The Bad Guys in Apocalypse Meow

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Aaron is an Australian author of children s books and artist who until the mid 2000s was also an actor His award winning picture books include Pearl Barley and Charlie Parsley, The Ghost of Miss Annabel Spoon and the best selling Pig the Pug.In the field of acting, he is probably best known for his lead roles in two television dramedies, 1994 s The Damnation of Harvey McHugh, for which he won an

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  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • The Bad Guys in Apocalypse Meow
  • Aaron Blabey
  • English
  • 15 October 2019
  • 9781760158774

10 thoughts on “The Bad Guys in Apocalypse Meow

  1. says:

    Tee Hee Great fun Bad Guys spend the book battling and trying to get the cure for the zombie kittens, zittens LolThey have to get the help from a strange old granny, great laughs

  2. says:

    These are just such mental fun to read aloud plus lots of space for accents my Southern granny trucker impression was a hit The only problem is they re over so quickly

  3. says:

    This book was really really funny As with all of the bad guys books it always ends on a cliffhanger You really do need to read the books in order to understand them.

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    You gotta love bad guys

  6. says:

    Those do gooding bad guys Mr Wolf, Mr Snake, Mr Piranha, Mr Shark and Legs the tarantula are back in this fourth beginning chapter book graphic novel devoted to their adventures, this time confronting the horrific zombie kitten army unleashed by their guinea pig nemesis, the evil mad scientist Dr Marmalade Agent Fox once again makes an appearance, much to the delight of the smitten Mr Wolf, and together with some of the companions, seeks the help of Granny Gumbo, an old alligator with the requisite knowledge to create an antidote to Dr Marmalade s zombification process That cavine villain, in the meantime, escapes from under the nose of a disguised Mr Shark and Mr Piranha, and blasts off into space in a rocket shipMuch like its predecessors, The Bad Guys in Attack of the Zittens originally published in Australia as The Bad Guys in Apocalypse Meow pairs a hilarious adventure story, full to the brim with snappy dialogue and madcap misadventures, with amusingly expressive cartoon style illustrations The characters have really taken shape at this point, with each one having his one specific characteristics Mr Wolf s irrepressible optimism and faith, for instance, or Mr Shark s penchant for disguises that somehow always seem to work, even when they shouldn t that make him stand out to the reader I enjoyed this installment of author illustrator Aaron Blabey s ongoing series immensely, and had no sooner finished it, than I was reaching for the sequel, The Bad Guys in Intergalactic Gas Recommended to anyone who has read and enjoyed the first three Bad Guys books.

  7. says:

    These books are so goofy This time, the Bad Guys are trying to stop Dr Marmalade s army of zombie kittens Luckily, they have help from an alligator with allergies Unluckily for Mr Snake, anyway , she has a hankering for snake meat.I think I enjoyed this one a little than the last installment We still ended on a cliffhanger and Dr Marmalade is still in the wind, but the Bad Guys are on it.Next stop The moon

  8. says:

    Read this one with my six year old We were taking turns reading pages but he got so caught up in it he kept reading to me Then he got a serious case of the giggles about halfway through This series is a hit at our house Looking forward to the next

  9. says:

    140 pages This is a graphic novel Mr Blabey has really outdone himself this time What funny illustrations I was amazed at how many illustrations he has produced in just one book This episode is very funny I think almost as funny as the first one This episode features some ferocious felines and one crazy guinea pig bent on destruction Granny is very funny I most enjoyed it when Granny keeps calling Mr Snake Grub What a wacky sense of humor Mr Blabey has Kids are going to LOVE this one In fact, today when I put the other copies out in my library they were jumping up and down and asking over and over, Can we really check out those NEW BAD GUYS books over there When I told them yes, I was afraid there was going to be a stampede I can t wait to hear what they think Highly recommended for Grades 2 5 Bravo Boys will especially love this series.

  10. says:

    Another entertaining entry in a rather silly series that young readers are bound to find hysterical Mr Shark, Mr Wolf, Mr Snake, Mr Piranha, and Legs a spider are up to their necks in zombie kittens But with the help of the beautiful Agent Fox there may be a way to eliminate the threat But it will take all the disguises, courage, and patience they can muster Unfortunately for Mr Piranha that means wearing a bikini and for Mr Snake, donating venom to the crazy alligator lady with the antidote But will it be enough to defeat Dr Marmalade s evil plan This is a fun series for reluctant readers who aren t ready for anything very serious The book seems difficult than it is, with most pages having only a few sentences at most The illustrations make the book a winner for young readers.

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