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Paperback Captain Underpants and the Big, Bad Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy, Part 2 (Pt.2) Book

ISBN: 043997772X

ISBN13: 9780439977722

Captain Underpants and the Big, Bad Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy, Part 2 (Pt.2)

(Book #7 in the Captain Underpants Series)

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This description may be from another edition of this product. Clearly one epic novel could never contain the hugely disgusting tale of the Bionic Booger Boy; it makes perfect sense that his story would spill out into Dav Pilkey's seventh epic novel in the...

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captain underpants

Got this to add to my son's collection of captain underpants books. He likes them all. These are funny stories that make kids want to read.

lunch Bunch Book Review

I read a book called Captain Underpants and the Big Bad Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy Part 1: The night of the Nasty Nostril Nuggets by Dav Pilkey. I am in 6th grade and 11 years old. I think people ages 9 to adult should read this book because younger kids would try to timmitate the book. The book is about this kid named Melvin who turns himself into a bionic booger. Where he gets the bionic part is that he combined himself with a robot, but at the last second he sneezed. I liked this book. I liked this book because it was full of action. I like action because it is violent. This book deserves a 4 out of 5. This is a very good book. I didn't like some of it because it was gross. This is a very good book so I think you should read this.

fantastic read

This series of books are a fantastic read. They keep my 7 and 5 year olds very amused and I get a laugh out of them as well. I would highly recommend them.

A Guy In Underwear

This captain underpants is about a little boy and an adult that wears underwear. These two boys name George and Harold switched their prinsiple and some dorky kid name Melvi. George and Harold switched their brains accidently. So now Mr. Krupp their principal has his brain in Melvin and Melvin has his brain in Mr. Krupp's. In this book I liked how George and Harold reacted when Mr. Krupp act's like a little kid, and how Melvin act's like is that he is mean all the time to others. I would rcommened this book to others becaues to me I think this book is funny and very interesting.

chuckles galore

This book is soooooooooooooooo funny I thought I'd split my side laughing. The one thing that makes it a little(just a little) worse than other C.U. books is the fact that it does not contain an INCREDIBLY GRAPHIC VIOLENCE CHAPTER(IN FLIP-O-RAMA!). But this book is still funny and really good. Parents might find the humor offensive but it is still hilarious and the toilet stuff is kept at a minimum. There is one part where George says (spoilers!), "Big BMs have always made me think of you," but that is practically the only joke of its kind in the book. One more thing: Those of you who have recently finished Nostril Nuggets and think this will finish off the saga, it won't. It leaves you hanging yet again with the prelude for what is shaping up to be the most exciting C.U. book yet! Stay Tuned!
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