It was ok, short. The book itself was a good story, it almost reminded me of something you may tell around a campfire. It was a little odd as some of the characters as well as the world seem to die, one in the first few pages. So if you want to protect your kids from at worst a body being slammed into a car and then killed then I'd not suggest this one. Overall it's a kids book, I saw previous reviews stating that it was like the Goosebumps series, I can't personally say I agree as it just simply wasn't even in the same reading level.
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There just simply wasn't enough story here to comment on things like character development and big plot twists. I must say the use of Latin in the book did stimulate a conversation and further research on the kids part. So thank you very much for letting us read this and we hope that perhaps we can read Mr. Kalmbach's works for higher ages in the future. Except this is for kids, not real young kids, but for 4th to 6 graders like the description says.
I agree with the commenter who said this would be a good ghosty story for around the campfire. The pacing, excitement, and humor keep the pages turning. Highly recommended for the NOT faint of heart! I also received a free copy in return for an honest review To add my son's review: My ten-year-old son finished reading this book last night. He rates it "ten stars out of five stars. I Thought They Were Harmless! Revenge of the Dust Bunnies is a fast-paced read that reminds me of the Goosebumps books. It's quirky and scary, packed with kid appeal.
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The title of the series, Spooky Snacks, is right on target. A quick, entertaining read, it's more like a snack, but one that will leave a bad taste for dust bunnies forever after! I'm afraid to look under the bed now, especially after reading the true scientific facts about dust bunnies the author added in the back of the book. Dust bunnies are creepy creatures, after all. I may have just found the perfect excuse to quit cleaning under the beds! Revenge of the Dust Bunnies was a delightful read with just enough silliness to keep it from being too scary. The chapters are short enough for the younger reader 2nd or 3rd grade but still enjoyable for the slightly older reader about 6th grade.
My daughter is 12 and in 6th grade and she loved it!
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She wants to read the next one when it comes out and I look forward to the next one as well. I love it when my child finds a book or a series that they truly enjoy.
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I received this book for free through Goodreads First Reads. I loved this book. It was a scary quick read.
It reminded me of Goosebumps books. I hope there will be more books in this series. I would love to read them. I definitely recommend this book. Dec 01, Doug rated it it was amazing. Fun, kitschy, exciting read for any child. The book is aimed at elementary aged readers and is perfect for that age. Enjoyed the story, thoroughly and the art work is fun, too.
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As a teacher - I will be including this book in my personal school library. Apr 24, Maria Elena rated it liked it. Short and to the point! With a big twist to the ending. Apr 13, Amy rated it it was ok. Maybe I'm just an old fogy, but I didn't think this was appropriate for kids. It wasn't "fun" like Monsters, Inc. Sounds crazy, but it was almost realistic. I can see it giving kids nightmares. Kids tend to be afraid of underneath a bed I bought the book for my granddaughters, but am giving it to their father instead Clever titl Maybe I'm just an old fogy, but I didn't think this was appropriate for kids.
Clever title, clever idea, but I didn't like how it was carried out. Mar 05, Ann M. Noser rated it it was amazing Shelves: My ten-year-old son finished reading this book last night. He rates it "ten stars out of five stars. Feb 07, Rod Starcke rated it it was amazing. Highly entertaining, a perfect read for teens. It has a lot of humor. Check out Revenge of the Dust Bunnies , exclusively on Amazon. Great horror story for kids or people with dust allergies. Shelly Johnson rated it it was amazing Apr 11, Paige Cooper rated it really liked it Oct 20, Philip Golding rated it it was ok May 10, Chris Larson rated it liked it Mar 30, Ana rated it it was amazing Jan 20, Roy Wano rated it it was amazing Mar 26, Angela rated it liked it Jan 05, Jamiah Callaway rated it it was amazing Jul 03, Jaime rated it really liked it Apr 26, Tracey Renee Wilson-forrest rated it it was amazing Oct 19, Courtney leeann franklin rated it really liked it Feb 20, Marcusbran rated it it was amazing Mar 03, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Robot Dust Bunnies Argonauts Book 5. An interesting book as there is political manoeuvring in the background by the Phants. Left stranded on an extremely hot world, the troopers have to fight self replicating robots, and save a terraforming Russian moon. The Legend of Dust Bunnies is a charming, sweet tale about a little fairy who chooses a different way of doing things than the rest of the fairies. Artie is brave and creative and follows his own path. This lesson is taught in such a subtle way using gentle,flowing, rhyming text.
Whimsical, colorful illustrations bring this adorable story to life. Great for boys and girls, ages Available to ship in days. You know those "dust bunnies" that form under your bed? Well, what if they came to life as living little, teeny, tiny bunnies that had all kinds of delightful adventures? This book comes from the creative mind of a gentlemen that passed away way too early. His mother honors his memory by publishing his poems. Laura Love's cute, sweet, delightful illustrations bring these bunnies to life.
Kids will love the innocent, playful bunnies as they discover their newly found world around them. Wonderful second book in the Dust Bunny series. Once again, Illustrator Laura Love outdoes herself as brings these tiny bunnies to life. This time the theme is holidays and all the fun adventures the holidays bring.
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