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Ruby Oliver Quartet . Lane Smith. Get A Copy. Paperback , 80 pages. Published April 26th by Puffin Books first published January 1st More Details Original Title. Time Warp Trio 3. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Good, the Bad, and the Goofy , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about The Good, the Bad, and the Goofy. Lists with This Book.
Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. The beginning of the book has one of the boys speaking out about the horrible stereotyping of "Indians" in a show they are watching, then the book goes on to make the very same mistakes for the Natives in the story. Even if they did allow for some of the Indians to be nice guys, they still had a group attempt to scalp the boys. We were going to read through the collection as a family, but there is no way I would read this one to my kids. OK, these books are enjoyable, but I do have one major beef. I've read three books so far and there have been two extremely minor female characters - Joe's Mom, and Guinevere.
Not only do they have a combined amount of maybe five pages of "screen time," they are both introduced in the first book. Why is history a lady-free zone here? Dec 26, Pablo V rated it it was amazing. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
A boy want to house and get to the house and her sad and her I miss there dad and teachers and her cow and drink. Mar 19, Mary Henson rated it liked it Shelves: trasitional. Fred, Sam and Joe are bored with the cowboy movie they're watching at a sleepover. Having traveled in time before to the time of pirates, giants and wizards, they wonder aloud what it would be like to see real cowboys. When the green mist starts rising from the magic book, they know they are on their way. The time of real cowboys turns out to be much dirtier, more difficult and dangerous than they could have imagined.
Riding drag means they follow the herd, round up strays, land on cacti and eat Fred, Sam and Joe are bored with the cowboy movie they're watching at a sleepover. Riding drag means they follow the herd, round up strays, land on cacti and eat horrible food. They are captured by members of a Cheyenne tribe.
They wonder if they will ever get home again. They have discovered in their captivity information about the culture and government of the Cheyenne. If only they magic book will appear, they can return to their home and safety. At one point, they are strapped to a tree with expectations of being scalped by one of the more violent members of the tribe. Next, there is a battle between the cowboy cavalry and the indians. When the magic book appears just in time, they are transported back to the sleepover.
Typically, the illustrations of the books are comic with simple shapes and lines as in the cover illustrations. The style of illustrations varies when they are captured, depicting the Indians in a more realistic, detailed fashion. This seems to be appropriate and culturally sensitive. The pen and ink drawings typically add an element of hilarity to even terrifying moments. With illustrations on every fourth page integrated with the text, young readers will enjoy the humor and imagery provided.
The cover conveys the imaginative nature of the books and comic style of the series drama. The short chapters, action and humor will appeal to young readers building stamina toward chapter books. I'd recommend this book for children ages , depending on reading level.
Dec 06, Edie rated it liked it Shelves: finished. They find a group of cowboys, but a storm comes and separates them. They run into Indian, and takes them back to their village. The chief makes the decision to let them live, but the hunter le The Good The Bad, And The Goofy By: Jon Scieszka Fred, Sam, Joe are on summer vacation they have a book that sends them to any time period and they get themselves in a pickle. The chief comes and saves them, but the king them comes and tries to kill them.
They have to stop time with the book.
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They save the Indians and comes to their time period. More of a 3. I liked the writing of Jon Sciezka and less so the illustrations, which are a bit racist looking. The story starts with the Trio having a sleep over and watching a lily white cowboy named Bob protect a wagon train from a group of Indians. The Trio decide they should go back and be cowboys.
When they arrive back in time they fin that the cowboys they find are mostly black and Mexican. Aug 11, Kate Foran rated it liked it Shelves: middle-grade. Funny and clever. The adventure is framed by a stereotypical western movie full of bad info — and then the boys time travel and end up with taste of the true old west but some problematic stereotypes of Native Americans get reinforced, not busted. Would appeal to reluctant readers guided reading level P who struggle with reading stamina up to 5th or maybe 6th grade, especially boys.
May 08, Ron rated it really liked it Shelves: elementary.
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This is a short book that is part of a series. This is the first of these books that I've read, and I didn't feel like I missed too much. The 3 main kids have a book that allows them to time travel. In this book, they go back to the old west days of cowboys and Indians.
They get into some trouble and eventually get themselves out of it and back to today. Aug 20, Roger Gaboury rated it really liked it. Oct 11, Melissa rated it liked it. Sometimes a little scary for my 6-year-old, especially when I had to explain things like scalping. But it's not stopping him from wanting to continue the series. This one, out of the three I've read was probably my second favorite. Waiting for my brother to read it. Sep 27, Karen rated it liked it. This book was indeed goofy, and rather fun, and very quick to read.
There is a lot of action and dialogue and silly situations. So, pretty much perfect for a nine-year-old boy. Aug 23, Jose Gonzalez rated it it was amazing. It is a Great book full of surprises I recommend it for anyone. Jan 08, Kelli rated it really liked it Shelves: own , school-library. I have had many people comment on my goal of books to read this year, especially since I am finishing my masters and will be trying to find a job all in the first six months of the year. My response is generally always the same. I am a firm believer that you have to make time every day to read; even if it is only for five minutes.
Additionally, as a teacher, I need to read the books that I am either offering to my students or that I know my students are reading. What use am I if I have no kn I have had many people comment on my goal of books to read this year, especially since I am finishing my masters and will be trying to find a job all in the first six months of the year. What use am I if I have no knowledge about what books are out there for my students.
I don't know if you have noticed, but there are a TON of childrens books out there. I am both overwhelmed by the number of them and beyond excited to start tackling reading them! It was recommended to me by a teacher at the school that I am interning at this year. It was great. This is part of a series of books about three boys who travel through time. They do so through the use of a book that one boy received from his uncle. They really don't know how the book works which leads to being put in some interesting places in time.
Once they have traveled, they can't return home until they find the book in the time period they are currently visiting. This book took them to the time of cowboys that culminated in a show down with General Custard. I'll stop there so that I don't give anything away. This is a great book for those students that love adventure and fantasy at the same time. I have several students that I have in mind for this already.
It is a P guided reading book with a lexile score. I can't wait to see what my students think. Feb 26, Christina rated it liked it Shelves: childrens-books , 3-stars. How cool is that? They get to be cowboys! Not so fast. The Wild West stinks- literally. The food is awful.
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The cattle are trying to stampede them and the Indians are trying to scalp them. I guess the Wild West is actually not that much fun. The boys must find The Book if they are going to make it back to their home with their scalps. Again, another entertaining and quick read. While my daughter and I usually enjoy longer books, it is also fun sometimes to pick up a book we can finish in one sitting. And the stories are funny. I thought it was hilarious when Joe was trying to communicate with an Indian and it turned out the Indian spoke English.
Too funny. Anyway, a fun and quick read that is perfect for read aloud sessions, although you may want to be prepared to explain scalping. My daughter asked about that- Daughter: What is scalping? Me: Well, the Indian takes a knife and cuts off the top part of the head so that the hair stays intact. Daughter: Why?