Unlimited Deadly Disease of Doom - by Jennifer L. Holm Matthew Holm, Deadly Disease of Doom, Jennifer L. Holm Matthew Holm, Deadly Disease of Doom Ahhh CHOO From the New York Times bestselling Eisner winning creators of Babymouse it s Squish s most contagiously fun adventure yet Uh oh A deadly disease is spreading through Small Pond People are dropping like flies And YIKES it looks like Squish is patient Will this epic epidemic be the end of everyone s favorite amoeba And if it is who will he leave hiAhhh CHOO Fro Unlimited Deadly Disease of Doom - by Jennifer L. Holm Matthew Holm - Deadly Disease of Doom, Deadly Disease of Doom Ahhh CHOO From the New York Times bestselling Eisner winning creators of Babymouse it s Squish s most contagiously fun adventure yet Uh oh A deadly disease is spreading through Small Pond People are

  • Title: Deadly Disease of Doom
  • Author: Jennifer L. Holm Matthew Holm
  • ISBN: 9780307983060
  • Page: 344
  • Format: Hardcover

Unlimited Deadly Disease of Doom - by Jennifer L. Holm Matthew Holm Unlimited Deadly Disease of Doom - by Jennifer L. Holm Matthew Holm - Deadly Disease of Doom, Deadly Disease of Doom Ahhh CHOO From the New York Times bestselling Eisner winning creators of Babymouse it s Squish s most contagiously fun adventure yet Uh oh A deadly disease is spreading through Small Pond People are

  • Unlimited Deadly Disease of Doom - by Jennifer L. Holm Matthew Holm
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Deadly Disease of Doom

About "Jennifer L. Holm Matthew Holm"

  1. Jennifer L. Holm Matthew Holm

    Jennifer L Holm is a NEW YORK TIMES bestselling children s author and the recipient of three Newbery Honors for her novels OUR ONLY MAY AMELIA, PENNY FROM HEAVEN, and TURTLE IN PARADISE Jennifer collaborates with her brother, Matthew Holm, on two graphic novel series the Eisner Award winning Babymouse series and the bestselling Squish series She is also the author of several other highly praised books, including the Boston Jane trilogy and MIDDLE SCHOOL IS WORSE THAN MEATLOAF She lives in California with her husband and two children.

815 thoughts on “Deadly Disease of Doom”

  1. Another fun quick read in the series and contained science stuff than previous titles which is actually welcome Super Amoeba s story seemed to end abruptly which made me wonder if that was always the case or if I just constantly blacked out when reading those pages.


  2. Squish Deadly Disease of Doom is a story about an amoeba that thinks he has a serious disease every day because he gets very sick in the morning This fun and different book will make the reader laugh and keep guessing as to what his disease really is This book is considered a superhero story so boys and girls alike will love it The author makes the story clear to read by making the boxes have the same frames and most of them are similar sizes and shapes He paid great attention to detail in his i [...]


  3. Another fantastic addition to everyone s favorite amoeba, Squish In Deadly Disease of Doom Squish is simultaneously learning about chemical reactions in school while battling his own repeated ailments Googling his symptoms is sure to elucidate him on the problem and help make him feel better right WRONG Never google your symptoms Seriously why is this not explained in schools on day one Can Squish finish his science work before science finishes him Will Pod ever purchase his own Twinkies Will Pe [...]





  4. This graphic novel uses comic book formatting This book gives human characteristics to amebas The main ameba in this book is Squish and he starts off his day like any other kid, and has a group of good friends Squish reads a comic book about his favorite super hero and relates it to parts of his life One day Squish s science teacher does an experiment, then Squish suddenly becomes sick He thinks he has a deadly disease, and does not know what to do The plot of this story is to teach kids how if [...]



  5. This science graphic novel is about the main character Squish getting sick Every morning, he keeps going to the nurse because he is throwing up and getting stomach aches He is also learning about acid base reactions in his science class and wants to make a breakthrough in science.He is very dramatic about what he thinks his sickness may be because of the comic he reads in his free time In the end, he goes to the doctor and just realizes that it is his diet From there, he hopes that he will only [...]


  6. Overall, this is graphic novel relates to a small amoeba that begins to suffer through a minor illness In terms of genres, this story would not exactly fit into a traditional genre of graphic novels There is no sense of non fiction, and this story is not considered to be manga or a superhero story When it comes to the way that this story is constructed, the panels for the most part are similar in size and do not vary in a drastic way The empty gutters also do not display much correlation to the [...]


  7. Copyright 2015Genre Graphic Novel Fantasy Squish is a series about characters that are single celled animals and their lives This volume was about Squish, the main character, and what is making him sick It is a mystery until the end when he finds out the combination that is causing it It is totally unrealistic I m positive that amoebas don t go to school or eat Twinkies or have social lives Target Audience Third through fifth grade There are some challenging words and concepts that have to do wi [...]


  8. In this graphic novel, a deadly disease is spreading through Small Pond In Deadly Disease of Doom, Squish gets sick and panics about his impending death After visiting the doctor, the doctor gives Squish advice to make his sickness go away Is it a deadly disease Or something less harmful This is the seventh installment in the series that follows a blob named Squish The book has great graphics with pops of color in it as well I gave this book two stars because it goes pretty fast, however what wa [...]


  9. This is the seventh book in the Squish series by Jennifer L Holm and Matthew Holm Our youngest devoured the Babymouse series in no time and while we waited for the next book in that series, she switched to this one I ve found that these stories aren t nearly as compelling or charming as the Babymouse ones In both series, the main character learns a moral lesson and the stories are all entertaining I just like the Babymouse characters better But our youngest really likes Squish, and she s eager t [...]


  10. Super Amoeba is trying to solve a strange epidemic that s hitting Small Pond in Squish s comic reading while in real life Squish keeps getting seriously sick to his stomach He does what any modern internet user does and types in his symptoms while waiting for test results to come back from the doctor And of course, the internet tells Squish he is dying of a horrible disease Squish gets his last will and testament ready while the Super Amoeba tracks down the source of the disease hitting Small Po [...]


  11. Squish is back the seventh in this series from the sister and brother team Jennifer Newbery honor author and Matthew Holm Squish is a great acceptable and accessible graphic novel series that actually has a character who also reads a comic book about Super Amoeba within the graphic novel The focus here is acid base reactions which is at the heart off Squish s perceived deadly disease A good book to introduce that concept with some scientific experiments included to promote a bit of inquiry from [...]


  12. Like all the Squish books, totally fun and kids will be able to relate to it, with a dose of life lesson and science thrown in Squish thinks he s dying which made me laugh because of how we all seem to self diagnose ourselves on the internet , but of course it s nothing serious Mostly, it s just fun.


  13. More Squish fun as he fears he has a deadly disease pretty hilarious when Squish has a huge barf Fun science included, references to Babymouse, and how to draw section for Super Amoeba although back cover says learn to draw Squish s dad.


  14. When Squish starts to feel sick each morning, he fears he has the deadly parasitic black death amoebitis disease After learning in science class about acids and bases, Squish decides to do some experiments of his own can he figure out what s making his stomach hurt





  15. I died laughing about Squish being a hypochondriac it reminds me of someone very close to me Another great GN from the Holm siblings



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