Cam’s down-and-out father gives him a cardboard box for his birthday and he knows it’s the worst present ever. So to make the best of a bad situation, they bend. Cam’s father comes home with a cardboard box for Cam’s birthday. Little do they know the havoc the cardboard will wreak on their lives. Read Common Sense Media’s Cardboard review, age rating, and parents guide. Cardboard Book Poster Image Doug Tennapel · Fantasy; Save.
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Review: Cardboard by Doug TenNapel — Good Comics for Kids
This printing has everything: I figured I’d get a review out dout while it’s still fresh in my mind. They build a boxer out of the box and the box boxer comes to life! Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Comments Nathan Hale says: After waiting a few weeks since a few kids had it on hold, Tenmapel brought it home and read it quickly.
Failing to keep his promise to do this, the father and son see all kinds of magic cardboard havoc break loose as a result, and they must set to work repairing the damage. Feb 25, Kolby Brooks rated it it was amazing. Is it OK for kids to read books outside their reading levels?
And tina is the nice lady next door thats in love with dad but hes too afraid of letting go of the past Cardboard by Tennqpel TenNapel Cam doesn’t like his birthday present at first after all it is a cardboard box but him and dad make the best out of it by building a cardboard boxing man named bill but in the wee hours of night the cardboard box man comes to cardboars.
I liked the book “Cardboard” even though it was a bit strange. I stumbled on this book; not sure what I was looking for at the time but Oh So Thankful I happened upon this gem. When cardboard creatures come magically to life, a boy must save his town from disaster.
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Booklist March 15, ; With GhostopolisBad Islandand the very recent Ratfist still practically hot out of the oven, TenNapel has hit a prolific stride, turning out stories featuring whacked-out science, organic weirdness, and a hefty emotional heart.
The first book in the Nnewts series follows the story of Herk, a lovable Nnewt who longs for stronger legs, something his mother and father wish they could give him. Personalize Common Sense for your family. It’s his sons birthday and he wants to buy him something great but he can’t afford anything. This book shows yet again that TenNapel has done neither. When I was a youngster, I loved to read! Iron West Preston Struck is an incompetent outlaw with a heart of fool’s gold.
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Review: Cardboard by Doug TenNapel
It’s a strange premise for a story, but I noticed that TenNapel dedicated the book “to the Chestertonians,” which, I think, is actually the key to understanding the crisis of the plot. When Reese is forced to go on a boating trip with his family, the last thing he expects is to be shipwrecked on an island-especially one teeming with weird plants and animals. The next door neighbor drove me nuts! Huge pools of creepiness! The story is unique and truly creative.
After a 4th grade student came in and said she loved this book we had just put it on the shelvesI decided to make this the next graphic novel to read. Now the Nnewts need a true hero to step up and save the day before it’s too late! There are a couple touching moments, but mostly the book is what I think the author intended for it to be- light, fun, easy, and enjoyable.
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Good battles evil, and the world hangs in the balance! I am one happy Momma! It was face-paced as any graphic novel, I suppose and creative. Graphic Novel – Cardboard 4 6 Jun 17, It is a very good concept like how you can make things with cardboard that are alive. Loneliness, grief, and fear show up throughout the story in heartbreaking quiet ways and not so subtle ways.
I’ll save that for a conversation with Doug TenNapel if I ever get to have one. Jun 09, Ashley rated it it was ok Shelves: In short, this is a story about father and son, creation, corruption, redemption, and friendship The reason it is so high in the star rating is because I really liked it when I read it.
Another great graphic novel!
It’ll be worth the trip. Cardboard by Doug TenNapel 1 4 Dec 13, It comes with unexpected turns, such as small cardboard characters who etnnapel jokes.