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by Rohitash Rao,Peter Nelson

eBook Herbert's Wormhole ePub
Author: Rohitash Rao,Peter Nelson
Language: English
ISBN: 0061688681
ISBN13: 978-0061688683
Publisher: HarperCollins; 1 edition (May 5, 2009)
Pages: 304
Category: Science Fiction & Fantasy
Subcategory: Children
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 843
Formats: doc txt mobi docx
ePub file: 1183 kb
Fb2 file: 1930 kb

Peter Nelson is a screenwriter who lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife, Diane, and their two sons, Charlie and Christopher. Herbert's Wormhole was Peter's First children's book

Peter Nelson is a screenwriter who lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife, Diane, and their two sons, Charlie and Christopher. Herbert's Wormhole was Peter's First children's book. I am down on my knees filled with gratitude to author Peter Nelson. My son, aged 10, has been an extremely reluctant reader. That is,until Herbert's Wormhole. Now instead of dreading reading hour-he is reading at all times of the day! He LOVES this book.

Herbert Slewg and his hapless, video game–addicted neighbor Alex Filby have stumbled upon what Einstein could only theorize about: a wormhole through the space/time . Herbert's Wormhole - Peter Nelson.

Herbert Slewg and his hapless, video game–addicted neighbor Alex Filby have stumbled upon what Einstein could only theorize about: a wormhole through the space/time continuum. They travel 100 years into the future of their no-longer-boring town and are mistaken for alien slayers. in a world run by a benevolent alien race with cheerful Australian accents and uncomfortably fake facial hair.

Nelson Peter, Rao Rohitash. This story concerns a scientific anomaly that opens a portal, allowing us to traverse the space-time continuum and triggering an adventure that those of limited intelligence might simply describe as "awesome

Nelson Peter, Rao Rohitash. This story concerns a scientific anomaly that opens a portal, allowing us to traverse the space-time continuum and triggering an adventure that those of limited intelligence might simply describe as "awesome. Hey! This is a book about how we get sucked into this wormhole thingy and it drops us in the future where there's all this really cool futuristic stuff, but also these super-freaky aliens and we mess everything up and have to save the world.

by. Nelson, Peter, 1953-; Rao, Rohitash.

Herbert is an inventor, and he comes up with a way to turn Alex’s jungle gym into a time machine. The boys go through a wormhole, and get to fight aliens for real in the future. These G’daliens speak with an Australian accent (would kids get the joke?), exercise mind control, and exhibit the usual array of menacing evil traits. Needless to add, Alex and Herbert must zap these aliens and save the world (and get home before their moms miss notice them missing). I was disappointed with this book. Herbert’s patter was abstruse and confusing.

Herbert's Wormhole was Peter's First children's book. He wrote it without ever having met an actual alien or traveling through time, which made it a bit more challenging, but just as fun. Rohitash Rao was born in an exotic, faraway land called Hyderabad, India. He then grew up in another exotic, faraway land called Rancho Cucamonga, California. He now lives in a magical city on an island called Manhattan, where he works as an animator and director

Peter Nelson’s most popular book is Herbert's Wormhole. Peter Nelson, Rohitash Rao (Illustrator).

Peter Nelson’s most popular book is Herbert's Wormhole. Showing 30 distinct works. Herbert's Wormhole by.

From the "Herbert's Wormhole" series, volume 1. by Peter Nelson and illustrated by. .

Rao’s line drawings are more like frequent illustrations than cartoons and at times do not agree with the text. While it’s not as funny as it thinks it is, it could function as a next step after Scieszka’s series. Chitty chitty bang bang and the race against time.

Greetings. This story concerns a scientific anomaly that opens a portal, allowing us to traverse the space-time continuum and triggering an adventure that those of limited intelligence might simply describe as "awesome."

Hey! This is a book about how we get sucked into this wormhole thingy and it drops us in the future where there's all this really cool futuristic stuff, but also these super-freaky aliens and we mess everything up and have to save the world. How awesome is that?

DART-SKRIMER
This was my first shot at holding my active boy's attention for multiple-night readings of a chapter book. Success! He's six years old and loved the story. He was able to follow the story over the course of the week we read it. I nice mix of mostly short chapter lengths kept my little reader feeling like he was accomplishing something as we progressed. He identified with the characters and retained lots of fun details night to night...many of which he relayed to friends and family. The plot moves fast and never bogs down. The whole story is very imaginative, creative, and refreshing. Definitely recommend to any parent who reads to their young children before bed and is looking to introduce chapter books.
Gaua
I have a 9-year-old boy and he absolutely loved this book. Truth be told, I loved it, too. It's funny, creative and completely unpredictable. My son's taste ranges from Captain Underpants (more vulgar than this) to Harry Potter (more serious than this). He stayed up late this past weekend to finish the book - he even set aside his latest Harry Potter to focus on this. He's not a big reader, so I'm always thrilled to find something he'll like. And if it's something I like, too, so much the better. I'd highly recommend this book for anyone with a boy or an adventurous girl - even reluctant readers will enjoy. Sequel?? Please tell me one is in the works...
Kashicage
What a perfect series for a kid who isn't little, but not yet ready for teen books. Well done!
Kieel
We bought this book for our second-grade grandson for Christmas. He's a devoted computer gamer, so the book was perfect for his interests. Grandpa read it with him each night before bed. They both liked the book, but some of the vocabulary was difficult for a second grade reader.
Murn
I am down on my knees filled with gratitude to author Peter Nelson. My son, aged 10, has been an extremely reluctant reader. We have reading time every night since he has been born- all of us have loved to read save Alex...That is,until Herbert's Wormhole. Now instead of dreading reading hour-he is reading at all times of the day! He LOVES this book. In the past, his teachers, the librarians, friends, siblings, his father and I have tried to interest him in hundreds of amazing books to no avail- until Herbert's Wormhole. The only downside to the book is that there is no sequel yet....Hurry! Please....I beg you!
Nicanagy
I would recommend this book for all to read. Adults and children
alike. It was an adorable story with a great ending!
The writer made it an easy read for children.
Great story!
Helldor
as advertised...no complaints
My son read this in a day and now has read it multiple times. It was a quick read but apparently he liked it alot. I think it's probably in the same genre as wimpy kid series?
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