Mo And Jo Fighting Together Forever: Toon Level 3 by Jay LynchMo And Jo Fighting Together Forever: Toon Level 3 by Jay Lynch

Mo And Jo Fighting Together Forever: Toon Level 3

byJay LynchIllustratorDean Haspiel

Hardcover | September 11, 2008

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Mona and Joey can't stop fighting! When the Mighty Mojo decides to give his powerful costume to them, these argumentative twins fight so much they rip it in half. Now each one is only half as strong! Can Mo and Jo find a way to combine their powers, fight the evil Saw-Jaw and save their town?
Dean Haspiel, who drew Mo and Jo, used to read Fantastic Four and Shazam! when he was a kid. He admits that he used to fight with his brother all the time, too: 'All siblings have a healthy rivalry, and so did we.' Dean has illustrated Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon's The Escapist and drawn superheroes for Marvel and DC C...
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Title:Mo And Jo Fighting Together Forever: Toon Level 3Format:HardcoverDimensions:40 pages, 9.25 × 6.25 × 0.32 inPublished:September 11, 2008Publisher:TOON BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0979923859

ISBN - 13:9780979923852

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Highly Recommended Early Reader Toon Books are a new set of graphic novels aimed at the emerging reader. They are written and illustrated by professional artists/authors and are wildly intriguing for the young reader. My son who is reading at a Gr. 2 level enjoyed these immensely. The three I am reviewing are the second and latest set (Aug. 2008) to be released. Mo and Jo: Fighting Together Forever by Dean Haspiel & Jay Lynch is again for the more experienced reader, divided into chapters and is the highest reading level of the lot, approx Gr.2-3. My struggling reader had some difficulties with the vocabulary but with a little help from Mum and Dad he was eager to read the super hero story. With both a girl and boy character this should appeal to both, though I think boys are going to love this one for sure. Every boy's dream of becoming a superhero comes true when Mo and Jo's mailman comes to their house and admits that he is the Mighty Mojo but he is retiring and would like to give them his costume which contains his powers. As a parent I was thrilled with these enticing books that held my reluctant reader's interest and kept him reading page after page without any pressure from mum or dad to just try and read one more page. In fact we all liked them so much I've ordered the first three for Christmas presents this year and look forward to the next books that will published next year. These 'early readers' are a fabulous use of the graphic novel format.
Date published: 2008-11-23