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Tut, Tut #6 (Time Warp Trio) Paperback – April 26, 2004
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Top Customer Reviews
The Time Warp Trio books contain amazing pictures by Lane Smith and humorous stories by Jon Scieszka (of The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales fame). Time Warp Trio books are entertaining and easy to read and were probably written to encourage kids who don't usually read much to read more.
In Tut-Tut, the boys find themselves in the pharaohs' personal treasure room and are discovered by a angry high priest, who turns them in. Once again, The Book disappears, but this time Joe's little sister is also sucked in the warp, so not only do they have to get The Book back, they have to retrieve her, too.
Enjoy this "quick" summer read!
interest your 6-11 year old's this is it. You will need to
allow lots of extra time for the giggles to stop when you
read about the adventures of three boys who find a magic book
which allows them to time-warp. Know that when you read one
of these books you won't be finished until you read all 6
in the series. Great for read aloud or middle elementary
By the author of the Stinky Cheese Man.
Review: I had mixed feelings about this book, because although I liked all the adventures that the Trio went on in this book, such as Sam almost being caught by crocodiles, the Trio finding Anna, or being Mummified alive, I thought this book ended really abruptly because they didn't get a chance to meet Thutmose or Hatshepsut in the end to tell them about Hatsnat. However, judging by the events that really happened, I guess this was a plausible ending for the author to come to.
Apart from that, I did enjoy reading this book because it had a lot of twists and turns, with beautiful illustrations from Lane Smith. Overall, for me, this is a memorable Time Warp Trio book because of their eerie escape in the end.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Used this book for homeschool and both me & my two daughters loved it. They couldn't wait till story time and when it was, they didn't want me to stop reading it. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Lindsey
Had fun goggling some of the challenges and trying them at home - ie. the picking up a stool with your head on the wall.Published on August 12, 2014 by mom2boys
I love this book because it intertwined me and my brother,also my friend. this book rules! if you like Egypt and Egyptians you'll love this book.Published on May 14, 2014 by Kindle Customer
I am7 years old. I like reading. I read a lot of books. This one was one of my favorite books because it's a very interesting adventure book. I like reading adventure books.Published on August 13, 2013 by Slawomir Fiedor
Candy caramels are made with nutritious ingredients mixed with equal parts sugar. They are tasty, enjoyable, and have virtually no nutritional value. Read morePublished on July 5, 2010 by Shanna A. Gonzalez
Time-traveling is not as cool as you think. Being mummified, being trapped in a secret room and having your friend almost eaten by a crocodile is not cool. Read morePublished on January 25, 2006
This book is exciting. You always want to turn the page. It is funny and interesting.It takes place in ancient Egypt.In Tut Tut there is a girl named Annie. Read morePublished on February 3, 2003