The Egg of Misery

The Egg of Misery Class G gets a new class pet from Fangbone s barbarian home world an unhatched egg of the legendary White titan Razor dragon But the evil Venomous Drool is also after the egg and Fangbone must turn

  • Title: The Egg of Misery
  • Author: Michael Rex
  • ISBN: 9781101550434
  • Page: 500
  • Format: ebook
  • Class 3G gets a new class pet from Fangbone s barbarian home world an unhatched egg of the legendary White titan Razor dragon But the evil Venomous Drool is also after the egg, and Fangbone must turn to his classmates to help protect it from dangerous enemy attacks With Eastwood Elementary s science themed pageant fast approaching, can the third graders come up with thClass 3G gets a new class pet from Fangbone s barbarian home world an unhatched egg of the legendary White titan Razor dragon But the evil Venomous Drool is also after the egg, and Fangbone must turn to his classmates to help protect it from dangerous enemy attacks With Eastwood Elementary s science themed pageant fast approaching, can the third graders come up with the perfect class project and take care of the egg until it hatches

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    1. About 3rd grade or so. Graphic novel. I didn't think this was quite as interesting as the first book in the Fangbone series, but most young boys will like it. Smelly feet, burping, and armpits all figure in the narrative with smelly feet saving the day. The story--a dragon's egg gets sent from Skullbania to Earth and Fangbone is supposed to nurture it so it will hatch. His 3rd grade classmates help him keep the egg warm and keep the egg from the dreaded Drool who wants to steal it as part of his [...]

    2. Another Fangbone winner. I hope that Rex keeps writing these so I can keep reading and recommending them."Bill the Beast, are you ill?""Your feet . . . smell . . . sooooo bad . . . ""Yes! They are fragrant and bold. They reek of a life filled with triumphant battles!"There once was a great warrior named Stinkpit the Musty. He did not use a sword or ax or club to defeat his enemies. He simply had to raise his arm, and enemies fell."Finally, Stinkpit met an army that his Pits alone could not overc [...]

    3. The Rollicking Adventure ContinuesThis is the second book in the Fangbone series and while it tells a complete stand alone story it would really be best, I think, to read the first book first. The first book sets up the whole premise of the adventure and establishes all of the characters, and this second book takes off with a bang right from the point at which book one ended. The author makes an honest attempt to bring new readers up to speed, but you will miss a lot, (about Billy, Fangbone, Cla [...]

    4. This is the second book in the Fangbone series featuring a time-traveling eight-year-old barbarian. The narrative is humorous - in a snarky, deadpan way - and will certainly appeal to the target audience (as well as many adults), but the hilarious illustrations are the highlight of the story. We all read this book independently, and it's a fun, fast read. We are all looking forward to reading the next book in the series, The Birthday Party of Dread.

    5. Class 3G gets a new challenge - to present a skit for the extinction pageant. Fangbone gets a new directive to hatch an egg so that he will have a dragon to help him guard the toe of Drool. But all is not as it seems.I love the way the whole class is coming together to support one another and the new weird kid - Fangbone - by helping him "sit" his egg. Bill is showing skills in becoming class leader of the Dodo project and the go-to guy for attack strategies against evil monsters. A super fun re [...]

    6. Volume two continues the humor, action, and grossness (smelly feet play a big part in the story) of the first volume as Fangbone and his third grade friends must continue defending the Toe from the evil Venomous Drool. I love the parts where Fangbone is trying to figure out this new world, such as when he meets his friend Bill's pet cat for the first time and wonders what it is for ("Her purpose is to be cute." Bill explains.) I think young readers will really enjoy this series!

    7. Book #2 has Fangbone once again fighting monsters & struggling to understand the crazy new world he finds himself in. Added is an egg sent to him from his time which he thinks he's been selected to care for & hatch to defeat the bad guys. However, all is not as it seems & things go from bad to worse when a crazy feathered bird hatches & tries to kill him. More hijinks ensue before Fangbone & his crew save the day.

    8. The second Fangbone book, and it was about as good as the first. Entertaining, light humor. You can read this book without having read the first and not miss any of the storyline. This time the student of 3G prepare to put on a play, while also having to deal with keeping a dragon's egg warm until it hatches. Cute and fun, even though I don't much like the sepia-style coloring.

    9. Another one of those kids' books that is SO kiddish that I couldn't get into it. These are really tough to review: I recognize that their true audience will find them brilliant and funny, butI don't know. I felt left out. I admire the author for being able to plug directly into that age level, but I can't say I enjoyed it more than three stars' worth.

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    11. The third grader in me giggles at the very mention of Fangbone's name. These books are a RIOT, and Book 2 successfully lives up to the promises of Book 1. Hooray for Fangbone! Reluctant (and avid) readers everywhere rejoice.

    12. Multiculturalism goes bezerk when third graders have to deal with Dung Trolls (One touch and you will be doomed! Puss-filled boils will cover your body and your tongue will grow hair!) and a three-foot barbarian has to survivee school pageant!!

    13. Fangbone is a natural leader. He also has really smelly feet, which come in handy when he's fighting off dung trolls. Hand sanitizer works just as well for Bill.

    14. read the first & third books of the series,now on the second,yes I know I am reading them out of order was very nice graphic novel series.

    15. Fangbone is very funny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    16. I can picture a huge amount of students all enjoying this new graphic novel series. Funny story with a nod to Dav Pilkey's books.

    17. Oh, the challenges of working together. Yet, when Fangbone is involved and the fate of his quest is at stake, everyone seems to come together.

    18. I am reading JUV graphic novels right now for my Tweens group. This one I liked. Not super fantastic but the story was entertaining and graphics pretty fair as well.

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