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Bogus: An Aldo Zelnick Comic Novel

Jan 30, Sandra Stiles rated it really liked it Shelves: As a teacher I know that one thing my students hate is vocabulary. This book is the perfect answer. It shows them that vocabulary doesn't have to be boring. It can actually be fun. Aldo is given a second sketch book from his Grandma Goosy. He begins to fill it with his drawings, adventures and most importantly to me his fabulous "B" vocabulary words.


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In this story Aldo and his best friend Jack find a diamond ring in the gutter while playing kick the rock. Aldo throws it back because he thinks it As a teacher I know that one thing my students hate is vocabulary. Aldo throws it back because he thinks it is fake. Then Aldo loses it and learns it is real. Now he is on a mission to find the ring. I didn't read the first book in the series "Artsy Fartsy".

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I will however purchase the first one and the next one "Cahoots". I know the perfect students to recommend this book to. This is a book that kids who like "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" will enjoy. Dec 08, Jen rated it liked it Shelves: This was ok, and I think the boy I bought it for will like it enough, but I think the "message" of the book is a little heavy-handed. Apparently the publisher is releasing books with "something to say.

I just don't think there's anything wrong with Wimpy Kids - why must every book ha This was ok, and I think the boy I bought it for will like it enough, but I think the "message" of the book is a little heavy-handed. I just don't think there's anything wrong with Wimpy Kids - why must every book have a moral or educational lesson. Anyway, I did like parts of the book, especially the bacon character created by the main character.

I won't pick up any others, though. Nov 28, katsok rated it really liked it. Really enjoying this new series. I think it the perfect MG book. I enjoy Aldo and think several of my boys will connect with him. In this book Aldo and his friend, Jack, find a diamond ring. So begins their search for the ring.

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Once again there are Aldo's drawings and journal entries detailing the story. The last book had a glossary of "A" words in the back. This one has a glossary of the grea Really enjoying this new series. This one has a glossary of the great "B" words Aldo learns. Nov 03, melissa1lbr added it Shelves: I enjoyed this second book in Aldo Selznik's journaling experiences. I like the illustrations and the funny parts. I especially like the definitions at the end, which are full of laughs too. I don't think it has quite the appeal of the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series, but will still be enjoyable for that crowd.

It has just a touch too much of an adult writing for kids feel. Full review at One Librarian's Book Reviews. Dec 06, Halley rated it it was amazing. Aldo Zelnick wrote and illustrated Bogus sketch book. It's not really bogus it's actually kinda cool Too bad he lost the ring before he knew about the reward. So then Jack,Bee and him tried to find it again Look for the bodacious B words and illustrated word gallery at th Aldo Zelnick wrote and illustrated Bogus sketch book.

Look for the bodacious B words and illustrated word gallery at the back of the book. Now he is on a mission to find the ring. I didn't read the first book in the series "Artsy Fartsy". I will however purchase the first one and the next one "Cahoots". I know the perfect students to recommend this book to. This is a book that kids who like "Diary of a Wimpy Kid" will enjoy. Aldo, Jack and Bee are back in this second installment of the Aldo Zelnick series.

While Bogus maintains everything I liked about Artsy-Fartsy, there are some notable changes. While Artsy-Fartsy had Aldo exploring life around his home town of Fort Collins, the storyline to Bogus feels much more focused. Here, most of the story follows a recipe that's one part mystery, one and one part treasure hunt. In the meantime, Aldo does everything from eating ice cream to touring tea factories and learning about Buddhism.

The entire book is filled with hilarious jokes and illustrations.

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All the kids and parents who enjoyed Artsy-Fartsy will have a fantastic time with Bogus. This series is such a fun way to encourage reading and vocabulary-building. For anyone not familiar with these books, each one is written with 'challenging' words that start with the same letter as the book title.

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This book is a 4. My son who is 7 enjoyed it a lot. Lots of challenging words - but not a problem. There is a vocabulary on the back, so you can easily read the definition and learn. It's a compilation of a diary,comic and mystery, very appealing for the young boys. My 8 year old son loves this series. My 10yo loves these books, so that's good enough for me! My 8 year old son loves this series. I love that I hear him using the new vocabulary words from the book in his everyday speech. My 10 year old daughter often reads through these books when her brother is done with them.

My son who is 7 enjoyed it a lot. Lots of challenging words - but not a problem. There is a vocabulary on the back, so you can easily read the definition and learn. It's a compilation of a diary,comic and mystery, very appealing for the young boys. Bought this book used but it is like brand new. Could not be happier!! This series is such a fun way to encourage reading and vocabulary-building. For anyone not familiar with these books, each one is written with 'challenging' words that start with the same letter as the book title.

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