Mo and Jo Fighting Together Forever
Title : Mo and Jo Fighting Together Forever
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ISBN : 0979923859
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 40 pages
Category : 13th-century
Tags : fantasy, historical-romance, urban-fantasy, belgium, teen, psychology

Related to Books Mo and Jo Fighting Together Forever Lynch provides classic comic book repartee in beginning reader friendly vocabulary ably matched to Haspiel s bold images and zippy colors the highest quality production supplies good, old fashioned fun and a superhero lesson that packs a wallop Kirkus Reviews Mona and Joey can t stop fighting When the Mighty Mojo decides to give his powerful costume to them, these a Lynch provides classic comic book repartee in beginning reader friendly vocabulary ably matched to Haspiel s bold images and zippy colors the highest quality production supplies good, old fashioned fun and a superhero lesson that packs a wallop Kirkus Reviews 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 ea More at http://www.thephotoroll.com/php_uploads


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  • Daniel Garcia
    Daniel Garcia

    we s like that twin same good hero wow that but still good support nice twin and bad evil robots that live a with him really fight young twin nice.

  • Jennifer Wardrip
    Jennifer Wardrip

    Reviewed by Jennifer Wardrip, aka The Genius for Kids TeensReadToo.comJoey and Mona are typical siblings They argue a lot They fight over the video game controller a lot They make fun of each other a lot There s one thing they can agree on, though Mighty MoJo is the most awesome superhero ever And when they discover the secret behind MoJo s identity, and are given his superpowers to fight evil, you d think the arguing between Joey and Mona would stop But it doesn t, until they r

  • Mike Aragona
    Mike Aragona

    I think it s amazing how Dean Haspiel s work which can be so hardcore and down to earth for his tuff superhero work can work so well on this young readers book return return The story itself is cute and simple enough siblings get a surprise visit from their superhero idol who decides to retire and let them be heroes in his stead The moral of the tale this is a young reader book after all is that only by putting aside their sibling rivalry can they become true heroes By working toge

  • Justyn Rampa
    Justyn Rampa

    I don t know what it is about some of these Toon Books, but man the characters are unlikeable and argumentative I don t know if the intention is to provide an example to children so that they realize the wrong way to behave, but I don t knowI would much rather read a Berenstain Bears book any day of the week.It was neat to have a classic comic look in the presentation of this book and of course introduce a very basic classic comic book cape story.I just can t help but wish it were better.

  • Ru
    Ru

    i give this one star than i would give it myself because my two year old son LOVES it made me read it to him three times in one sitting which could, i think, qualify as a dictionary definition of tedious kind of a fun concept, sort of, but than any of the other toon books, this one seems like they first wrote an adult story and then cut it down to fit the length and audience the series was created to service unlike, say, silly lilly or benny penny, which were very good early

  • Jessica
    Jessica

    I received this book for free from the publisher All content and opinions are my own.Mo and Jo is the story of Mona and Joey, a brother and sister who love the same superhero, Mojo, but who can t seem to get along When Mojo retires and gives the siblings his suit and powers, they have to learn how to work together This book, too, was in chapters I felt that this one was a little preachy than the others, but I think it would work for the intended demographic kids.

  • Jess Brown
    Jess Brown

    I say eh to this one Mo Jo, the two constantly fighting siblings put aside their differences to combat the villain Honestly, the storyline was flat, and the dialogue was lame I felt the obviousness of the moral the entire time I was reading it, and I daresay a kid would, too I d prefer a original take on this theme.

  • Lora
    Lora

    This simple superhero story is not remotely entertaining It is so simple that even struggling readers that are fans of superheroes and graphic novels won t like this book It doesn t contain the creativity and wonderful storytelling that excellent graphic novels have I would not recommend this book to anyone.

  • Wayne
    Wayne

    When the Mighty Mojo gives his powerful costume to an argumntetive twin Mo and Jo, they fight so much they rip it in half Will they find a way to combine their powers, fight the evil Saw Jaw and save their town Topics are Fiction, heroes, cooperation, family, cartoons comics and graphic novel Reading age is Level 3 Link to bibliographic record is

  • Terry
    Terry

    Borrow or buy As a shared story, it is a book that pre readers would enjoy As an easy reader, there is a solid story that will engage kids learning to read Odds are good that a reluctant or remedial reader would pick this up than once.

Mo and Jo Fighting Together Forever