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Captain Awesome vs. the Evil Babysitter

Captain Awesome vs. the Evil Babysitter

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Captain Awesome vs. the Evil Babysitter

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4.5/5 (4 valutazioni)
Lunghezza:
87 pagine
21 minuti
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Pubblicato:
Jul 15, 2014
ISBN:
9781481404488
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Captain Awesome is up against his greatest villain yet when he’s stuck with a babysitter for an entire weekend. Will the Sunnyview Superhero Squad prevail?

Eugene McGillicudy’s parents are going away for the weekend, and they have just said the most horrible, ear-splitting words an eight-year-old boy could hear: “Your babysitter will be here any minute.”

NO! How will Captain Awesome and the Sunnyview Superhero Squad hold their top-secret evil-fighting meetings? How will the superheroes even be able to protect Sunnyview if Captain Awesome is constantly being monitored? And when the babysitter makes Eugene do things like eat all the broccoli on his plate, and won’t let him call his best friend Charlie (aka Nacho Cheese Man), Eugene is sure she’s a villain. Will Captain Awesome be able to save himself (oh, and his little sister) from the evil babysitter?

With easy-to-read language and illustrations on almost every page, the Captain Awesome chapter books are perfect for beginning readers.
Editore:
Pubblicato:
Jul 15, 2014
ISBN:
9781481404488
Formato:
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Informazioni sull'autore

Stan Kirby tied a beach towel around his neck and became Super Commander Beach Boy when he was six years old. When Stan’s not creating the awesome adventures of Captain Awesome, he loves reading comic books, eating okra, and hang gliding (but not at the same time).

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TICK, TOCK, TICK, TOCK.

Eugene stared at the clock on the wall as his second-grade teacher, Ms. Beasley, said lots of words he wasn’t listening to. He had more important things to think about.

Like: Was the bell ever going ring?

And: What was taking the weekend so long to get here?

I have big plans, Eugene thought. Big weekend plans!

THE WEEKEND!

Eugene squirmed in his chair. He could hardly wait for it. Friday. Saturday. Sunday. Are there any three days that go together better? They’re like cake, icing, and sprinkles! They’re like popping a balloon and finding it’s full of ice cream! They’re like, well, you get the idea.

Eugene scribbled in his notebook the top three things he loved most about weekends:

1) No homework!

2) No homework!

3) No homework!

Those don’t look like math problems, Dork-gene.

CAUGHT!

It was My. Me. Mine. Meredith!

Meredith Mooney was the pinkest girl in school. With her pink dress, pink shoes, pink socks, and pink ribbons in her hair, she was so pink that cotton candy was jealous.

It’s nothing, Meredith. Eugene quickly slid his list under his math book. Just my big plans for the weekend.

Ha. Big plans. She laughed. "Big loser plans is more like it."

She turned away, still laughing.

Eugene didn’t care. Nothing was going to ruin his weekend.

This is going to be the best weekend ever in the history of Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, thought Eugene.

It was just like that story in

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  • (4/5)
    What a fun and silly book. Obviously not for someone my age, but I think a child of 8 or so would really enjoy a book like this. Eugene's parents are heading out of time and he is freaking out and trying to figure out how the Sunnyview Super Hero Squad will have secret meetings and such, while a babysitter is constantly monitoring him. I do not want to give away a whole lot, but this is a perfect series of chapter books for that young reader who is looking to move on from picture books and move into chapter books. The text and story line are easy to read and capture the audience perfectly!