Bok! Bok! Boom!

Bok Bok Boom Gordon Blue s mom drags him to a night at the opera The show turns fowl though when its star singer Honey Comb is chicknapped The evil Dr Screech plans to turn the singer s super high voice into a s

  • Title: Bok! Bok! Boom!
  • Author: Cyndi Marko
  • ISBN: 9780545610643
  • Page: 294
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Gordon Blue s mom drags him to a night at the opera The show turns fowl though when its star singer, Honey Comb, is chicknapped The evil Dr Screech plans to turn the singer s super high voice into a supersonic weapon It s up to Kung Pow Chicken to rescue Honey

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      Published :2019-03-13T08:05:47+00:00

    1 thought on “Bok! Bok! Boom!”

    1. I read this with my 4 year old son and he really enjoyed it. We read it over the course of two nights and he was really excited to read it each time. He doesn't get bored with the story at all and would have read it straight through if we had time. The storyline, full page pictures, plot and characters are all really engaging for him. There was some fun word play that he doesn't understand yet, but were fun additions to me reading it. I think these will be books he will want to reread on his own [...]

    2. Let me premise this review with the fact that I did not pick out this book to read on my own but that it was selected by my six year old son to read with me. It's a perfect book for a 1st-3rd grade boy to read. Not quite as much fun for a mom to read. This book is the only one that I have read in the series. My son informs me that I should have read Book #1 first because it's better and you need information from Book #1 to understand Book #2. I don't know that I liked this book enough to go back [...]

    3. Lots of puns and funny stuff that youngers might not get but the adults will. A fun, quick chapter book for read alone or read aloud. We may read the rest of the series. It leaves off with room for more adventure and seeing if Simon Snood or Mama Blue figure out the identity of Kung Pow Chicken or Egg Drop.

    4. I really like this series. The art is wonderful and humor is such fun. Several allusions that only adults will get adds to the enjoyment. Plus I like books about unlikely second graders and their egg brothers becoming heroes.

    5. Superhero chickens KPC (Kung Pow Chicken) and Egg Drop attend the worst concert ever with their mom and KPC's bad guy spine tinglers go crazy. Because the opera singer Honey Comb gets chicknapped during the performance. You can just imagine the rest. Hilarity and egg puns ensue.

    6. This graphic novel series for young readers is hilarious and has enough sly asides to amuse older readers as well. Second grader Gordon Blue and his sidekick Benny have superpowers that chickens don't typically possess. When opera singer Honey Comb is kidnapped during a performance, the two of them work to find her and to bring the perpetrator to justice while not revealing their actual identities to their family or the public. It's all great fun, of course, and readers will be amused by their a [...]

    7. Gordon and his little brother egg, Benedict get dragged by their mom to see Honey Comb sing in an opera. At intermission, Gordon, aka Kung Pow Chicken's butt starts to tingle, a sure-fire sign that there's trouble afoot. Sure enough, in the middle of the second act, Honey Comb is chicknapped! Filled with tons of groany puns, Gordon and Benny are hot on the trail of the latest bad guy in Fowladelphia.

    8. A fun superhero comedy for new readers, this is almost more a picture book than graphic novel or chapter book (though it’s packaged as an illustrated chapter book). There is a basic comic book style plot--with dramatic tension and a character arc--that basically serves as a framework for the humor. There is plenty of wordplay, knowing meta-asides, and winking critiques of superhero conventions. It should hit its target audience right in the funny bone.

    9. This is the second book in this early chapter book series (Kung Pow Chicken). The first 10 pages will catch you up on the basis of the series and the villain from the first book so reading the first book is not a must for reading this one. Still fully illustrated in color with text and dialog balloons.

    10. These are fun books. Funny and visually appealing. A great choice for kids who are transitioning into longer chapter books. There isn't a lot of text, but it can be used as a study of writing. Students can explore writing stories with strong illustrations and speech bubbles.

    11. Just as much fun and cleverness as the first book in this children's chapter book series. Enjoyed sharing this with my reluctant-reader 2nd grader.

    12. megan summer reading 2016, children's book, chapter book, series, kung pow chicken, superheroes, chickens, humor, early chapter, scholastic branches, second grade, third grade

    13. My five-year-old son thinks these books are fantastic. He begs me to read them to him. What more could a mom want?

    14. Read out loud to boy7, who loved it (and could have read it solo -- perfect for 1st or 2nd grade).

    15. I enjoyed this book because I like heroes. I also enjoyed this book because Kung Pow Chicken and Egg Drop were heroes. I also enjoyed this book because they saved the day.

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