Attack of the Fluffy Bunnies Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-01 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 49 user ratings

"I have just got to say. . . absolutely hilarious! I picked this up because I was looking for some "appeal to the reluctant boy reader" books. This certainly fits the ticket, but what I didn't realize was that I would enjoy it too. The premise is absolutely incredible - Giant candy eating Fluffs (bunnies) come to Earth when their marshmallow planet (that orbits a yellow Starburst sun) is destroyed by a meteor. They land near Camp Whatsitooya(near Lake Whatsosmelly). Joules and Kevin, twins, have been dropped off at camp by their parents who are going to a SPAM dessert cook-off. This books uses all of the Summer Camp and Late Night Horror Movie gags that it can - and it pulls them off creating the right amount of "campiness" to make this a well loved book. I can't wait to put it into the right kid's hands!" said.

" 84 pages. I read 5 chapters/12 pages. It’s just plain WEIRD! I cannot figure out what’s going on. Skip this one. " said.

" This is a fun read... but may be better for a middle school aged reader. " said.

" Not nearly as good as Ada Twist, Scientist, Rosie Revere, Engineer, or Iggy Peck, Architect. " said.

"What an imagination this author has!
Fluffy bunnies have to leave their home planet and end up on Earth at a summer camp. The alien bunnies are evil and take over the camp counsellors with the grand plan of taking over the world. They have to have sweet food so eat as much sweet stuff as they can find - such as crates of marshmallows.
There are three young campers who set out to save the camp and everyone in it -- and the world.

A funny, dramatic, kid-friendly chapter book with cartoon illustrations scattered throughout.
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"In one of those cases of my brain connecting two very different things, Attack of the Fluffy Bunnies had me repeatedly thinking about Wet Hot American Summer – if Wet Hot American Summer were appropriate for children. I mean this as a compliment, by the way.

Attack of the Fluffy Bunnies is quirky and weird – evil aliens that look like bunnies take over a summer camp – and, best of all, doesn’t talk down to its target audience. It’s one of those great middle-grade books that I would recommend to boys and girls, reluctant readers and bookworms. Highly recommended.
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"This is a fun book that is written with a mix of comics and standard chapter book format. This is a story about alien bunnies that invade a summer camp and try to brainwash the campers so that their heads are mushy and taste good. Jules and Kevin are two campers that do not get taken by the alien bunnies, so they have to try and save the day. I thought that this book was a fun one to read and I would definitely recommend it to kids who do not like to read that often because it is filled with images and funny jokes throughout the novel. I think that this could also be used in the classroom to teach about different kind of writing styles since this one is written in a unique way. There are multiple perspectives and comics that are written into the book which is why it has such a unique style. " said.

" Lots of fun silliness that will appeal to fans of writers like Dav Pilky and Jon Scieszka. " said.

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