Captain Underpants and the Invasion of the Incredibly Naughty Cafeteria Ladies From Outer Space: Color Edition (Captain Underpants #3): (And the ... of the Equally Evil Lunchroom Zombie Nerds) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-09-08 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 2 user ratings

" 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. " said.

"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 being 11 minutes long." said.

"The boys learn about baking soda and vinegar in science class. That gives them an idea. They tape a fake recipe for cupcakes to the cafeteria door. They make it as though it is Mr. Krupp's favorite recipe and it's his birthday. The lunch ladies decide to make enough for the whole school. Well, with that amount of baking soda and vinegar, an explosion of epic proportions comes to be. The lunch ladies are upset and quit.

Where will Mr. Krupp find new help in time? From outer space. An spaceship landed on top of the school. Three evil ladies have come to take over the world. Hired!

They feed the faculty and the student body an elixir that turns them into zombie nerds who follow their command. They must be stopped.

Harold, George, and Captain Underpants are captured and taken onto the spaceship. There they foil the plot to take over Earth. All is well.

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"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-paced story with a lot of plot twists, along with Dav Pilkey's usual playing around with comic book cliches. It's got slapstic a-plenty for the younger readers, and a nice sprinkling of geeky references for the adults (Omni magazine gets namedropped!).

It also does a nice job of making a big change in the nature of the whole Captain Underpants series, introducing changes that will be of major consequence in the books that come after this one.

This felt like a nice leveling-up for this series.
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"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 window, he goes. He beat up the Zombies and the lunch women in mask. At last, Harold made his renowned root lager. It influences the insidious ones swing to over into kids once more.

I loved this book since it is super-clever. It ought to be the #1 book in America. I would give it 100 votes or an A+. It is kind of abnormal. It has flip-o-rama that is super amusing. I think it is engaging. The mammoth Dandelion of Fate is terrifying and abnormal looking. The outsiders are as well. They are awesome delineations. The craftsman is awesome.

I prescribe this book for second to fifth graders since it is a great book by Dav Pilkey. It comes in both English and Spanish. It is entertaining.
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" Funny and engaging, these books celebrate childhood creativity as George and Harold joyfully see their comic book creation come to life. " said.

" So, love, love!! " said.

" 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. " said.

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