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George and Harold, and their doubles, Yesterday George and Yesterday Harold, have a good thing going. Two of them go to school, while the other two hide in the three house and play video games all day-then they switch! But when their malicious gym teacher, Mr. Meaner, creates a method of mind-control that turns their fellow students into attentive, obedient children, the future of all humanity will be in their hands! Jorge, Berto y sus dobles, Jorge y Berto de Ayer, la estan pasando muy bien. Dos de ellos van a la escuela mientras los otros dos se la pasan en la casa del arbol divirtiendose todo el dia. Luego, se intercambian! Pero un malicioso maestro inventa un nuevo metodo de controlar la mente de sus estudiantes y convertirlos en chicos obedientes y estudiosos.



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Dav Pilkey

"Considered one of the most popular contemporary authors for readers in elementary school, (Dav Pilkey) is also regarded as a talented artist and inventive humorist as well as a subtle moralist. ...He underscores his works--even at their most outrageous--with a philosophy that emphasizes friendship, tolerance, and generosity and celebrates the triumph of the good-hearted."
-The Educational Book & Media Association

PRAISE FOR CAPTAIN UNDERPANTS:

"Pilkey's sharp humor shines, and is as much fun for parents as their young readers." PARENTS' CHOICE FOUNDATION

"Combines empowerment and empathy with age-appropriate humor and action" - BOOKLIST

"For every downtrodden fun-seeking kid who never wanted to read a book." - SCHOOL LIBRARY JOURNAL

"(One of the) 5 Books That All Children Should Read" - HEALTHY FAMILY MATTERS

"Call Pilkey . . . the savior of the 'reluctant reader.' " --USA TODAY

2012 PARENTS' CHOICE AWARD WINNER

Dav Pilkey is the Caldecott Honor Award-winning author and illustrator of more than 60 books for children. Check out his award-winning website at www.Pilkey.com, and follow his evil cat, Petey on Instagram at: petey_haw_haw



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