Capt Underpants & the Invasion of the Incredibly Naughty Cafeteria Ladies from Outer Space

Capt Underpants the Invasion of the Incredibly Naughty Cafeteria Ladies from Outer Space Hooray for Captain Underpants Everybody s favorite waistband warrior is back ready to fight for Truth Justice and all that is Pre Shrunk and Cottony If you ve read Dav Pilkey s first two comic epic

  • Title: Capt Underpants & the Invasion of the Incredibly Naughty Cafeteria Ladies from Outer Space
  • Author: Dav Pilkey
  • ISBN: 9781407158242
  • Page: 143
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Hooray for Captain Underpants Everybody s favorite waistband warrior is back, ready to fight for Truth, Justice, and all that is Pre Shrunk and Cottony If you ve read Dav Pilkey s first two comic epics, The Adventures of Captain Underpants and Captain Underpants and the Attack of the Talking Toilets, you already know the brave Captain is really just crabby old PrincipalHooray for Captain Underpants Everybody s favorite waistband warrior is back, ready to fight for Truth, Justice, and all that is Pre Shrunk and Cottony If you ve read Dav Pilkey s first two comic epics, The Adventures of Captain Underpants and Captain Underpants and the Attack of the Talking Toilets, you already know the brave Captain is really just crabby old Principal Krupp, hypnotized into becoming the world s greatest superhero every time someone snaps their fingers And of course you know the trouble making hypnotists are none other than Jerome Horwitz Elementary School s two most notorious tricksters, George and Harold We rule Me, too Well, George and Harold surprise, surprise are at it again The cranky lunch ladies quit after George and Harold fool them into baking super volcanic krispy kupcakes that flood the school with gigantic green globs o goo Mr Krupp finds replacements and fast, but he unwittingly hires the tentacled alien trio of Zorx, Klax, and Jennifer in disguise Will they turn everyone in school into evil zombie nerds Can George and Harold save the world before it s too late All seems lost until the diabolical Zorx snaps his um, tentacles in front of Mr Krupp, and the power of wedgies comes to the rescue once again Captain Underpants s third outing is better than ever, with patented Flip o Rama animation and wacky bonus comics like Captain Underpants Wedgie Wars and Captain Underpants and the Night of the Living Lunch Ladies Ages 8 to 12 Paul Hughes

    • ✓ Capt Underpants & the Invasion of the Incredibly Naughty Cafeteria Ladies from Outer Space || ✓ PDF Read by ✓ Dav Pilkey
      143 Dav Pilkey
    • thumbnail Title: ✓ Capt Underpants & the Invasion of the Incredibly Naughty Cafeteria Ladies from Outer Space || ✓ PDF Read by ✓ Dav Pilkey
      Posted by:Dav Pilkey
      Published :2018-08-20T20:16:31+00:00

    1 thought on “Capt Underpants & the Invasion of the Incredibly Naughty Cafeteria Ladies from Outer Space”

    1. I thought I will ran out of breath while reading the title of this book. So far, this is the funniest and the silliest I've read in this graphic novel series. Underwear Cave cracked me up and readers will be entertain with the other funny lines in this 3rd installment. If you are suffering due to stress or just want to have a good laugh, then try to read this and the other books in this series.

    2. Our duo is back for a new adventure! This time featuring aliens, evil lunch ladies, zombie nerds, and of course Captain Underpants!So, I was at a book store last Saturday when, while walking through the second-hand section, I came across this book and 2 of his friends. Of course I had to bring them with me, I always wanted to continue reading this series, but always forgot to buy them from . Our duo (George and Harold) love pranking/making jokes about people. They either do this in real life or [...]

    3. We love the Captain Underpants books here, the kids for their silliness (and yes, gross humor) and the parents because these books have gotten our autistic son excited about reading and more importantly talking about reading, like no other. He eagerly snatches up the new book and runs over to show us which new sign Harold and George are going to mix up and turn into something gross this time. We've even caught him reading his Captain Underpants books—by choice! Now our daughter loves reading†[...]

