The Bad Guys: Episode 2: Mission Unpluckable

The Bad Guys Episode Mission Unpluckable They sound like the Bad Guys they look like the Bad Guys and they even smell like the Bad Guys But Mr Wolf Mr Piranha Mr Snake and Mr Shark are about to change all of that Mr Wolf has a daring plan

  • Title: The Bad Guys: Episode 2: Mission Unpluckable
  • Author: Aaron Blabey
  • ISBN: 9781760154127
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Paperback
  • They sound like the Bad Guys, they look like the Bad Guys and they even smell like the Bad Guys But Mr Wolf, Mr Piranha, Mr Snake and Mr Shark are about to change all of that Mr Wolf has a daring plan for the Bad Guys first good mission The gang are going to break 200 dogs out of the Maximum Security City Dog Pound.

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    1. This is the second book in The Bad Guys series by Aaron Blabey. Since we recently read the first book, we knew what direction this tale would go in and yet I think this book is even funnier than the first. The story has some moral lessons about doing the right thing and helping others, but overall, it's just a fun story. We are looking forward to reading more of the books in this series soon.

    2. AS SEEN ON: A THOUSAND WORDS A MILLION BOOKSI received a review copy from India in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are entirely my own. It’s been a while since I read the first instalment of the Bay Guys series. I remember being hesitant because it wasn’t a genre I read anymore (I left behind Children’s and MG books a long time ago) but the book actually seemed quite funny so I decided to give it a try.And to my own surprise, I LOVED THE BOOK.The illustrations wer [...]

    3. I really liked book 1 of The Bad Guys series and book three and four look like they will be a lot of fun as well. So far I would say that book two is the weakest in the series. My 6 year old still enjoyed it, but, I found it a bit of a drag. It just takes forever for them to get into this chicken farm. It's still funny, but, it's not funny enough to be able to enjoy listening to your kid s l o w l y read it to you This one isn't bad, it's still a lot more fun than a lot of kids books out there, [...]

    4. These are cute and funny. Very quick reads, perfect for reluctant readers or those who like a good laugh. Aimed at the early elementary crowd.

    5. The plot was better than episode 1. It still feels flat due without any substance to go with the humor.

    6. These books are absolutely hysterical and brilliant! Loved this second installment. I can't wait to give these to kids at the library this summer!

    7. This series is growing on me. It's pretty ridiculous, but I think they are great reads for emergent readers that aren't quite ready for chapter books yet. This is an area of literature that has been greatly lacking in recent years and it is nice to see a captivating series for this age group.

    8. Pros -I could relate to the shark character about not liking spiders -The illustrations were cute and adorable -Very quick and easy read -Even though they are titled as the “bad guys” they’re actually attempting to be the good guys Cons-Wasn’t for my age group so it wasn’t a fulfilling storyI found this graphic novel to be charming, adorable, cute, and a quick and easy read. Even though this isn’t for my age group I still enjoyed the book. After I finished this book, I didn’t reali [...]

    9. I would actually give this 2nd book in this series 4.5 stars. The pictures and antics of these characters had me laughing out loud. Mission Unpluckable - I enjoyed this episode of this series even more than the 1st.Wolf is still determined to prove that he and his friends (Shark, Piranha, Snake and new buddy Tarantula), aren't the Bad Guys, but in fact the Good Guys. What better way to do that than free other animals from their cages?So a local chicken farm becomes their target - the only proble [...]

    10. Now that you know the bad guys are trying diligently to be good guys they need to do something else heroic - how about rescue chickens from a factory?They need to enlist a new member with computer skills so tarantula comes in. Tarantula scares Shark, Snake really wants to eat the chickens and Pirahna keeps getting called sardine.Another endearing adventure and more are coming. Good fun.

    11. Initial thoughts: a fun book to read out loud and for beginner readers to start with. I didn't think it was as funny as the first book but did get funnier towards the end.

    12. I couldn't find number 1, but I saw number 2 on the shelf so we're starting here, I'll get it in order eventually. This is an adorably funny chapter book mostly told through pictures and dialogue between the characters. The art is very fun and silly, and it keeps the story moving more than the "plot" itself does. It feels more like a simple comic book rather than a chapter book or a picture book. It all has to do with the thin borders around each different interaction that allows this to move aw [...]

