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Captain's Adventures Underpants (Book 1)
Georges and Harold have made the greatest supers in the story of their primary education - and now they'll make him come to live! Those are Captain underpants! The ADVENTURES OF CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS is ideal for beginners and chapterbook reader with funny images on each page. And, like Dav's other best-selling humour books, it will give even the most unwilling reader endless pleasure.
Captain's adventures Underpants (9780439082822): Or Dav Pilkey: The Books
I talked about books, and I talked to him about Roald Dahl's "The Twits" (one of my long-time favorites of this author). "He asked me, did you see Captain Underpants?" And then he spoiled me with the stories of Mr. Krupp and Harold and George. My unfortunate client took me one of his own copy of Captain Underpants at the follow-up so I could see what he was about.
The next goddamn next goddamn visit, I promise I'd have seen the whole show. You' re the only physician here who's willing to study Captain Underpants. I' ve been reading Captain Underpants and I' ve enjoyed it very much. It' one of the most forbidden books in the USA, which probably shows you that it is highly efficient to reach your readers.
Laughing with joy, Harold and George's adventure, I recalled all the early lessons I had with my younger sister as I made up handy gags that kept getting us into difficulties. I' ve seen some of the reviewers expressing concerns that the show promotes denial of authority, but I have some comments to make.
Honestly, if children had to go to a boarding-school where the principal punishes indecent behavior by getting them to brush his home and cut his grass, I would object. Secondly, I seriously question whether to read Captain Underpants will turn a child into a delinquent or villain of the law.
When you really look at the kind of things that turn children into delinquents, you don't read books. Third, Captain Underpants was marvelously resourceful. Personally, I like that it inspires children to daydream and introduce themselves, and not to be tied to the dictate of our age. Let the children have fun being children.
They should even be reading it out of respect for everything that is cotton-like and shrunken, if they like the captain.