    4. SNAP! POOF! It's captain underpants. I just finishes captain underpants the invasion of the evil naughty lunch ladies.George and Harold are the main characters in this book. George and Harold remind me of me and my best friend JC and I. We used to act all child like George and Harold did but now we have are self toghther and act are age ( like George and Harold did ). It takes some tough guts to try and save everybody in the world. I know it's just a book but still that's pretty cool. I got hook [...]

    5. As a third grade teacher I'm always looking for high interest high vocabulary books for my students to read. I want the book to be part of a long series in case they like it they can continue reading on their own during silent reading time. This book was not only full of high vocabulary but it was very funny. The kids loved it, especially the Flip-O-Ramas. They laughed out loud and looked forward to our daily read aloud. It was the perfect book. This book is super hilarious! I want to read the o [...]

    6. I enjoyed this book because I like Captain Underpants books. I did not like this book because I did not like the part when a very evil giant dandelion almost ate Captain Underpants, George, and Harold. I also did not like this book because I do not like naughty cafeteria ladies and evil zombie nerds.

    7. Captain Underpants and the Invasion of the Incredibly Naughty Cafeteria Ladies from Outer Space (and the Subsequent Assault of the Equally Evil Lunchroom Zombie Nerds) is about the two lovable troublemakers; George and Harold who get into more trouble than I think they know what to do with. In this particular installation, a prank they play on the lunch ladies causes them to quit and their spots to be filled by none other than Zorx, Klax and Jennifer who are evil aliens. George and Harold notice [...]

    8. Captain Underpants is the true BVD--Big Vigilant in Dipees! He is brought to life whenever two kid friends are around Mr. Krupp, the Nazi-esque principal at their school and someone snaps their fingers. With a gust of air and a smell of dirty Hanes Briefs he becomes--Tra La Laaaa!!!--Captain Underpants! In this episode, our twosome of trouble have explaining to do to the lunch ladies who (admittedly) have explaining of their own for their cuisine art which, ehhh, leaves plenty to be desired, if [...]

    9. Number one son (15 years old, with a life long aversion to 'toilet humour') borrowed this book with the aim of writing an essay arguing that it should not be on the ABC's list of Australia's favourite books. He ended up writing an essay arguing that it should be on the list as it was surprisingly funny and not as puerile as he had supposed it would be, and that it would lead children who didn't like reading to enjoy reading. Number two son (5 years old, who thinks all things underpant related ar [...]

    10. I might be tendentious, since I grew up with these books. You may even find it risible that someone of my intellectual prowess would even bother pen this review. Don't worry fellow scholar, as this book is coruscating, full of guignol moments, and simply makes other children books look antediluvian. In this book, aliens from outer space has ruined the equipoise that Captain Underpants had righted in the first two books. They disguised themselves as Cafeteria ladies and with scrofulous goals set [...]

    11. (2.5)Another book series my eight year old is into these days. I got concerned when I saw it on the list of challenged books so I figured I'd give it a look. Well, I didn't see anything disconcerting in this installment that would call for banning. Granted Captain Underpants turned out to be the school principal under hypnosis that is running around town in his chonies or perhaps it's the mischievous antics of George and Harold that might be the concern. But they're just zany characters that att [...]

    12. A wonderful read from my childhood, one I’d certainly suggest for other youngsters. Whilst it is not my all-time favourite childhood read I can still recall all the details of this one meaning it certainly left a lasting impression upon my young mind. And isn’t that what we want with children’s books, for them to leave a positive lasting impression?

    13. Perused my personal shelf of books I keep for the grands and found this for my reading challenge as a banned or challenged book. Sure, it was stupid and annoying and gross, but don't kids like that? Nothing to get your panties in a twist over, so to speak. And it was of course a quick read so didn't have to dwell on it!

    14. A hilarious, gross, entertaining, imaginative, wonderful middle grade series that left me in stitches when I was young, and I have no doubt it would have the same effect on me now at 25. Grab it for your kids and yourself and you will undoubtedly lol all the way through.

