Captain Underpants and the Big Bad Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy

Written by Dav Pilkey

Reviewed by Wash Your Hands in the Toliet Book Club's Class

One day, there were two boys named George and Harold who hypnotized their principal, Mr. Krupp, and whenever you snap your fingers, Mr. Krupp turns into Captain Underpants. A boy named Melvin got straight A’s. George and Harold put up a sign that said “PLEASE WASH YOUR HANDS IN THE TOILET” and Melvin washed his hands in the toilet. Everybody in Ms. Ribble’s fourth grade class had to give an oral report demonstrating how to do something. George and Harold made a demonstration of Squishies. A Squishy is when you put two ketchup packets on a toilet seat and you squish the toilet seat and then ketchup comes out of the ketchup packets. Almost all the students liked Squishies, but Melvin didn’t like it.

I think Melvin is stupid because he washed his hands in the toilet. I think the book is funny and nasty because on the cover it shows boogers. George and Harold are funny because they put up a sign that said “PLEASE WASH YOUR HANDS IN THE TOILET.” I think the book is difficult because it has the words “academically,” “defiantly,” and “unrelenting.” In the book I think things are dangerous because two girls put lasagna in a pop-up toaster and the school got on fire.

I recommend this book to people who like to wash their hands in the toilet because when they read this book they will start doing the things in this book. I would also recommend this book to Brian and anyone with a good sense of humor because they would think this is a funny book. I would recommend the book to people who like people in their underwear because, in this book, a principal named Mr. Krupp turns in a guy in his underwear. I think this book is for little kids around seven and older. I think I would recommend this book to people who like to play pranks because then they can just do these p ranks to other people.

New York Cares/Island School Reading Club's Wash Your Hands in the Toliet Book Club (2011-2012)