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The Boulder Brothers: Meet Mo and Jo #2020

The Boulder Brothers Meet Mo and Jo This title offers a longer page count than picture books but a lower word count than chapter books of the same extent Mo and Jo are fun loving cavemen whose antics will surely delight kids especiall

  • Title: The Boulder Brothers: Meet Mo and Jo
  • Author: SarahLynn Pierre Collet-Derby
  • ISBN: 9781609055011
  • Page: 114
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Boulder Brothers: Meet Mo and Jo By SarahLynn Pierre Collet-Derby, This title offers a longer page count than picture books, but a lower word count than chapter books of the same extent Mo and Jo are fun loving cavemen whose antics will surely delight kids, especially boys Follow them as they attempt to de stink themselves, play hide and seek, and make fire.

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    1 thought on “The Boulder Brothers: Meet Mo and Jo

    1. Perfect for beginning readers So excited to find this silly series Will have big appeal in my room.

    2. This is probably going to be one you either hate or love as it s rather like Ook Gluk by Dav Pilkey in that there is toilet humour and bad grammar ala caveman speak I thought it was adorable and know my sons would have loved it when they were around six or so While the sentences read like Dick and Jane , the three little chapters are silly and the artwork is cute Each two page spread is full colour with one or two short narrative sentences and comic speech bubbles This would be most appropriate [...]

    3. Review copy provided by publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.The Boulder Brothers is an introductory graphic novel that will appeal to those who enjoy a bit of goofiness in their stories Mo and Jo are a bit silly and not so observant Beginning readers will enjoy knowing than Mo and Jo The stories provide a chance to teach both text and pictorial literacy As I read, I was reminded of Saturday morning cartoons of my youth.

    4. Prehistoric little boy antics aren t much different than modern day little boy behavior Mo and Jo, the Boulder brothers, give great proof of that in this new easy reader and graphic novel hybrid These rambunctious brothers resist taking a bath and doing chores They experiment with creative ways to get warm and play hide and seek The full page illustrations are bold and earthy The text might not be perfectly proper grammar, but boys just beginning to read will enjoy every bit of it.

    5. Funny antics that will amuse readers, and I thought the plot concepts were interesting and offer opportunities for talking about what s happening beyond the words on the page Fun illustrations Solid writing for a beginner reader book, with simple sentences and repeating vocabulary My only quibble is that I wouldn t want the improper caveman grammar to stick in kids minds as the correct way to speak or write.

    6. Not the greatest new series on the block in terms of interest level, but it serves a purpose in that it s an early reader in comic book form The story has a bit of a Rocky and Bullwinkle feel, with a deadpan style of narration that hovers over the action at all times Part of a series Kids will probably enjoy the gags in any case.

    7. Nice first chapter choice for kids who are making the transition from readers to chapter books Chapters are short, grammar is cavepeopleish, and there s some potty humor Full color illustrations will pull in reluctant readers and I think this will be fun for an audience not quite ready for Captain Underpants.I m also pretty amused that this isn t the only book in my cavepeople tag

    8. Meet Mo and Jo is a beginning reader meets a graphic novel This would be good for a reluctant reader boy especially who likes silly humor and a lot of pictures.Set up with 3 chapters we follow Mo and Jo as they figure out who stinks, how to play hide and seek think Abbot and Costello and how to stay warm.

    9. Cute illustrations and funny little stories comprise this easy reader chapter book The silly humor will appeal to young readers, maybe kids intrigued by Captain Underpants or Ook Gluk but not quite ready to tackle reading those books.

    10. My seven year old and I enjoyed reading this one together It s the perfect book for someone getting ready for chapter books The stories are silly and fun, the pictures are cute, and it s easy enough that nobody gets frustrated with reading We will be reading the next one for sure.

    11. Mo and Jo are cave brothers who have to solve cave brother problems like how to get rid of a stink, how to play hide and peek, and how to stay warm.julianaleewriter the cybil

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