    15. This book was an easy read and very funny! I liked it because it's a silly adventure about two best friends named George and Harold who are trying to save the world with Captain Underpants from three mean aliens trying to destroy planet Earth.

    16. This book is around two young men named George and Harold. Their lunch women quit, so the vital procured insidious lunch women in mask. George and Harold had detainment for whatever remains of the year. They needed to make their own snacks. They had nutty spread and sticky worm sandwiches and fish plate of mixed greens with chocolate chips and marshmallows. At that point there is an intrusion of Zombie Geeks. At that point George snapped, and the belt warrior came flying in. Crash! Through the w [...]

    17. An alien invasion of the school cafeteria is turning the student body into zombie nerds. George and Harold try unsuccessfully to convince Principal Krupp to believe them, but when all else fails, it will be up to Principal Krupp's alter-ego, Captain Underpants, to save the day. But Captain Underpants is just a school Principal who's been hypnotized to believe he's a superhero. How can he possible stop an alien invasion?With Incredibly Graphic Violence (in Flip-O-Rama!), that's how!This is a fast [...]

    18. “Captain Underpants And The Attack of The Talking Toilets by Dav Pilkey, published by ; copyright 19971. Awards: No Awards2. Appropriate grade level: 2nd-4th grade3. Summary: This book shares yet another adventure of George, Harold and Captain Underpants as they fight against an evil group of aliens. 4. Review: Although this book is almost unnecessarily silly, it has a unique charm that children seem to love. This series is great for any reluctant readers. This offers a unique reading experien [...]

    19. Ok. Now, it's just not funny any more. It's still beloved by the little ones, but I'm spending more and more of my time explaining how "destructive" does not equal "funny". Also in this installment, I had to explain "stereotypes" when asked why all the lunch ladies were old women, why the school secretary was an old woman, and what nerds were anyway.I get that stereotypes are funny because they reduce people to less than people. But little ones today are smarter than that. Thank goodness.

    20. I think I broke some record for myself with a book having the longest title. This book is cute, but problematic. It's over with far too fast. The problems are dealt with way too easily. And, how did Harold and George know that the "lunch ladies" were from outer space before even seeing their tentacles or space ship? I do like that the kids occasionally point out they seem to know they are in a book. It makes for a silly inclusion. Kind of like SpongeBob with similar references to each cartoon be [...]

    21. The series of American children's books are about two fourth graders, George and Harold, and their mean principal Mr. Krupp, who can turn into Captain Underpants. It was published on September 1, 1999. It is the first book to feature the use of 'Extra-Strength Super Power Juice' (an invention of Zorx, Klax, and Jennifer, the antagonists of the book), which is used to give Captain Underpants super powers later in the book.

    22. This book,captain underpants and the invasion of the incredible naughty cafeteria ladies, is such a wonderful fantasy book which contains 25 1/2 chapters of really funny stories. George and Harold are funny and hilarious. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes funny fantasy stories. I believe this book is appropriate for children 6 to 12 years old.

    23. While the art is still great and there are plenty of funny lines, the jokes overall fall flat (when the aliens are named Zorx, Klax, and (wait for it) Jennifer, you know the creativity has taken a hit). The whimsy is growing tiring as is the repetition of the series’ tropes. Perhaps there is just too much going on this time around (as you can tell from the title alone).

    24. I did not really like this book because I don't like all of the super-duper long names like " The Incredibly Naughty Cafeteria Ladies from Outer Space" and "The Subsequent Assault of the Equally Evil Lunchroom Zombie Nerds". There also was also a "very evil giant dandelion" that tried to eat George, Harold and Captain Underpants.

    25.  I love this book series so much. I have re-read the books countless times.Very funny. A nice easy read with a hilarious adventure.The book uses a lot of the same patterns and jokes as the first two books in the series, but it is still a fun, interesting, and unpredictable read.The perfect series for reluctant readers.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *