The Flying Beaver Brothers and the Evil Penguin Plan

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I don't know that all kids will understand all of the jokes but there enough silly moments to satisfy most ages I believe. Jun 08, Steph rated it really liked it.

The layout of this graphic novel is very easy to read, the illustrations are super cute, and the story itself is lots of fun! Nice series, and one that readers of different levels and age could read easily! Aug 09, Marcie rated it liked it Shelves: friendship , graphic-novels. Kids are seeming to like this graphic novel series. Jul 30, Daniel Peet rated it really liked it. This book is good adventure. Dec 26, Cara rated it liked it Shelves: st-als , , ish. This was really funny, but very simple. A little below the level I was looking for. Oct 25, Diana Toole rated it it was amazing Shelves: with-roland , bedtime-reading.

We are now going to read every one of these. Fun playful graphic novel with interesting characters. Mar 29, Tanner Markle added it. I'm Ace and this is Bub.

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We're brothers, which means were always there to help each other out. He'll be fine. Brief Book Summary : Ace and Bub are preparing for a surfing competition when Ace's surfboard gets stolen by penguins. Ace and Bub soon realize these Penguins are trying to freeze the entire island. Ace and Bub work together to thwart the Penguins evil plan and then win the surf competition.

Ace, the active beaver brother, and Bub, the lazy one, are first troubled by a group of penguins attempting to use a giant underwater refrigerator to freeze their island into a cold-weather resort. At the same time, Ace's attempt to win the island's surfing competition is threatened by beaver bully Bruce's plan to sabotage Ace's surfing.

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As readers might guess, the plan ends up backfiring and helps Ace stop the penguins and win the surfing contest. In Fishy Business, Ace, Bub, and formerly evil penguins Bob and Bob must stop a group of fish from tearing down the island's forest to make cheap toy fishsticks, burning the rest of the trees and polluting the island in the process. When Bruce becomes a spokesman for the fish's sticks, they all must be awakened to the extent of the fish's destruction.

Eaton's simple cartoonish style, big action scenes, and dry sense of humor keep the story moving, and younger readers will enjoy the camaraderie and sharp characterization. Ages 6 9. Together with his brother, Bub, the beaver must not only rescue his surfboard but also stop the penguins from hatching an evil plan and destroying the whole island. The first title in Eaton s new series makes excellent use of deceptively simple art and snappy sound effects; in the opening sequence, readers will almost be able to feel the wind whistling past. Young readers will love the cartoonish characters, rendered in a three-color palette that is popular in Jennifer L.

Holm and Matthew Holm s Babymouse and Squish graphic novels. They ll also enjoy the silly puns and the wacky visual humor, such as how the penguin s submarine resembles a refrigerator. With more action than dialogue, this is an especially good pick for reluctant readers. The environmental message is on the subtle side, but kids will be eager for more beaver action, so libraries should look for volume 2 The Flying Beaver Brothers and the Fishy Business , being released at the same time.

Response to Two Professional Reviews : Both reviews mention that this book would be helpful for reluctant readers. The smaller amounts of text per page and high amounts of action really pull in the reader. I also like that this book is the first in a series so your readers can continually enjoy a concept they enjoy.

Evaluation of Literary Elements : I love the "cartonish" style of this book. The illustrations in the comic boxes really seem to make the characters move. The text bubbles are also really friendly. Consideration of Instructional Application : I think it would be great to demonstrate a comic styled story using this book. Nov 02, Liviania rated it really liked it.

Ace and Bub, the beaver brothers, are practicing for the surf competition when their board is stolen by a couple of penguins or puffins. But when they go to get it back, they discover that the penguins are up to no good! Can they thwart the penguins and win the competition against bullying beaver Bruce? Eaton is terrific at drawing action, which is good since there' Ace and Bub, the beaver brothers, are practicing for the surf competition when their board is stolen by a couple of penguins or puffins.

In particular, there is one really cool two-page spread of the brothers swimming through a tunnel in the penguins' lair. Hilariously, their submarine is a giant refrigerator. I felt sort of uneasy about the plot. The penguins are motivated by the loss of their home due to global warming. Now, obviously their plan isn't good for the beavers, but I felt weird about them being labeled "evil. Mar 13, Barbara rated it liked it Shelves: animals , graphic-novels , bullies , green-books.

Ace and Bub, two beavers who seem to attract adventure, are the stars of this graphic novel, which joins Babymouse, Squish, the Lunch Lady, all graphic novels likely inspired by the success of Diary of a Wimpy Kid. These graphic novel series are for younger readers, though, and contain the expected types of humor and confusion often popular with third and fourth graders.

While Ace is training for the upcoming surfboard competition, two penguins--definitely penguins and not puffins, a nod to a ru Ace and Bub, two beavers who seem to attract adventure, are the stars of this graphic novel, which joins Babymouse, Squish, the Lunch Lady, all graphic novels likely inspired by the success of Diary of a Wimpy Kid. While Ace is training for the upcoming surfboard competition, two penguins--definitely penguins and not puffins, a nod to a running joke in the book--take his board.

The two brothers follow them and discover a plot to freeze the island, turning it into a polar resort. Through some cunning and sheer luck, the beaver brothers sabotage the penguins' plans, and Ace still manges to win the surfing contest despite the underhanded efforts of the conniving and bullying Bruce. Readers will be entertained throughout the book, which has a surprise on its final page. The pen, ink, and blue digital colors add to the fun. I love the eco-friendly theme present in this book and the brothers' concern for their own small corner of the world. Feb 13, Kristine Asselin rated it it was amazing.

Cute graphic novel for elementary grades. Laugh out loud funny. Oct 10, Yoonmee rated it it was amazing Shelves: children-s-books , manga-graphicnovel. He's a bit of a reluctant reader, although I wouldn't necessarily categorize him as completely reluctant. He's just not an exuberant reader. I saw this in the bookstore, flipped through it, and thought to myself, "Oh my gosh, these beavers are so darn cute!

I've never seen him rave about a book like this.

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He came downstairs this morning and told me he stayed up really late reading I bought this book for the second grader 8 years old I nanny and he LOVES it. He came downstairs this morning and told me he stayed up really late reading this book; he stayed up so late that his mother had to tell him to put down the book and go to sleep! If that's not a winning endorsement for a book, I'm not sure what is. Heck, he even read aloud his favorite parts of the book to me during breakfast. This is a kid I usually have to practically force to read. Yeah, yeah, it's a comic book aka graphic novel and there's barely any writing in it, but the kid loves it and is dying to read the 2nd book in the series.

Great book for reluctant readers. Or anyone who wants to giggle and read about cute beavers Dec 15, Mari Anne rated it really liked it Shelves: mg-ya. Perfect graphic novel for early readers! I found this one in the school library the other day and thought Aidan might like it. Well I was wrong This is a great early reader or reluctant reader book as the dialogue is spare and the plot is simple.

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There are also many panels with just illustrations. This is a silly book but with some humor that will appeal to adults. Two of the Perfect graphic novel for early readers! Two of the penguins are Bob and his associate Bob Aidan got a HUGE kick out of a homonym play on the word "blueprints". You will have to read it to see! Probably best for grades 1 - 4 and will probably mostly appeal to boys who enjoy other graphic novels like Squish or The Lunch Lady series. May 19, Anastasia Tuckness rated it liked it Shelves: graphic-novel , bridge-chapter-books , animals , c Lots of fun--most of it can be read just with the pictures, so I think this would be a good one for newly independent readers.

The beavers are getting ready for their annual surfing contest, when 2 penguins steal their surfboard.

When they retrieve it, they find out that the penguins have some deep plan. They later find out the penguins are going to freeze the whole island for himself. They also battle a bully beaver who really wants to win the contest. Great fun, with puns and visual hijinks! I' Lots of fun--most of it can be read just with the pictures, so I think this would be a good one for newly independent readers.

I'd recommend this to kids who like graphic novels or just like funny books. I think it would appeal to fans of Captain Underpants as well as kids who like funny animals. Great new graphic novel series! Sep 06, Lynn rated it it was ok Shelves: juvenile-chapter-book , graphic-novels. Perhaps the simple illustrations allow young readers to see the story, the short length will appeal to them, and they'll be amused by the humor.

A beaver's ability to chew down trees was put in as one of ways they tried to solve a situation, but it was a minor incident in the story, yes, and swimming was an integral part. I wonder why the author did not take more advantage of their unique abilities throughout the story. Are the Flying Beaver Brothers always on the beach? Do they always have confl Perhaps the simple illustrations allow young readers to see the story, the short length will appeal to them, and they'll be amused by the humor. Do they always have conflict with Bruce?

Are they always shown in blue tones? I was hoping this book would make me into a graphic-novel fan as it was highly recommended. Feb 27, Gwen the Librarian rated it really liked it Shelves: kidlit , graphic-novel. Ace and Bub are two beaver brothers. Ace wants to surf and Bub wants to nap.

But when some penguins steal Ace's surfboard, the two brothers are sucked into a nefarious penguin plot to freeze the entire ocean!

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Silly antics are the name of the game in this cute new series of graphic novels. The title is a perfect entry point for new readers. Most of the action is in the images, with just enough language to help the story along mostly onomatopoeia. Book 2 was simultaneously released, but I have n Ace and Bub are two beaver brothers. Book 2 was simultaneously released, but I have not read it yet.

Jul 14, Erin Reilly-Sanders rated it it was ok Shelves: fiction , graphic-novel , juvenile. Despite a somewhat exciting story and likeable art, I was un-blown-away by this one. I did finish it, because the story was engaging enough, but I couldn't tell the main characters apart despite their different swim trunks which I think really cut down on the book's potential. I didn't really catch the sleepy one's name either since his brother calls him Bub and the bully calls him Flub- kind of confusing.

Even though thecharacters aren't distinguishable form each other, the art is fun with a si Despite a somewhat exciting story and likeable art, I was un-blown-away by this one. Even though thecharacters aren't distinguishable form each other, the art is fun with a single color and nice clear drawings with minimal setting that I prefer. Feb 10, Diane rated it it was amazing Shelves: graphic , read-in Beavers Bub who'd rather be napping and Ace stumble upon a Penguin plot to turn Beaver Island where the big Surfing Competition is held into a frozen Penguin Vacation resort.

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Bub loves napping and, well, napping. But when penguins threaten to freeze Beaver Island for "resort and polar-style living," the brothers put their talents to work saving their tropical island paradise. Can they save Beaver Island from environmental destruction? And can they do it in time to still win the annual Beaver Island Surfing Competition? Read more Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private.


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