Calamity Jack reader ë Hardcover à gwairsoft

kindle Î Calamity Jack á Shannon Hale

Calamity JackTtle giant than the usual and one little bean turns into a great big building destroying beanstalkWith help from Rapunzel and her trusty braids a pixie from Jack's past and a man with invention OkNot as good as Rapunzels Revenge

Shannon Hale á Calamity Jack book

Jack likes to think of himself as a criminal mastermindwith an unfortunate amount of bad luck A schemer plotter planner trickster swindlermaybe even thief? One fine day Jack picks a target a li Reviewed by Sarah Bean the Green Bean Teen ueen for TeensReadToocomJack has long been a trickster he's just not had the best of luck When a heist involving magic beans a beanstalk and giants goes wrong Jack leaves town After his adventures with Rapunzel in RAPUNZEL'S REVENGE Jack returns home to Shyport only to discover that the giant Blunderboar is in charge the city is in ruins thanks to an infestation of ant people and his mother is being held captive and is in charge of baking bones into bread It's up to Jack and Rapunzel to save the dayI'm often asked to give booktalks on great books for tweens and I always inlcude the Hale's first graphic novel outing RAPUNZEL'S REVENGE and now CALAMITY JACK These two books are a librarian's dream come true The Hales combine witty dialogue action and adventure beautifully detailed artwork and lots of humor to create the perfect graphic novel I would give this one to anyone who is not convinced in the value of graphic novels or anyone who's a newbie to the style And of course old fans tooThe fairy tale of Jack and the Beanstalk is given the steampunk treatment in CALAMITY JACK and those looking for a great adventure read will devour this one There's even a cute bit of romance thrown in so I think this book will have wide appeal It is a seuel to RAPUNZEL'S REVENGE but readers don't necessarily have to read the first one to pick this one up The book starts with Jack's past and gives us a little information on how Jack and Rapunzel met so I doubt readers will feel lostAs I mentioned the dialogue is very witty there were a few lines I just had to read aloud to my husband because they were too great to keep to myself The artwork is very detailed young Jack is pictured with his tongue out while thinking and we get a glimpse that he hasn't lost this habit as an adult It's this attention to detail that make the art stand out The text and illustrations pair perfectly and work together which makes this an excellent example of a graphic novel And be sure to check out the inside cover page for a peek at our authors and illustrator snuck into the artworkThis is a book to share to pass around to friends and re read because each time you'll see something new I'm hoping we can look forward to graphic novels from this creative team I'd love to see their take on other fairy tales

book Calamity Jack

Calamity Jack reader ë Hardcover à gwairsoft ☆ ❮Reading❯ ➻ Calamity Jack Author Shannon Hale – Jack likes to think of himself as a criminal mastermindwith an unfortunate amount of bad luck A schemer plotter planner trickster swindlermaybe even thief? One fine day Jack picks a targeS from the future they just might out swindle the evil giants and put his beloved city back in the hands of good peoplewhile catapulting themselves and readers into another fantastical adventur We recently read Rapunzel's Revenge and were excited to see that there was a seuel to the story This second book in the series offers an unusual take on the classic tale of Jack and the Beanstalk with some interesting twists danger and some romance thrown in for good measureIt was a uick entertaining read and I enjoyed how the authors incorporated different fairy tales into the one story I love how spunky and adventurous Rapunzel is and I really enjoyed the graphic novel format I also liked Jack's dilemma about trying to make up for his wayward youth Our oldest also really enjoyed reading this book and we hope that stories will be forthcomingJuly 2017 update Reread this book following our children's book club meeting featuring graphic novels It's a terrific story and a fun fast read Certainly worth a second read