Johnny Boo The Best Little Ghost in the World Johnny Boo is the best little ghost in the whole world because he s got Boo Power This means that he can go BOO really loudly His pet ghost Squiggle has Squiggle Power which means that he can fly

  • Title: Johnny Boo: The Best Little Ghost in the World
  • Author: James Kochalka
  • ISBN: 9781603090131
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Johnny Boo is the best little ghost in the whole world, because he s got Boo Power This means that he can go BOO really loudly His pet ghost, Squiggle, has Squiggle Power, which means that he can fly and do really fast loop the loops Together they have the world s greatest ghost adventures When the giant pink and yellow Ice Cream Monster bumbles into their lives, theJohnny Boo is the best little ghost in the whole world, because he s got Boo Power This means that he can go BOO really loudly His pet ghost, Squiggle, has Squiggle Power, which means that he can fly and do really fast loop the loops Together they have the world s greatest ghost adventures When the giant pink and yellow Ice Cream Monster bumbles into their lives, they go into a mad panic until they discover that he s actually quite friendly.

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    1. I love James Kochalka! I read this with one of the regular library kids. We usually read Elephant & Piggie together, but that's getting pretty easy for her so I grabbed some level 2 books to sandwich in between some E&P level 1 bread. There are 2 main characters in the Johnny Boo books (Johnny Boo & Squiggle) so you can read it aloud much in the same way you might E&P. There is a monster character in this one, which I regret voicing so enthusiastically because my throat really hu [...]

    2. My daughter loves books. She's two-and-a-bit and, beyond an affection for Miyazaki films, her only truly manic love is for books. She will read them by herself but absolutely prefers to have them read to her. She's gone through several favourites, her canon constantly in flux, but right now she seems to be on a bit of a Frog and Toad kick. I tried out Johnny Boo on her and the result was appreciation though not adulation. Mainly, she likes Squiggle well enough and enjoys the voice I give to Ice [...]

    3. Johnny Boo is a happy, little ghost that loves to play with his pet ghost, Squiggle. Squiggle has Squiggle power because he can do loop-de-loops, and Johnny Boo has Boo power because he can yell "BOO!" really loudly. The friends play, get mad at each other for "cheating", and make up in time to go get ice cream. Johnny wants Squiggle to whisper when talking about the ice cream because of the ice cream monster, but the monster finds them anyway. After they realize the monster is nice, they let hi [...]

    4. For a variety of reasons I've read a few of these over the last few months. And I find myself warming to them. At first read, they feel SO simple as to be unsubstantial. Squiggle and Johnny are simple characters with simple concerns. There is an Ice Cream Monster. The background is strictly grass, hedge, and sky. The characters lead the kids through the story, from the title page to the author verso of the author photo page. Kochalka makes the book form friendly and silly and not intimidating. A [...]

    5. You have to read it out loud! I first read it to my son when he was 5 and he laughed the whole way through. My kindergartens and grade ones think it is hysterical. They love all the sound effects. It is a great intro to graphic books. I think part of the appeal is that the dialogue between the 2 main characters, Squiggle and Johnny Boo, sounds just like a couple of primary kids squabbling and making up with each other.

    6. Okay, the kids love this book. However, I find graphic novels annoying to read and the ice cream monster reminds me of Yo Gabba Gabba, which I loathe. If I didn't have to read it out loud, I would probably like it a lot more.

    7. One Sentence Review: You don't find many graphic novel easy readers out there and I think that this one might be pretty okay, except there's something about it that makes my 30-year-old eyes blur.

    8. This is such a cute little children's book! It's about Johnny Boo and his friend Squiggles. They are ghost friends. They are playing tag and Johnny Boo wins by using his "boo power" (saying boo and scaring people). Squiggles is upset so Johnny Boo offers to share his secret ice cream. But then an ice cream monster comes up! Johnny Boo uses his boo power again and scares the monster. Then the ice cream monster becomes their friend so they go to get the secret ice cream. When they do, the ice crea [...]

    9. Perfect little book for kids around 5-6 years old who struggle to see what's fun about reading. Great visuals to go with the words. Comic book style, if the younger readers have older siblings into comics and want to read comics too.Message is about friendship and being kind. With boy-ish characters, good for little boys to see themselves in.

    10. This is a funny, adorable graphic novel great for K-2 kids. Ice cream, burping, friendly monsters, and tummy squiggles: what's not to love? Elephant & Piggie fans would probably like this series as well.

    11. In this graphic novel, Johnny Boo and his companion, Squiggle, compete with each other in terms of who has the most power. Johnny Boo has the power to say "boo" and scare others, and Squiggle has the power to fly in loop-de-loops that make him faster than his counterparts. After Johnny Boo scares Squiggle, he promises him ice cream from his secret stash to make up for his actions. While on their way to get ice cream, an ice cream monster appears, which is problematic, as Squiggle is afraid of mo [...]

    12. Johnny Boo is a ghost. He has Boo Power. He has a pet ghost, Squiggle, who has Squiggle Power. They have many great adventures and are very funny. This is a great series to get reluctant readers going. It's in a comic book frame style so it doesn't seem so much like it's reading. Plus it has lots of silly action words (as well as Johnny's BOO!) that kids can mimic.This is the first and Johnny and Squiggle have a friendly spat (Squiggle gets his feelings hurt easily) and decide to make up by havi [...]

