Cover image for Bugging out / John Kloepfer ; illustrated by Mark Oliver.
Title:
Bugging out / John Kloepfer ; illustrated by Mark Oliver.
Title Variants:
Monsters unleashed
ISBN:
9780062427533
Edition:
First edition.
Publication Information:
New York, NY : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, [2018]

©2018
Physical Description:
166 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Abstract:
When his town is infested by a swarm of self-replicating, man-eating bugs, Freddie Liddle and his friends set out to stop the 3D printed insects before they devour everything in sight.
Audience/Reading Level:
Ages 8-10.
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Summary

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From the author of the popular Zombie Chasers series comes the second book in the hilarious, action-packed Monsters Unleashed duology.

The only thing worse than monsters? Bugs. Billions of them.



Just when Freddie Liddle thought he could catch a break, a new kind of terror infests his town: slimy, disgusting, man-eating, self-replicating bugs. But these aren't just any pests--these bugs were 3D printed by Freddie's classmate Trevor, and they're stronger, faster, and meaner than any other insect on earth.



Now it's up to Freddie, his new friends, and their pet monsters to stop these bad bugs before they devour everything in sight. The kids start crunching, stomping, and smashing, but as the bugs get bigger, the chances of winning against them get smaller.

Can Freddie and his friends get the creepy crawlers to buzz off before their town goes SPLAT?


Reviews 1

Horn Book Review

Using the magic 3D printer that brought Freddie's monster doodles to life in the first book, a student outcast prints a monstrous insect--which quickly multiplies into a swarm. Freddie, his pals, and their own pet monsters must destroy the horde before it consumes everything in sight. Monster-movie fans will look past stock characters and enjoy the fast-paced action. Black-and-white illustrations enhance the goofy-creepy antics. (c) Copyright 2019. The Horn Book, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.