Format: Trade Paperback
Dimensions: 160 pages, 7.5 × 5.25 × 0.25 in
Published: February 1, 2000
Publisher: SCHOLASTIC INC
The following ISBNs are associated with this title:
ISBN - 10: 0439049989
ISBN - 13: 9780439049986
From the Publisher
The fourth book in Dav Pilkey''s mega-bestselling Captain Underpants series. Now with super-cool foil covers! Shiny! Fun!
George and Harold aren''t bad kids. They just like to "liven things up" for everybody. Unfortunately, their thoughtful jokes sometimes get them into a LOT of trouble. And when Professor Pippy P. Poopypants becomes their new science teacher . . . well, George and Harold almost cause the entire planet to be taken over by a maniacal, mad-scientist guy in a giant robot suit! Who will stop the perilous plot of Poopypants?!!? This looks like a job for Captain Underpants!
From the Jacket
He defeated the diabolical Dr. Diaper....He terminated the terrible talking toilets....He saved the world from three massive, tentacled space aliens disguised as cafeteria ladies....Now he''s in for the fight of his life. Can Captain Underpants and his drawers hold up under the pressure of the perilous plot of Professor Pippy P. Poopypants? It''s time to probe a little further and find out in this all-new, wedgier adventure of Captain Underpants!
About the Author
Dav Pilkey has written and illustrated numerous popular, award-winning books for children, including the Captain Underpants and Dumb Bunnies series; Dog Breath, winner of the California Young Reader Medal; and The Paperboy, a Caldecott Honor Book. He lives with his wife in the Pacific Northwest.
From Our Editors
A superhero that looks like a pink lima bean in white Y-fronts is not exactly typical kid's stuff. Then again, this is a lot funnier than typical kid's stuff. Dav Pilkey has combined chapter book and comic book formats to hilarious advantage with this hugely popular series. George and Harold are two mischievous grade-schoolers (with remarkably Calvin-esque expressions) whose favourite pastimes are rearranging the letters on the school sign to make stupid sayings (why pass up a chance to see the word "fart" in print?) and playing incredibly complex practical jokes on their teachers. In the three previous Captain Underpants books, George and Harold have tried to rein in their principal, Mr. Krupp, whom they "accidentally" hypnotized into believing he is their own comic book hero, Captain Underpants! He has, surprisingly, acquired a few superpowers and is transformed by the snap of a finger. Good thing, too, because the school is about to face a grave enemy: a diminutive scientist named Professor Pippy P. Poopypants. Unable to stop the children laughing at his ridiculous name, the professor snaps, and uses two of his inventions to shrink the school and enlarge his pet-exercising machine, the Gerbil-Jogger 2000, to serve as his giant robotic body. He terrorizes the school and makes everyone change their sensible names to outlandish Swisslandish names, based on a clever chart. (My name, as I write this, is now Stinky Wafflesniffer). Silly? Yes. Funny? That, too. There a
-- Denver Post, Denver, CO