    13. I think that this book is a really excellent graphic novel for children who are in the younger grades of elementary school. I would use this book to introduce graphic novels in maybe a 1st or 2nd grade class. The book is kind of long but it would be a really fun book to read together as a class perhaps assigning one 'chapter' each night for the kids to read at home so we can read it together in class the next day. The books plot is alright but definitely aimed for the younger elementary school c [...]

    14. ReviewThe graphic novel”Johnny Boo The Best Little Ghost In The World” by James Kochalka is about a ghost and his friend squiggle who go on an adventure, fighting each other and monsters all over some ice cream. This graphic novel is easily described as a fun read to children. One has to stretch to find a moral of the story. Children may be able to find a theme of don't judge a book by its cover, or be nice to your friends. This graphic novel is very appropriate and fun for young adult reade [...]

    15. The graphic novel”Johnny Boo The Best Little Ghost In The World” by James Kochalka is about a ghost and his friend squiggle who go on an adventure, fighting each other and monsters all over some ice cream. This graphic novel is easily described as a fun read to children. One has to stretch to find a moral of the story. Children may be able to find a theme of don't judge a book by its cover, or be nice to your friends. This graphic novel is very appropriate and fun for young adult readers. Th [...]

    16. Johnny Boo is the best little ghost in the world, and his pet ghost Squiggle is pretty great, too! One day while playing a game of chase, Squiggle decides that Johnny Boo cheated and gets really, really, really, mad. The only way Johnny Boo can make it up to him is with ice cream. But on the way to get it, they run into a scary Ice Cream Monster! They’re really scared; until they find out he’s a nice Ice Cream Monster and decide to share their ice cream with him. But the Ice Cream Monster ge [...]

    17. ALSC Recommended Graphic Novel, K-2. A fun out-loud bedtime read with the kids. The book forced me into making goofy sounds, which our 2-year-old son found especially hilarious. The illustration of the Ice Cream Monster is straight out of Yo Gabba Gabba, which is another household favorite. Both kids remained focused on the silly story throughout.My only "problem" with this version of Johnny Boo? It's on the lowbrow side, with repetitive burping and vomiting from Ice Cream Monster. This was an A [...]

    18. My kids absolutely LOVE Johnny Boo books. They lend themselves very easily to different character voices. We first read Johnny Boo and the Happy Apples, then just checked out this one from the library. My 4-year-old son already knew the characters from the Happy Apples story, and as I read this one I kept looking over to see the huge smile that was plastered across his face in anticipation of what was going to happen next. He loves the voices as I read each character's lines. The stories and ill [...]

    19. Cute illustrations. This is a story about ghost friends and their encounter with an ice cream monster. Both ghosts have special powers: boo powers and squiggle powers which help them defeat the monster. Very simple story, lots of repetition, great for kids just learning to read and looking for something fun to gain confidence with reading skills. Also great visual cues for readers to use for understanding the characters' inflection in their speech bubbles.

    20. I don't know why but my kids (boys 5 and 8) are in love with this book. They read it at least 3 times a day. Even my 2-yr. old pretends to read it. It is a sweet book about two little ghosts. The language is funny and there is an ice cream monster and some burping at the end. My kids laugh from start to finish. Oh, and another plus is that it is a graphic novel easy ready written with lower-case letters! Yay!

    21. What is not to like about James Kochalka our American Elf? I realize I haven't been pushing his comics via and now the time has come. This story is silly and drawn in a simplified cartoonish-comic book style that I love James for. He is super. My students loves his books something awful as well. Pinky & Stinky is a perpetual favorite with 10-year-olds.

    22. Adorable. Funny. Starring Johnny Boo, Squiggle and The Ice Cream Monster. Ice Cream monster greedily gobbles up all of the ice cream and accidentally swallows Squiggle. Squiggle swishes his way out of the Ice Cream monster with a burp and Johnny Boo utilizes the power of Boo to get the Ice Cream Monster to stop burping.

    23. I gave this book three stars, but only because our girls really enjoyed it. I thought it was fairly irritating. It reads like a story written by a first grader and that might've been the allure for our girls. Since they liked it, I will encourage them to read more of these books on their own, but I don't know if I could read any more.

    24. I have to say that I didn't think much of the story, and the pictures made me think that a child had drawn them, but they are very happy and colorful and my 4 year old son, who read the book out loud to me really loved it, and that's what counts. So, a good easy reader for little boys!

    25. This book is weird - yet enjoyable!Johnny Boo is a ghost with Boo Power and he has a pet ghost, Squiggle, who has Squiggle Power! They have adventures, including one with the Ice Cream Monster!Again, weird, but fun! My 8 year old daughter loves it!

    26. This book was mentioned in a GeekDad article on the best halloween books for kids. See list here.

    27. This story was weird. Ghosts are racing each other and decide to get ice cream that is in a secret place. An ice cream monster appears and chases them and ends up eating all of the ice cream as well as one of the ghosts. There were plenty of speech bubbles and limited colors.

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