Monday, October 13, 2008



This is the second book in the manga bible series. This what happened after MANGA MESSIAH, the first book in this series.

This is about the apostles and how Saul became Paul. It's really good at showing us his life and what he did after God changed his heart.

These books make the bible come alive. It makes me what to read my bible more to find out all the stuff they could not put in "Manga Metamorphosis".

This book is for ages 10 and up. I plan on reading the entire series, and on reading the Gospels to learn more.

I give MANGA METAMORPHOSIS a five out of five.

See you in the funny pages!

Book Kid

Sunday, October 12, 2008

The Curse Of The Campfire Weenies by David Lubar


"The Curse of the Campfire Weenies" is the third in the installment of Weenie books. My mom bought it for me at our school's book fair. This is the first one I have read so this is new for me top.

I have heard a lot about these books. It was so good, I read this book in one day.

"The Curse of the Campfire Weenies" is full of creepy and funny tales. They include "From Mr. HooHaa!" to "Forgotten Monsters". From my point of view, this book is good.

It is amazing how David Lubar comes up with these ideas.

So bottom line if you like slightly warped, creepy, and funny tales this book is for you. I recommend "The Curse Of The Campfire Weenies by David Lubar for ages 10 and up.

I've already told my mom I'd like to have the other books in this series. We'll see if I get them!

I give it a four out of five.

See you in the funny pages!

Book Kid.

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Strange Journey Back by Paul McCusker


As the cover says this is four books in one, so this is four reviews in one.

So let us get started. If you do not like Adventures in Odyssey you might not like this one. Who doesn't like Adventures in Odyessy, though?

Try this book out; you might start to like it. Fans of Adventures in Odyssey will love this book and will know many of the characters.

The stories in "Strange Journey Back" are about Mark Prescott. Mark just moved to Odysseyk and he does not like it there. He starts to go on adventures and make new friends. Mark deals with a lot of the kind of stuff we deal along the way of our lives.

So final word is this a great story. It is for ages 8 and up.

I give it a 5 out of 5.

See you in you funny pages.

Book kid.