This is where his world collides with George and Harold's, who are not accepting of his funny name, but instead explode with laughter and promptly craft a new comic book called "Captain Underpants and the Pied Pooper of Piqua." This hilarious book will crack Pilkey fans up with tiny toilets of truth, evil gerbils, and even Cher's greatest hits. (The children--not notoriously good spellers--note: "All animal cruelty was simulated. No actual girbles were forsed to listen to Cher.") And what becomes of Professor Poopypants? He gets even, devising a method to convert all names into silly names. He creates a chart in which everyone has to use letters from their own first and last names to create a madcap moniker. In the end, George and Harold learn that it's not nice to make fun of people: "'Wow,' said Harold. 'I think this is the first time one of our stories ever had a moral!' 'Probably the last time, too,' said George. 'Let's hope so,' said Harold." --Flunky Pizza Chunks (Ages 8 to 12)
I loved it so much I got the 11th book
Captain underpants the eleventh epic novel by Dave Pikley it was awesome.
this collection of books is great for an 8 year old. My son loves all of them and I've actually collected all the series.Published 1 month ago by Katie E. Sladovnik
Encourages my 8 year old son to want to read. He couldn't put these Captain Underpants books down once he started reading them. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Colleen Bove
Grandson love this series and as a retired teacher I remember students chuckling as they read them in class.Published 1 month ago by Susan M Regensburger
My daughter LOVES this series. She loves this series so much that she usually hops in to bed a little bit earlier so that we can read a few extra chapters. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Aeva
I like the "Captain Underpants" books! They are so much fun and funny!Published 1 month ago by Puppy