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by Eoin COLFER




Download The Legend of Spud Murphy epub
ISBN: 0141321644
ISBN13: 978-0141321646
Category: No category
Author: Eoin COLFER
Language: English
Publisher: Hyperion; First edition (2004)
ePUB size: 1936 kb
FB2 size: 1297 kb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 390
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My 2 younger boys absolutely love all three of the legend books! They wish their were more. This is their favorite. I enjoyed reading it to them, too. It is a funny book & well written. We got this at the library & they wanted to own it as well. We actually purchased a copy for each of them. They said they want to pass it onto their kids when they grow up, get married, & have their own. This really helped spark a love for reading for one of our boys who wasn't really interested in reading. After reading this, he requested bookcases for his bedroom & this book (& others) for his birthday. My oldest son has really enjoyed other books by Eoin Colfer. The Artemis Fowl series & others.
Ishnsius
This book made ME (the MOM!) laugh out loud!!! I love when there is a book that I enjoy as much as the kids!
Foginn
This book IGNIGHTED my daughters love of reading- I am thankful to the author ❤️❤️The font and print size- the content was brilliant - i am so thrilled as a parent to have my daughter truly loved reading this book - espically after struggling thru other previous "boring books" as she calls them, thanks to this brilliant author for capturing her intrest.
Uaha
Funny and pleasant reading book. Good for kids who don't really like to read. Doesn't stress the brain much and included a giggle or two. I could imagine it like a kid's cartoon in my mind.
Painbrand
Any story that can make me laugh out load is always a good read. This read gives you a break from your everyday life.
Bad Sunny
Good book for children aged about 10 years old, grandson was reading it so thought I'd read it aswell to see what kids read now
Foxanayn
I read this to my fourth graders. They are still laughing and can't wait for the next book!
I picked this up on a whim, and am delighted that I did so. I'm familiar with Eoin Colfer and have had mixed feelings about his books. I'm in the minority, in that I don't really see the appeal of Colfer's most famous creation - Artemis Fowl. But I do like books like "The Supernaturalist".

Well, this series, following the adventures of the two older Woodman brothers, (ages 9 and 10), is honestly funny, good natured, subtle, and full of warm insight into the minds of 9 and 10 year olds. It is similar to the Wimpy Kid books, in that most of the humor is not intended by the narrator, and comes from his thoughts and actions, his casual observations, and his sometimes tone deaf interactions with others.

From the wise and funny parents, to the three younger brothers who serve as a sort of silly Greek chorus commenting on the action, the characters are well conceived. The hijinks are mild, the plots are simple, the messages are low key, and the whole book just reads like innocent fun. The two brothers really sound and feel like real brothers, which is quite a feat in itself. That said, the vocabulary and the quality of the writing are way ahead of most chapter books, and I would expect a young reader to feel very satisfied after reading this book.