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Dungzilla

(S. Tinker Inc. #2)

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From the illustrator of The Last Viking and The Last Viking Returns, comes a second graphic novel in the S. Tinker Inc. series. Sally has built a machine capable of enlarging any object, but when she tries resizing a slice of pizza she accidentally enlarges a dung beetle to scary proportions. As the hungry beetle rolls itself a dung ball large enough to crush an entire tow ...more
Paperback, 120 pages
Published April 1st 2018 by Fremantle Press
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Carolienvanderwaarde
De Nederlandse titel luidt Mestzilla. Soesja Tinker is een geweldige uitvinder... onder de twaalf. In een heleboel stripachtige tekeningen zien we hoe per ongeluk een mestkever (met de naam Dirk) transformeert tot een reusachtig poepbal voortrollend gevaarte. Oma Rosa wordt ingeschakeld en de jacht op Dirk wordt geopend. Erg grappig en ondanks wellicht de eerste indruk, staan er veel moeilijke woorden in de tekst. Toch een plaatsing op het Makkelijk Lezen Plein, voor kinderen vanaf 8 jaar.
Deb
Jul 16, 2018 rated it really liked it
4.5 would be a better rating.
Sally Tinker is back and has invented a Resizenator! Great graphic novel with plenty of problem solving to be done (involving a dung beetle). Fun read which can work as a read aloud. So useful for primary schools. Use this to introduce insects or for firing up kid’s imaginations and even for drawing lessons. There are teaching notes available from Fremantle Press. Bonus!
Kara
May 03, 2019 rated it really liked it
This is a very cute and funny book. There is a little science, some serious adventure, inventions and hijinks. Poop humor is of course throughout the book but there's also a lot of information about dung beetles and scientific principles. This could he considered a graphic novel. I think kids as early as 2nd grade could read this and 3rd and up will love it. Boys and girls.
Jaq
Jan 25, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: australian-2017
Charming story, well executed with some great female characters. A great book for kids looking for an adventure tale with a giant dung beetle in it. Lovely to read and very satisfying.
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