Simpsons Comics Simps-o-rama Paperback – 23 Aug 1996
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Matt Groening is the creator of the longest-running comedy in television history The Simpsons. It exploded into a cultural phenomenon in 1990 and has remained one of the most groundbreaking and innovative entertainment franchises, recognizable throughout the world. He followed it with his creation of the hit sci-fi series Futurama, currently one of the top-rated shows on Comedy Central. As a cartoonist, Groening began his Life in Hell weekly comic strip series in the 1980s, which he concluded in 2012. He lives in Southern California. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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A 127 page omnibus version containing Simpsons Comics '11, #12 #13 and #14 and makes this a really satisfying book of The Simpsons.
This is a whole lot cheaper way to acquire some of the first books in the series for a cheap price.
This contains books
The stories are
What's going on"The Kwik-e and the Dead!
"Survival of the Fattest
"Spare the Rod, Spoil the Grunt
"Give Me Merchandising or Give Me Death
"Rebel Without a Clutch"
"To Heir I$ Homer"
"Itchy and Scratchy - The Death's on You
"Nostalgia Ain't What it Used to Be"
The pay off is that it gets kids reading.
As a Teacher I'm always trying to encourage children to read especially sad to say mostly boys who see reading as un cool and sadly they often have real problems reading so viscious cirle. They fall further and further behind. The interest level goes too.
Now to comics. They look at the pictures follow the action then find that if they read the speech bubbles it makes it more interesting which leads to children valuing reading for enjoyment which can't be a bad thing.
If you have a reluctant reader and these tend more to be boys then you can't do better than getting them a book that is 'cool' to read in front of their friends has a high interest level and is enjoyable.