The Bad Guys in Mission Unpluckable

The Bad Guys, Episode #2

Written and Illustrated by Aaron Blabey

The Bad Guys’ next mission? Rescue 10,000 chickens from a high-tech cage farm. But they are up against sizzling lasers, one feisty tarantula, and their very own Mr. Snake…who’s also known as “The Chicken Swallower.” What could possibly go wrong?

This series has been a big hit with the students here. The characters get into some crazy adventures that keep the reader interested and laughing. The students keep asking for more books in this series.

Student review:
I read this book quickly because I loved it so much. The pictures and story made me laugh a lot. It has a lot of humor in it and I loved the characters. These animals want to be good guys so they find things they can do to make them good guys. I really enjoyed the book and would recommend it to 1st-4th graders.

Review by Vanessa Eyre and Student, Robert Frost Elementary Media Center
Rating: ★★★★★ (5 stars)
Interest Level: Grades 2-4

The Bad Guys. Episode 2, The Bad Guys in Mission Unpluckable
Written by Aaron Blabey
Scholastic Inc.
138 pages
Release Date: February 28, 2017 (USA)
A review copy was provided by the publisher.

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6 thoughts on “The Bad Guys in Mission Unpluckable”

  1. Christine Fotheringham

    Wow! 5 stars! That is a good recommendation. Now I will have to add them to my to-read list. Would this pair well with the picture book “Carnivores”? I like to display books that have similar story lines when I share a book with my classes.

  2. This one has crossed the check out counter many times and I’ve been wanting to read it. Happy to hear you gave it 5 stars. I’ll have to snag that one for my summer reading stack!

  3. Thanks for the great review! I have been wanting to read this book, but it, along with the first one in this series, is always checked out at school. Jodie is right that humorous books are so popular with the kids…make a display of funny books and the table will always be empty!

  4. Our students love humor books and I have this on our next year’s purchase list. I was glad to see a student review as well

  5. Andrea Van Wagoner

    I’ve been wondering about what new books to add to the graphic novel section. this sound like a winner.

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