SPHDZ 4 Life

SPHDZ Life Don t miss the stunning riveting hilarious and % fresh conclusion to the interactive Spaceheadz saga The SPHDZ accomplished their goal of recruiting million and one SPHDZ But the brainwave

  • Title: SPHDZ 4 Life
  • Author: Jon Scieszka Shane Prigmore
  • ISBN: 9781416979579
  • Page: 288
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Don t miss the stunning, riveting, hilarious, and 100% fresh conclusion to the interactive Spaceheadz saga The SPHDZ accomplished their goal of recruiting 3.14 million and one SPHDZ But the brainwave has been stolen by the chief of the Anti Alien Agency, and it s up to Michael K the SPHDZ, and their allies to get it back.With three potential Chief sightings, the team isDon t miss the stunning, riveting, hilarious, and 100% fresh conclusion to the interactive Spaceheadz saga The SPHDZ accomplished their goal of recruiting 3.14 million and one SPHDZ But the brainwave has been stolen by the chief of the Anti Alien Agency, and it s up to Michael K the SPHDZ, and their allies to get it back.With three potential Chief sightings, the team is spread around the world, leaving Michael K Venus, TJ, and the SPHDZ to hold down the fort and finish fifth grade But with a mysterious new principal and graduation fast approaching, will they be able to find the missing brainwave before the Chief uses it to destroy a planet

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    1. book #4 in the Spaceheadz series. Wraps up the story of the Anti Alien Agency and their search for the Spaceheadz aliens. Michael K and his friends graduate and try to figure out how to save the world and plant Gnoff from getting turned off. Agent Umber and Agent Hot Magenta, Mom K & Dad K and Bob and Jennifer all work together to save the world from the Red Hot Raygun and the I want rays

    2. Michael K. and his alien, human, and hamster friends return in this zany final Spaceheadz installment. The dastardly Chief has captured the red-hot ray and is intent on turning off Earth. The agents are all over the world in search of the Chief, but are they on the right track? Meanwhile, back at P.S. 858, a mysterious new principal has given the fifth-grade class an awesome assignment involving near-constant consumption of TV, video games, and candy, but is it really that awesome? It’s up to [...]

    3. My son finished reading what I assume to be the concluding volume in the Spaceheadz series (at least in the end, have the crew returned home, mission accomplished). The volume opens with the Spaceheadz in a pickle with the Chief having revealed his true colors in the previous volume and seizing the brainwaves collected to poser the Red Hot Ray Gun to destroy Gonf and then Earth. Of course the team split up scouring the globe for sightings of the Chief. But he had gone underground as the new prin [...]

    4. I'm so out of the target age range for these books, but they're still fun and super silly. I'm just realizing that my seven year old daughter would totally love these, so I'm thinking that the four books in the series will have to be placed on her bedroom table this weekend! My oldest loved this series, and even though he's aged out of it, too, he still read this in one sitting after we found it at the library. Scieszka never ceases to bring the funny!

    5. This was a great conclusion to the series. I am a little sad that the adventure is over. I really liked the craziness of the story. I also liked Agent Umber. He was such a bad agent who occasionally did a good thing! I can hardly wait to see what new series the author comes up with next!

    6. bookaday #14ny alien adventures are a bit spastic, perhaps if I had read the previous 3 books in the series as I am not sure who all the characters are. Fans of the series I'm sure will love it. I enjoyed the phrase "way too media zonked" nice brain info included.

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