Captain Underpants: The Complete Collection by Dav Pilkey*Childrens Series*
Dav Pilkeys Captain Underpants series provides readers with a sense of comical adventure!
George and Harold are two elementary school boys who enjoy making the most outrageously naughty and comedy filled comics based around a fictional character, Captain Underpants. Captain Underpants in not your typical hero, hes short, bald, chubby, and wears tidy-whiteys! In his attempts to save the day, Captain Underpants seems to do everything but that along way, causing a great deal of chaos and trouble. From evil talking toilets space alien lunch ladies, this series is filled with the most unconventional stories youll probably ever hear!
Equipped with black and white comic like illustrations, this series is so much fun to read. My favorite illustrated asset of the series is the use of flip-o-ramas in which readers can flip and see images, similar to a flip book. This adds an element of uniqueness.
I believe that these books can be well adapted for any age group as I am 19 and STILL love them! However, I would best place the series in a 1-3 grade classroom simply because of the reading level.
I would definitely incorporate these books into my classroom library!
Pages - Varied
Tags - Superhero, Comic, Boys, Flip-o-Rama, Lunch Ladies, Toilets, Aliens, Principals, Wedgies
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He has the power to overcome Spray Starch, but can he save the world from a villain named Professor Poopypants and gigantic talking toilets? Actually, Captain Underpants is the alter-ego of a cranky, tyrannical elementary school principal who is hypnotized with a decoder ring. If any of this sounds confusing, you could ask a child in elementary school to explain it.
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Yes, you read that correctly. Captain Underpants books are polarizing among parents because we think it sets a bad example and teachers cringe because the book has underpants in the title but kids love this series by Dav Pilkey. I remember pouring over the Sunday comics, reading the Wall Street Journal upside down at our breakfast table as my dad studied it every morning, devouring Garfield and Calvin and Hobbes comic books, and then retreating to my room to read series like The Chronicles of Narnia. Kids should be allowed to read what they want for pleasure. Chances are if you let them read Captain Underpants over the summer, it will be far easier to get them to read than if you choose the book for them.