Captain Underpants and the Big, Bad Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy Part 2: The Revenge of the Ridiculous Robo-Boogers
by Dave Pilkey
Reviewed by Michael S. (age 10)
Michael S. is a student in Mrs. Salewski's 5th and 6th Grade Class
The book that I have chosen is the seventh novel of the Captain Underpants Series. The two main characters, George Beard and Harold Hutchins, are extremely funny with their mischievous adventures. In particular, the time when they were in the future and Harold took a pterodactyl home with him. Also, when Captain Underpants rescued a cat, but left the two old women stuck in a tree. Mr. Krupp really wanted to be a science teacher but instead became a principal which did not make him happy. This ultimately made him very mean to children. So as you can imagine, almost all of the jokes are played on him. For instance, Harold and George throw a party in the cafeteria and Mr. Krupp gets shot in the head with a hamburger. Another joke was when Harold made Melvin and Mr. Krupp switch bodies.
My favorite part of the book was when Melvin and Mr. Krupp switched bodies. I like this book because that doesn't happen in most books. The two characters that I liked were George Beard and Harold Hutchins. I liked them because they are so funny. This book is part of a series. This book is similar to the others in the series, but each book gets funnier and funnier. This book also has a fliporama. A fliporama is when you flip the pages of the book and it has a person on it and it looks like he is moving and I like that.
I would recommend this book for only kids eight or older. This book doesn't set the example that parents might want to teach their kid's. That is why I recommend the Captain Underpants series to kids eight and older.