    13. Early Chapter Book ReviewSummary:The bad guys, Mr. Wolf, Mr. Piranha, Mr. Snake, and Mr. Shark are still on their quest to become good guys in their Good Guys Club. This time, their mission is to rescue chickens from a cage farm! During this mission, they are up against many challenges, including Mr. Snake. Also known as the chicken swallower! Join them on their next mission to see if they can finally become good guys!Questions:1. Before reading, did you think the animals shown on the cover seem [...]

    14. A comic/novel hybrid for young readers you follow the madcap adventures of a group of talking animals who are typically identified as 'bad guys'. The first book is introductions and a light starting adventure to establish the characters. It's cute, it's a light read with many fun illustrations and it's fun to read out loud to little ones, even multiple times, which is always a plus. This time the team actually has a caper to solve and it introduces the last major member of the team. This lets th [...]

    15. After successfully freeing a bunch of puppies from the pound, the Bad Guys are on their next mission of good. This time they're going to free 10,000 chickens from horrible conditions at a chicken farm. There's just one teensy problem. The security at this chicken farm is tighter than Fort Knox. The Bad Guys will need some extra help or they'll never get in without tripping an alarm.Another fun adventure with the Bad Guys who are trying to rewrite their reputations by doing some good. A great cho [...]

    16. This book was a direct continuation of book number 1. In order to fully understand the characters history I highly recommend reading book 1 first. The 2nd book sees our "Bad Guys" plan to save chickens from the local chicken farm. Will the rest of the world perceive their actions as helpful and noble, or will they still be seen as 'bad guys doing bad things'? This book has full page images (not comic book boxes) and the text is very minimal, making this a very encouraging book for kids transitio [...]

    17. The bad guys are at it again. This time they plan to prove their goodness by freeing chickens from a chicken farm. But this plan means bringing on a spider to help and when Snake sees the chickens will he be able to rescue them without eating them?Greatly enjoyed by my 8 year old son who had not read the first installment. We got through the entire thing in about 20 minutes.Good for ages 6 and up.

    18. The bad guys return in a laugh-out-loud tale filled with mischief, mayhem, and super spy comedy. This graphic novel includes a computer hacking tarantula, hundreds of chickens needing a rescue, and the original bad guys looking for redemption. The satisfying conclusion introduces the next truly bad guy leaving young readers impatiently waiting for the next in series. - Reviewer 9

    19. Second in the series of The Bad Guys, by Aaron Blabey, Mission Unpluckable brings back Wolf, Snake, Shark, and Sardine - I mean, Piranha! This time the "bad guys" try to save some chickens from Sunnyside Chicken Farm. With no possible way into the building, what will the creatures do? An IMPOSSIBLE, LOCO, CRAZY feat, for sure! Read to find out if the Bad Guys succeed.

    20. I bought this book because I thoughts first one was hilarious. Sadly, this one did not live up to the first (as many sequels do not). It’s still a good book, but the humor (for me) wasn’t laugh out loud funny like the first book. I’m sure that kids will appreciate the humor more than adults, so I definitely recommend this book for young readers.

    21. Another fun read for elementary aged students! One plot line so the story is not complicated. Pictures to add to the excitement. Funny parts and crazy characters. And. vocabulary words, too!

    22. A satisfying sequel. I like that they addressed Shark's fear of Legs and also Snake's impulse control issues. Cute. The same concerns about Mr P apply here as the previous book but, like I said, entertaining.A fun book for the young reader on your list.

    23. Reading this series with my 8 year old son and he is loving every word! Waiting for book three to arrive ( hopefully tomorrow ) and we are both very excited to find out what our Bad Guys are going to get up to next!

    24. This book is a gem and I was surprised by how much my daughter and I enjoyed it. It was funny and original and now we are keen on reading the next books. Doesn’t take long to read but really held my daughter’s attention which is a plus for a reluctant reader.

    25. This was a really fun read. I was surprised that I liked even more than the first book in the series. More hilarious fun as the team try to change the general public's view of them as "bad guys@. I highly recommend this series.

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