Ben Franklin's in My Bathroom! (History Pals) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-05-27 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 28 user ratings

" Very funny read yet full of history information. Great ready for middle years readers! " said.

" Silly and fun but very predictable. I liked the graphic "flashback" parts the most. It would be a good choice for a kid who likes the graphic hybrids and who either likes historical fiction or needs to read one for school. " said.

" What a fun and informative story for elementary kids. The author added enough information that you understand all Ben Franklin did, and enough heart to the characters that it wasn't just fluff. I look forward to the next one in the series. " said.

" Nolan and his little sister are hanging out in their kitchen one day, arguing, when a strange contraption shows up. They mess around with it--and suddenly, Ben Franklin is in the kitchen, too! Thus ensues some hilarity and some history, mixed with some family drama. It reminded me of Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, albeit more appropriate for elementary school. " said.

" Cute story for younger readers, perhaps grades 2-5 depending on ability. I know more about Ben Franklin after reading this book than I did before and It was effortless! Fun story and personable characters made it a page turner. Can't wait to pass this copy of "Ben Franklin's in My Bathroom!" to my son's 4th grade classroom. Thanks goodreads for selecting me to receive this copy! " said.

" This is a hilarious science fiction-graphic novel-time travel kind of a story. Nolan finds a package on his front step and as he's trying to figure out how to use it when Ben Franklin shows up. Ben Franklin hangs out with Nolan and his little sister all day while a snoopy kid tries to figure out what's going on. There's a lot of biographical information about Ben Franklin and a little piece about fathers and sons that will touch a few hearts. A very fun read. " said.

"Perfect book for third to fifth graders! Nolan and his sister, Olive, bring Benjamin Franklin to the future. Ben spends the day with the two kids visiting the library, the fire department and the pool. All Nolan wants to do is send Ben back but Olive loves showing Benjamin Franklin all the cool things about this century. Funny, serious, facts and fiction all rolled into one. I loved the What Nolan Knows pages at the end with the truth behind the stories. I love that the illustration on the last page hints at the next book! I can’t wait to recommend this book to my students and I can’t wait to read the sequel!" said.

"With an old-fashioned crystal radio that mysteriously appears on his doorstep, Nolan brings Benjamin Franklin through time into the present. Along with Nolan's sister, Olive, Franklin explores the town, seeing what has become of his grand ideas such as libraries, fire stations, and (of course) electricity. But will he get home before Nolan's meddling neighbor Tommy Tuttle finds out too much?

Franklin's adventures (and misadventures) are funny and told well. Interspersed throughout are graphic novel-style renderings of the stories Franklin tells about his adventures with electricity, creating libraries, and inventing swim fins. The back of the book includes more information on these stories and a bibliography for students to read more if they wish.
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