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Grade 3-5 Far, far away in the Starburst galaxy (just beyond the Milky Way but not as far as the Peanut Cluster), a flaming meteor smashes the marshmallow Planet of the Fluffs into sticky goo. Faced with planetary meltdown, Fierce, Large, Ugly, and Ferocious Furballs hop a salvaged rocket ship and head for Earth, seeking a fresh source of sugary energy. Meanwhile, Earth twins Joules and Kevin arrive at Camp Whatsitooya. The boys are horror-film fans, and they quickly find that the camp has all the hallmarks of a fright-night flick. There are odd noises and unearthly creatures and a smashed spaceship out in the woods. Even worse, the counselors all seem to be turning into zombies. The kids discover that the Fluffs have taken over and plan to reduce the campers' brains to quivering sweet mush perfect food for the invaders. Can Joules and Kevin find a way to defeat the killer space bunnies or will the fuzzy fiends get them first? The off-the-wall plot bounces from crisis to crisis as the twins use their movie expertise to predict the next emergency. The rather acerbic narrator frequently breaks page to address readers with asides, directions, and even mock commercials. Black-and-white cartoons some in multipanel-comic form and a lot of in-text graphic sound words add to the wacky fun. Similar in tone to Jon Sciezka's Time Warp Trio series (Viking), but for a slightly older audience, this title should have special appeal to reluctant readers, especially boys. Elaine E. Knight, Lincoln Elementary Schools, IL
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Twins Kevin and Joules are excited enough to be attending summer camp in the wilderness, but if there’s anything their obsession with classic horror flicks has taught them, it’s that camp is a prime setting for scary monsters, and that funny noise they just heard in the bushes is definitely something to worry about. Three Fluffs (“Fierce, Large, Ugly, and Ferocious Furballs”) have crash landed on earth after their marshmallow planet got exploded by a stray comet, and the warrior rabbits use their hypnotizing gazes and vicious floppy ears to commandeer the camp and turn its inhabitants’ brains into sweet, sweet mush. The sugar-rush plot follows a well-established course. The twins are savvy enough to know the obvious candidates to be gobbled up first and how many backup plans will be needed to triumph against the ferocious alien bunnies. A lighthearted, clever send-up of zany horror conventions, this book is just the thing for kids about ready for M. T. Anderson’s Whales on Stilts (2005) and other Jasper Dash books. Grades 3-6. --Ian Chipman
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Product Details

  • Age Range: 8 - 12 years
  • Grade Level: 3 - 7
  • Lexile Measure: 790L (What's this?)
  • Series: Fluffy Bunnies
  • Hardcover: 184 pages
  • Publisher: Harry N. Abrams (May 1, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0810984164
  • ISBN-13: 978-0810984165
  • Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 0.8 x 7.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 11.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (43 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #939,859 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By aud503 on August 10, 2010
Format: Hardcover
My 10-year old could not put this book down! After nagging him to read all summer, he reluctantly picked it off the shelf at Barnes and Noble, however, he read it over just a few long sittings and laughed out loud all the while. This will be my new go-to book for gifts for kids his age. Cleverly written with hysterical illustrations - a great book for the designated age group.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Lauren on July 20, 2010
Format: Hardcover
There's not many words that would accurately describe Attack of the Fluffy Bunnies besides bizarre, yet it's a book that I can totally see being eaten up by middle grade readers, especially boy ones, everywhere because I also have to admit it's quite funny and original.

As Attack of the Fluffy Bunnies begins Joules and Kevin Rockman are expecting one boring week at the summer camp were their parents are drooping them of at. Though, the one good thing about is that they won't have to go to the annual spam festival with their spam-fanatic parents, but as it turns out this week will prove to unforgettable, because also at the camp are crazed, fluffy bunnies from another planet who only have on thing in mind- human domination. Now it's up to Joules, Kevin, and their new friend to stop these fluffy bunnies before it's too late.

This novel was a very quick read and I have to say I enjoyed every minute of it because it proved be humorous and always have a new twist that changed everything. I especially liked the fact that it included comic panels to tell parts of the story, as well as ads for different objects. As mentioned before, the premise of this was kick-butt and the execution was even more so, because when Andrea's writing was mixed together with Dan's drawings, it ended up becoming one un-put-a-down-able read.

While the characters were not the most developed ones out there, they still were ones that I knew enough about to enjoy reading about their adventures. Also, I feel that they were ones who most middle grade readers would be able to find someone to relate to out of the mix.

