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Caveboy Dave: More Scrawny Than Brawny Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-05-06 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings
ISBN:0147516587
LANGUAGE:English

" Goofy and oddly endearing. Funny coincidence - two graphic novels featuring prehistoric misfits this year. " said.

" A very silly graphic novel - not a lot of meat to it. I liked it more towards the end. Kids will love it though. " said.

" This made me snort: "pokeyhorns, rippy-beaks, and stabby-cats are among the threatening beasts of Dave’s era." -Publisher's Weekly review " said.

" I was not a huge fan of the artwork, and there were times when I was confused about what the cave people knew and didn't know of modern words, but I think kids will enjoy this one and it has STEM applications. " said.

" Will have to buy at least 2 copies of this new graphic novel by the "Creepy Carrots" author. Will recommend to my fans of Zita the Spacegirl. Humorous and tons of wordplay and a few STEM references built into plot. Fans will be eagerly awaiting sequel. " said.

" I finally got to read Caveboy Dave! I've been looking forward to this for months. It's a fun children's graphic novel about Dave Unga-Bunga, the grandson of the inventor of fire and the son of the inventor of the wheel, and how he wants to prove himself. I like the ridiculous situations and the humor. Thanks for the recommendation, Sam! " said.

" In this graphic novel set in prehistoric time, caveboy Dave has big shoes to fill if he wants to live up to his inventor heritage since his dad invented the wheel and grandad invented fire. Dave’s own attempts at invention, underwear and forks, meet a lukewarm reception from the rest of the clan. When Dave and the other teens venture alone into the wild for their coming of age ‘baby-go-boom’ ceremony, Dave’s ability to think in new ways could save the day. " said.

" Read aloud comic for my 7 year old. It was RIDICULOUS, and the dialog was so funny I begrugingly laughed more than I'd bargained for. The older kids would often join reading time when they heard it from the other room. FAR more clever and entertaining than I'd thought going into it. I really think in general reading comics out loud is cumbersome and annoying. But I started doing voices to help differentiate the characters and this was a huge hit. This ended up being a seriously cute comic. " said.

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