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Download Da Wild, Da Crazy, Da Vinci (The Time Warp Trio) ePub
  • ISBN 043981975X
  • ISBN13 978-0439819756
  • Author Jon Scieszka
  • Publisher Scholastic; Reprint edition (March 23, 2005)
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  • Size ePub 1754 kb
  • Size Fb2 1867 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 418


Had just been to see the da Vinci exhibition at the museum so this was an excellent class book to read.

Had just been to see the da Vinci exhibition at the museum so this was an excellent class book to read. The children also loved how the chapter number was written backwards. The Time Warp Trio are subjected to cleaning the outhouse toilet with wooden toothbrushes, which they hate doing! Can they seize the book and escape from the clutches of the evil Captain Nassti and Lord Borgia (who he works for), and see Leonardo Da Vinci once again? Will they finally get the solution as to how the Book works?

You probably know that Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa.

You probably know that Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa. Did you know that he also invented an early version of a helicopter and a tank, and that he planned to execute the Time Warp Trio for spying on his inventions? Sam's bright idea to look for the inventor of the Book takes the guys to 15th century Italy to meet up with Leonardo. But it's going to take at least You probably know that Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa.

The Time Warp Trio is a children's book series written by Jon Scieszka and illustrated by Lane Smith and later by Adam McCauley, which chronicles the adventures of three boys – Joe, Sa. .

The Time Warp Trio is a children's book series written by Jon Scieszka and illustrated by Lane Smith and later by Adam McCauley, which chronicles the adventures of three boys – Joe, Sam, and Fred – who travel through time and space with the aid of a mysterious object known as "The Book". The first book, Knights of the Kitchen Table was published in 1991. The Time Warp Trio animated television series was adapted from the book series.

Da Wild, Da Crazy, Da Vinci, illustrated by Adam McCauley - 2004. Oh Say, I Can't See, illustrated by Adam McCauley - 2005. Scieszka creates outlines for the books of his Time Warp Trio series for structural reasons. When writing other books, however, he says, "Anything goes. Marco? Polo!, illustrated by Adam McCauley - 2005. Jon Scieszka - Time Warp Trio Lyrics. Scieszka was inspired to create the Trucktown series because he "really wanted to write something for all of those crazy little guys who didn’t think there was something out there for them to read. Middle first, sometimes end, sometimes title, sometimes punchline.

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Time Warp Trio, Book 14. By: Jon Scieszka. Narrated by: Bryan Kennedy. Can our trusty heroes, Joe, Sam, and Fred, survive a wild ride with Leif Eriksson, match wits with his evil cousin, and get back home in one piece? Sam Samurai. You probably know Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa. Did you know that he also invented an early version of a helicopter and a tank, and that he planned to execute the Time Warp Trio for spying on his inventions? Sam's bright idea to look for the inventor of the Book takes the guys to 15th-century Italy to meet up with Leonardo.

You probably know Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa. But it's going to take at least three more bright ideas, two magic tricks, and one great invention to get them out of trouble and safely back home.

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Book in the Time Warp Trio Series). You probably know that Leonardo da Vinci painted the Mona Lisa. Didyou know that he also invented an early version of a helicopter and a tank, and that he planned to execute the Time Warp Trio for spying on his inventions? Sam's bright idea to look for the inventor of the Book takes the guys to 15th century Italy to meet up with Leonardo.

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Scieszka, Jon; McCauley, Adam, ill. Publication date. In their latest time travel adventure, Fred, Joe, and Sam da Brooklyn meet Leonardo da Vinci and try to avoid becoming toilet scrubbers in a sixteenth-century Italian army. Budget Book Music Games Time Warp Used Books Online Magic Book Childrens Books Book Art Books To Read Italian Army. I’ve read a few of the other Time Warp Trio books both as a dad and a teacher. These are great books that move quickly and keep readers entranced. The history tie-in is always a plus for me, as well.

Talk about Da Wild, Da Crazy, Da Vinci (The Time Warp Trio)


Eigonn
Had just been to see the da Vinci exhibition at the museum so this was an excellent class book to read. The children also loved how the chapter number was written backwards. Will be buying more in the series.
Faezahn
My 4th grader loved this series.
Nilarius
This was a gift. The grand kids wanted this book and also are following a series of the books. Nice
nadness
Great!
Painbrand
Great books for 4th grade students... I have read everyone in the series to my class and they love it! Great mix of historical facts, humor and adventure.
Ylal
I just love it, its written so that you will not put it down.
from earth
Synopsis: The story starts off with Joe, Fred and Sam standing on a sandy hill with a wooden flying-saucer tank in front of them, that is ready to be fired at them! Soon, they realize that the tank is an invention of Leonardo Da Vinci. They are happy to meet him because they had time traveled just to see him. Since one of his drawings was in "The Book", they thought he would have some answers as to how the book works.

However, before they have a chance to talk with him, Captain Nassti barges in and tells Leonardo to invent new machinery for the army, confiscates the book from them, and takes the Time Warp Trio as army volunteers. The Time Warp Trio are subjected to cleaning the outhouse toilet with wooden toothbrushes, which they hate doing! Can they seize the book and escape from the clutches of the evil Captain Nassti and Lord Borgia (who he works for), and see Leonardo Da Vinci once again? Will they finally get the solution as to how the Book works?

Review: I thought this was an excellent Time Warp Trio book to read because it had humor, suspense, action, and interesting tidbits that go so well with the series. I found it humorous because of Fred's reaction to Thomas Crapper; suspenseful when the boys try to escape from Captain Nassti; adventurous when the Time Warp Trio and Leonardo help Lord Borgia capture the town of Urbo; and as with other books in the series, was amused by the interesting tidbits on how Joe uses his 'magic' powers to outsmart the Captain. I also enjoyed the educational information that was added about Leonardo Da Vinci's inventions. The illustrations provided by Adam McCauley blend in well with the storyline. Another reason why I thought the story was better than the others in this series was because while most of the other books only deal with the Trio accidentally falling into another time period and searching for the book, this was the first book I read where the Trio intentionally time traveled in order to get more answers about the book.

Overall, this is a good addition to the series, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes the Time Warp Trio.
This series of books combines youth, action, and dialog in historical settings throughtout time. They are a captivating and easily read. I have used them as in introduction to chapter reading with my five year old. Besides facilitating a necessary transition from simple childrens books; they make for a great bedtime cliffhanger.