Captain Underpants and the Big, Bad Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy, Part 2 The Revenge of the Ridiculous Robo-Boogers (Paperback)
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|The Captain is back in Part 2 of the Big, Bad Battle of the Bionic Booger Boy. Watch out for loads of adventure and excitement in this conclusion to the biggest cliffhanger since "Who Shot J.R." on "Dallas"! And, no, we're not going to tell you anything else about this book!|
From the Publisher:
George, Harold, Captain Underpants, and Sulu the bionic hamster battle the three ridiculous Robo-Boogers in an attempt to turn the Bionic Booger Boy back into Melvin Sneedly.
The seventh book in Dav Pilkey's mega-bestselling Captain Underpants series. Now with super-cool foil covers! Shiny! Fun!
Just when they thought they were out, it pulls them back in! Our heroes beat the Bionic Booger Boy, but they forgot about those rascally Robo-Boogers. Join George, Harold, Mr. Krupp, Melvin Sneedly, and Sulu the Bionic Hamster on an adventure that will take them into the deepest regions of outer space and back through time to the mysterious and uncharted world of the day before yesterday! It's a monster-mashin', robo-wranglin', time-travelin', brain-switchin', nose-pickin' good time!
A lover of wordplay, especially puns, Dav (pronounced "Dave") Pilkey is the author and illustrator of fiction and nonfiction books for children. Pilkey is known for his outrageous sense of humor and some of his more popular characters include an intellectually challenged family of rabbits (the Dumb Bunnies books) and a school principal who is unwittingly hypnotized by his students into becoming a crime fighter (the Captain Underpants books). As an artist, Pilkey works in a variety of mediums including, he claims, Hamburger Helper and Dijon mustard. His 1997 illustrations for the book PAPERBOY earned him a Caldecott Honor citation.