In all, Attack of the Fluffy Bunnies was a cute and funny read that I enjoyed.

Grade: C+
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Maggie Knapp on August 2, 2010
Format: Hardcover
Hello, 8 years olds and those who think the words wiener, booger and a place named Lake Whatsosmelly are hilarious. I don't say this in a negative way: you know who you are. You should run right out and buy this book. The longest chapter is 6 pages long, the illustrations are frequent and funny, the charts and tables and lists will also make you laugh. If you are going on an airplane trip, or to summer camp, or waiting for the next Wimpy Kid to come out, pack along this book. You can read it in a weekend (or less), it will make you laugh, and the comic-style parts are really great.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amy B on March 21, 2011
Format: Hardcover
I am a former reading teacher and always looking for good middle grade fiction. The title caught my eye and I'm glad it did. This book is clever and quirky (in a good way.) Readers who enjoy this will most likely one day graduate to love Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. If your child or student is a reluctant reader, this is a great book to offer. It's aimed at grades 3-5, but I would have even offered this to some of my middle school students because it spoofs cheesy sci fi and horror movies in such a fun way. I enjoyed it myself, in fact.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Richard Staats on August 8, 2012
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A Newbury medal winner? No. A novel that will change your child's perspective and prove the impetus to go to medical school? Er, no.

A lot of silly fun with over the top puns and memorable characters that your fourth grader will read and re-read? Yes.

You probably won't like this book, but your kids will likely love it.

In service,

Rich
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Darcy Wishard on May 18, 2010
Format: Hardcover
Summary: When Joules and Kevin Rockman's parents drop them off at Camp Whatsitooya on their way to an International Spamathon, the twins expect a summer of marshmallows, campfires, and canoe trips. What they do not expect is to defend the earth from an invasion of sugar-addicted, murderous, seven-foot-tall rabbits from another galaxy. Happily, the Rockman twins, veteran watchers of the Late, Late, Late Creepy Show for Insomniacs, are unusually well-prepared for dealing with monstrous beings from outer space. If only their fellow campers were so lucky.

A super fun, silly tale that will have Tweens lining up to read this one. Seriously...is there anything funnier than giant seven-foot-tall bunnies dead set on taking over mankind??!!

Lucky for us all the Rockman twins know exactly how scary movies work...acting or saying the wrong thing will have you locked in as the character in the movie who is surely first to "kick the bucket." Then, when the camp counselors start acting "funny" Joules and Kevin know that it is up to them to save the day!

This book is hilarious and the random comic style illustrations throughout the book will draw in some of those reluctant readers. My favorite line from the book? "Spam, unnaturally square, unnaturally good"...oh, you've got to love that one!
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Kate Coombs VINE VOICE on April 30, 2010
Format: Hardcover
If the narrator of A Series of Unfortunate Events got on your nerves, or if you don't think a book like The Case of the Case of Mistaken Identity by Mac Barrett is funny, then this spoofy book is not for you. But if you're a fan of satire, not to mention old B horror movies on late-night TV, you should give this one a try.

Andrea Beaty cheerfully mocks summer camps--especially lanyards--glitter-obsessed girls, fluffy bunnies, High School Musical, surfers, B horror movies, and, most notably, SPAM. Since Joules and Kevin Rockman's parents are determined to retain their crowns as the SPAM king and queen, they drop the kids off at the gates of Camp Whatsitooya and roar off to a SPAM festival. (Mrs. Rockman's award-winning recipe the previous year was Funky-Chunky-Chocolate SPAM Pudding.)

Only, it just so happens that the camp is the landing spot for some Fluffs (Fierce, Large, Ugly, and Ferocious Furballs), who have to relocate when their marshmallow planet is destroyed by a meteor. Naturally, or rather unnaturally, complications ensue, also horror and hilarity. The Fluffs' sweet tooth, which in no way detracts from their tendency to eat humans, contributes to plot development. And why are the camp counselors acting so strange, wanting the campers to build a three-stage intergalactic rocket with satellite communications out of popsicle sticks?

One nice touch here is the way Joules and Kevin reference the aforementioned B horror movies. I particularly like Kevin's Chart of Famous Last Words, e.g., "There's nothing in this musty, cursed tomb that could possibly hurt you." Which is from a movie called Curse of the Musty Tomb, in case you were wondering.
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