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When Johnny Boo is busy with another friend, Squiggle tries to make a new friend of his own but instead gets captured by a butterfly-hunting boy. Continuing to.
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We laugh our way through story time every night. Not a very good story for small children. Maybe better for older children that are bullies or are being bullied. My daughter would not let her five and three year olds have the book. A Kid's Review 5. Johnny Boo and Squiggle are ghosties. Squiggle had to make new friends. The mean little boy comes over and thinks the ghost is a butterfly. Johnny Boo finds Squiggle in a jar.

My favorite part is when Johnny Boo lets Squiggle out of the jar. I like this book because it's funny and pleasurous. The funny part is when the mean little boy pees in his pants and he changes his pants. I would recommend this book to hilarious kids and funny kids. I don't see the point. Enough mean people in the real world without having to read about another one who is mean simply because he feels like it and then some sort of potty humor involved about having to pee your pants as well Would rather have my trees back..

I wasn't paying attention when our child slipped this one in the stack of books to check out of the library. We made it through one reading. I'm not sure what the intent of the book was but it is definitely not appropriate for all ages. Multiple characters use offensive language and treat each other poorly.


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  7. Feb 11, Fatima Parra rated it really liked it. The story is about Johnny Boo's friend Squiggle wanting to play with him. Johnny Boo cannot play with him because he has other plans with his other friend Rocky Rock.

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    Squiggle gets sad because he does not have any other friends to play with so he searches for one. He finds a mean boy that thinks hes a butterfly. This book is funny and adorable because they say things in here that children usually Jonny Boo and The Mean Little Boy by James Kochalka is intended for young readers mostly around k This book is funny and adorable because they say things in here that children usually think is funny.

    This book uses bright colors. They mostly use blue and green to represent nature since they are outside. I think these bright colors are another thing that might catch the young readers attention. It seems to me that the illustrations were made using pastel colors. They use diagonal lines to represent the movement of Squiggle. Apr 13, Crystal Sleeman added it Shelves: Clearly placed panels, simple illustrations with bright bold colors, and large speech balloons are packaged nicely into short and readable chapters, perfect for beginning readers.

    Really wouldn't work too well in my classroom as my students are 6th graders. My beginning readers would be reluctant to read because the book has such bright and bold illustrations. Beginning Readers K-2 Applications: Addressing how to handle difficult people. Good for the beginning of the school year to be placed in a Halloween unit because the main character is a ghost.

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    Apr 26, Melissa rated it did not like it. Jackson brought this book, and another in the Johnny Boo series, home from the school library this week. We read it together last night and I am sorry to say we actually read the whole thing till the end. I understand that kids like potty humor - we read and enjoyed the entire Captain Underpants series. However, this was gratuitous and pointless. There was no plot to this story except to show how terrible "friends" can be, how an innocent yet equally inappropriate little Jackson brought this book, and another in the Johnny Boo series, home from the school library this week.

    There was no plot to this story except to show how terrible "friends" can be, how an innocent yet equally inappropriate little guy can get taken in and taken advantage of by others. The book made me and my 7-year-old uncomfortable. We did not and will not read any of the other books by this author. Sep 07, Lori Redman rated it it was ok Shelves: My third and least favorite of the Johnny Boo books, once again geared toward the K-2 audience, probably the boys.

    Boo comes along and saves the day, not because he is nice, but because he has a cold. Interspersed in this book are "Oh shut up" and jokes about peeing your pants. Not MY favo My third and least favorite of the Johnny Boo books, once again geared toward the K-2 audience, probably the boys.

    Not MY favorite things for a K-2 book, but perhaps little boys will love it. Oct 01, Nick rated it liked it Shelves: I like the Johnny Boo books, but don't love them. It alternates between somewhat surreal humor and a secondary character, Squiggle, who is just not very bright and a little annoying. In this volume, Johnny has decided to spend a special day with a friend who is, in fact, a rock. It's hard to tell if his friendship with the rock is real or a joke that he's playing on Squiggle, although he does apparently catch a cold from Rocky The story is cute enough, a I like the Johnny Boo books, but don't love them.

    The story is cute enough, and entertaining, just not great. Jun 16, Justyn Rampa rated it really liked it. This was quirky in a way that reminded me of Long Tale Kitty, although I didn't like it quite as much. Again, this seems pretty geared towards little boys and it did make me laugh out loud.

    Admittedly, it was at a pee pee joke The illustrations were wonderful and vibrant. I could totally dig this series! Jan 18, Katharine rated it liked it. My 7-year old beginning reader was able to read the whole thing. So many early readers put in a few too-hard words, or the book is all tongue twisters and difficult to read out loud. This was perfect, and very silly. Aug 26, Betsy rated it did not like it. While my 6 year old really seemed to like this book, I found very little merit in it.

    The mean boy was exactly that Mar 09, Nancy Jo Lambert rated it really liked it Shelves: This one was super funny! I love Johnny Boo! One of my librarian friends turned me onto this last year, and I was so excited to get these for my new library this year! My sone laughed out loud at this one because it talked about pee and peeing in your pants. Plus Squiggle is hilarious! Oct 12, Jason rated it liked it Shelves: On par with the rest of them I don't know that I could ever tire of reading Johnny Boo. Solid beginning reader comics for sure.

    Aug 19, Erica rated it it was amazing.

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