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Pranks and Attacks! (Tao, the Little Samurai) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-06-27 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 4 user ratings
ISBN:1467721743
LANGUAGE:English

" hilarious. one page comics about a group of kids in a karate school. super funny. " said.

" Funny, one page comics about a samurai in training and his many hijinks and mishaps. Recommended for kids who like manga, or the Ariol series. Grades 3-5. " said.

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" A little samurai is always getting into trouble and mischief at Master Snow's famous school. Done strip style, but there a relationship between all the strips so they hang together as a book. Very funny, with multicultural references and tons of kid appeal. " said.

" Each page or so is a comic. Easy to read for beginning readers. Interest level would be 2nd grade through about 6th grade. Tao and his friends are pretty amusing. Reminds me of the cartoon Tiny Toons. A lot of physical, slapstick humor. " said.

" Tao's hi-jinks remind me a lot of Calvin's troubles in school. This silly book about a martial arts school and the not-so-stellar student, Tao, is a fine read for young martial artists. And they very nicely footnote martial arts/foreign language terms if you're not a practitioner and need a definition. " said.

"Tao is an energetic (sometimes) little guy at samurai school. He causes all sorts of mayhem and laughter as he interacts with his fellows students and instructors. His antics are somewhat reminiscent of Dennis the Menace. Despite the setting of a samurai school, the situations he gets himself into will resonate with many young readers. Each page is it's own little vignette of Tao's life. They start with a wise samurai adage that illustrates Tao's personality perfectly. The illustrations are a perfect fit and will entertain readers of all ages. Young fans of Big Nate and Diary of a Wimpy Kid will appreciate these volumes as well.
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"This is adorable and a wonderful comic for beginning readers. The art is soo cute and features both boy and girl characters. Taking place at a martial arts school each "story" is only a one-page short that ends in a humorous gag but also has a hint of moral which is usually applied to Tao, the titular misfit, or one of the other kids, but the teachers are targets as well. Occasionally there is a two-pager but the one-page comics will be a hit with young readers. For me, I would have preferred a running story line but have to admit that after finishing the little book, the characters had developed and I've taken a shine to them. I'd read the next volume and certainly recommend for libraries and young readers. " said.

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