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A Newbury medal winner? No. A novel that will change your child’s perspective and prove the impetus to go to medical school? Er, no. A lot of silly fun with over the top puns and memorable characters that your fourth grader will read and re-read? Yes. You probably won’t like this book, but your kids will likely love it. In service,Rich Check it out!
From School Library Journal Grade 3-5 Far, far away in the Starburst galaxy (just beyond the Milky Way but not as far as the Peanut Cluster), a flaming meteor smashes the marshmallow Planet of the Fluffs into sticky goo. Faced with planetary meltdown, Fierce, Large, Ugly, and Ferocious Furballs hop a salvaged rocket ship and head for Earth, seeking a fresh source of sugary energy. Meanwhile, Earth twins Joules and Kevin arrive at Camp Whatsitooya. The boys are horror-film fans, and they quickly find that the camp has all the hallmarks of a fright-night flick. There are odd noises and unearthly creatures and a smashed spaceship out in the woods. Even worse, the counselors all seem to be turning into zombies. The kids discover that the Fluffs have taken over and plan to reduce the campers’ brains to quivering sweet mush perfect food for the invaders. Can Joules and Kevin find a way to defeat the killer space bunnies or will the fuzzy fiends get them first? The off-the-wall plot bounces from crisis to crisis as the twins use their movie expertise to predict the next emergency. The rather acerbic narrator frequently breaks page to address readers with asides, directions, and even mock commercials. Black-and-white cartoons some in multipanel-comic form and a lot of in-text graphic sound words add to the wacky fun. Similar in tone to Jon Sciezka’s Time Warp Trio series (Viking), but for a slightly older audience, this title should have special appeal to reluctant readers, especially boys. Elaine E. Knight, Lincoln Elementary Schools, IL Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Attack of the Fluffy Bunnies Hardcover – May 1, 2010 by Andrea Beaty (Author) Review
It was a great book. I would highly recommend it to anyone who likes comedy. The only thing I was not thrilled with was it got boring in the middle, but good from 60 percent and up till the end of the book -Read Reviews-
This book is amazing. It had a humongous mystery and a very good ending. This book is very funny. There are funny pictures. I have read this book two times already. I am 8 years old. I recommend this book to any second graders or above.
Tags: 9781419705199, Action & Adventure - General, Ages 9-12 Fiction, Andrea Beaty, Animals - Rabbits, Attack of the Fluffy Bunnies, Camps, Children: Grades 4-6, Children's Books, Dan Santat, Extraterrestrial beings, Fantasy, Fiction, General, Harry N. Abrams, Humorous stories, Humorous stories (Children's, Juvenile Fiction, Juvenile Science Fiction, Science Fiction, Teenage), Twins