The Joker's Dozen

The Joker s Dozen The Joker transforms dozens of Gotham City citizens into laughing and robbing fools Is the Dark Knight outnumbered or can he even the odds Should he use a Batarang or another high tech weapon Can the

  • Title: The Joker's Dozen
  • Author: Laurie S. Sutton Ethen Beavers
  • ISBN: 9781434297112
  • Page: 256
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Joker transforms dozens of Gotham City citizens into laughing and robbing fools Is the Dark Knight outnumbered, or can he even the odds Should he use a Batarang or another high tech weapon Can the Caped Crusader save the city, or will the Clown Prince have the last laugh In this interactive story, YOU CHOOSE the path Batman should take With your help, he ll takeThe Joker transforms dozens of Gotham City citizens into laughing and robbing fools Is the Dark Knight outnumbered, or can he even the odds Should he use a Batarang or another high tech weapon Can the Caped Crusader save the city, or will the Clown Prince have the last laugh In this interactive story, YOU CHOOSE the path Batman should take With your help, he ll take down The Joker s Dozen

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    1. Read this review on : KK's Books & ReviewsWhat a fun idea! It's really for younger readers, but you might have to explain the choose your own aspect. My second grader thought the writing was too easy, but had trouble with choosing which direction to go. He kept wanting to turn the page directly and not understanding why he'd have to flip forward to another page.There are about a dozen different choices here, which may be a bit much for this age group. Again, definitely for the younger crowd. [...]

    2. "You Choose Stories: Batman" is published by Stone Arch Books (Casptone), in cooperation with DC Comics. The reader follows the directions at the bottom of the pages and the choices that are made determine the path of the story. Once the end is reached, the reader may start over and experience a new story by making different choices. The style of the story allows readers to choose which clues Batman will follow or which action he will take. The action is spiced with occasional sound effects (ono [...]

    3. A choose-your-own-adventure book focusing on Batman should be a right ripping read, a royal winner. But this isn't. Not only is it strictly for the under-tens, who might think there's a danger of them 'losing' the book for all of five minutes, it doesn't even follow the tenets of the 'choose your own adventure' idea – half the time here the dividing options are not what you would wish Batman to do, but whether the nature of something else is (a) or (b). So even if some of the twelve – TWELVE [...]

    4. One book does not necessarily mean one plot! This is made truth in this book of choose-your-own-plot style for the reader. There a dozen ways by which the Joker is wreaking havoc in and around Gotham city and Batman (practically the reader) decides how to proceed through analysis of the clues and respond to emergency calls and eventually capture the mad villainous mastermind. Makes a great read for children when bored of the same ending!A well informed reader is reminded of the strategy R.L.Stin [...]

    5. This is a great children's book; the book follows the Caped Crusader as he tries to take down the Joker and keep Gotham safe.The book is targeted to children about 7 or 8 years old; who are barely learning to read chapter books. The story is easy to follow and even gives children the option of picking their own ending. It's a fun adventure for young readers as they explore lengthier reads. Of course anyone really can read this book, however, older readers might not like the book as they will fin [...]

    6. Capstone does such a wonderful job with their DC books. This was a fun chosevyour own adventure with 12 possible endings. The Joker has transformed the town of Gotham into giggling criminials. The Joker toxin has Batman having to pick from a variety of crime scenarios: Bank robberies, museum heists and kidnapping.Even Batman is suseptable to the toxin leadingto one hilarious adventure. This is a fun read for families and a great book for young rreaders to tackle alone

    7. Borrowed from Publisher/NetGalley for an honest review.This is a chose your own adventure story that has Batman trying to stop the Joker's latest devious plan and it is up to the reader to decide how that will happen. I would say this book is more geared towards younger children who might be interested in reading comics.

    8. ~Received from NetGalley for an honest opinion~ I let my nephew read this and he said it wasn't something he really enjoyed. He loves Batman has more of the comics than I can count but he said this was boring. The art he said was awesome.

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