a funny little spin on them. There are several 'bad guys' this time around, though I'm still not crazy about the fellow student going maniacal but of course everything is sorted out in the end. Pilkey reaches out to the adults, who by this time are being forced (heehee) to read these books aloud, with some sideways jokes that adults will get on another level. I enjoyed "Commander Tomski"! Good fun all around and Pilkey seems to have started a trend now as this book ends with the set up for the next book. Not exactly a continuation like this two-parter, but we now know the doom the next book will begin with. Get ready for Pterodactyls and Purple Potty People!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
This is my son Dominic's take on this book he dug into for one afternoon after school:

This is a great book because it's realy descriptive.

It's so discriptive that you can actually imagien what happens and it's real funny too.

When you start reading it, it's like you can't stop.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 18 September 2008
It's a very humorous and action-packed book with laughs all the way, but one incy-wincy detail: it should be a bit longer!

At the beginning it's got a book within a book and it's drawn out like a comic. I think it's absolutely fantastic because it's got lots of interactive stuff like flip-o-rama. The storyline's excellent because it follows the same characters, and the drawings are brilliant.

I would recommend this book to people of all ages who like hilarious books.

By Phoenixes Class (Y6)
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on 27 November 2013
I'll start off by saying this was my least favourite of all the Captain Underpants books so far. I just didn't find it funny and actually felt sorry for the recurring character who goes a little crazy and turns into the bad guy in this episode. I don't have much to say. Kid's will probably go along for the ride easily enough. What I did like was that Ms. Ribble did indeed keep her new personality as happened in the last book and that when reading these books in order we do find development, both in plot and characterization. Happily, things turn out for our hapless villain but just as everything is all sorted out there is a big backfire and we are presented with a cliff-hanger ending that starts off the first two-parter in this series. A good time for the author to introduce something new.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 10 May 2012
I bought this for my son, who was 5 at the time. It is a little too advanced for him in some places but he loves it when I or his sister read it to him. I think he will love reading it for himself as he gets older.
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on 25 January 2008
I was interested in the book because I read the back of the book and the pictures filled the page! The main characters are Mr Krupp (Captain Underpants), Mr Melvin, George and Harold. I like Mr Krupp the best because he only wears underpants and he is very funny! Mr Krupp and Mr Melvin swap bodies and go back in time to stop it happening and then Boogers come. The Bionic Booger tries to turn everyone in to Boogers. I like the part when George and Harold always write things on the bulletin board.

Tayemar
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