Welcome to another edition of Creative Kid Thursday!
Today my guest kid reviewer is my sister Josie!
Before I get to her review, I wanted to say congratulations to her because she achieved an awesome goal. Josie came in third place in points for the year in her class at the go-kart track she races at!!!
This is very cool considering this is her first full year of racing. YAY!
I am very proud of her.
She has some awesome racing skills (something I want no part of – it looks terrifying – I am happy being part of the pit crew. ).
NOW ON TO CREATIVE KID THURSDAY!
Ben 10 Omniverse: Ghost Ship #1By Cory Levine
Art by: Alan Brown
64 pages – ages 8+
Published by: Viz Media first printing 2013
Summary (from Amazon) BEN 10 is one of the best-selling boy’s action franchises of all time! OMNIVERSE brings together the best of all Ben 10 series with new adventures in both the past and present, new villains and all new mysteries!
For more than five years, Ben Tennyson has been saving the universe with his Omnitrix, which allows him to use the DNA of aliens to take on heroic new forms.
But he’s never encountered a challenge quite like this! Teamed up with a new partner, Rook, who seriously needs to relax, Ben investigates the mysteries of a hidden underground alien city and has to battle a new enemy, Khyber, who has only one thing on his mind: hunting down Ben 10!
Ben and Rook investigate a distress call that lands them on a stranded space ship with a secret…and puts them right where Khyber wants them, trapped with no way out while he and his shape-shifting dog hunt them down.
Now Ben’s got to get off a ship that’s falling out of space, save himself and his partner from Khyber’s dog, and figure out the mystery of the “Ghost Ship!”
Ben 10 Omniverse: Ghost Ship #1 – Our Review
What Josie Thought
I really like Ben 10 cartoons. I think he is a good character. The book is pretty great.
This book is about a cartoon of Ben 10 I saw. It was the same, but I liked reading the cartoon in the book.
I actually like the pictures in this book better than in the cartoon. I think I like the whole book better.
I like the story too. It is pretty exciting. I think other kids my age will like this book (I am ten). I don’t like that they say Ben 10 is for boys in the thing on Amazon.
I am a girl and I love Ben 10. I think other girls do too.
Bravest Warriors: The Search for Catbug
Edited by: Joel Enos
Art by: Alan McGinty, Ian Howell, Corin Lau, Fawn Hunt, Rachel Warburton, Mr. Turner,
Zack Ciurczak, Dan Hillburn, Becca Monlongo, Jorge Lovett, Nate Smith, Brian Ferguson,
Lee Smart, Jamie Campidelli, Maurizio Ry-Spirit, C Samantha Cummings, Matt Kuhn,
Jeremy Leong, Sonia Fukuda Trant, Inori Chao, Jon Rupert, Mao Stanton, Domo Brown
64 pages – ages 7+
Published by: Perfect Square on August 19, 2014
Summary from Goodreads:
Four teenage travelers traverse the universe saving those in need…though not always in the way you’d expect…in fact…never!
Along the way they meet aliens, phantoms and other interdimensionals’ including everyone’s favorite, Catbug. Sometimes…they even meet themselves!
Featuring more than 25 artists, this is a new one-of-a-kind art book in the style of a classic seek & find from Perfect Square featuring the Bravest Warriors.
Catbug ate some weird new cubes of food that caused him to lose what little control he already had over his jump abilities!
Now he’s careening through dimensions, unable to stop! Help the Bravest Warriors travel the galaxy and find Catbug.
Just don’t eat any of those cube snacks or you might end up lost too!
Bravest Warriors: The Search for Catbug – Our Review
What Josie Thought
I like comic books a lot. I like the pictures in them and this is a whole book of big cool pictures where you get to find Catbug. Catbug is cute.
I like how all the pictures look different. There is a part in the back of the book that shows who made which picture. I like that. I like to find things in books like this.
Sometimes Catbug was hard to find but I like that it was hard to do. The pictures show the adventure Catbug goes on.