Phineas and Ferb It's Ancient History!

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It's all Greek to Phineas and Ferb! After checking out a cool classics exhibit at the local museum, the stepbrothers decide to create an awesome chariot race, where they challenge Buford, the town bully, to compete against them. Who will get to the finish line first? Then Phineas and Ferb go on an archaeological dig, where they discover a caveman! Readers will love this fun chapter book filled with exciting screen grabs from the show.
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Overview

It's all Greek to Phineas and Ferb! After checking out a cool classics exhibit at the local museum, the stepbrothers decide to create an awesome chariot race, where they challenge Buford, the town bully, to compete against them. Who will get to the finish line first? Then Phineas and Ferb go on an archaeological dig, where they discover a caveman! Readers will love this fun chapter book filled with exciting screen grabs from the show.
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Children's Literature - Kristi Bernard
If there was ever a book for a kid to read out loud to a parent this is it! Parents and children will love this adventure with Phineas and Ferb. It all starts with a trip to the museum with Greek artifacts that gets this adventure ramped up. Learning about ancient history and bringing it to life is a specialty of these two heroes. They announce a chariot race through the city and the excitement begins. Lots of funny characters are introduced and in between the chariot action, etc. readers will witness the great escape of Agent P from the terrifying Dr. Doofenshmirtz and his giant man robot. Agent P is really a pet playtpus who belongs to the heroes. Not only is there the on going chariot race and the escape from Dr. Foofenshmirtz but there is also Candace. She is the sister of the heroes and her goal, through all of this, is to get the boys into as much trouble with dad as possible. The second part of the book sends our heroes to an archeological dig where they uncover a caveman. Dr. Doffenshmirtz and Candace are also back on the scene. This is another great Disney book and series. When kids read this book with parents they will learn about Greek history and archeology. There are some big words here but kids with get through it with the help of parents. This is also a great way for teachers to introduce students to the world of history and how fun it can be. Reviewer: Kristi Bernard
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781423127420
  • Publisher: Disney Press
  • Publication date: 1/4/2011
  • Series: Phineas and Ferb Chapter Book Series
  • Pages: 112
  • Sales rank: 727,619
  • Age range: 7 - 10 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 7.75 (h) x 0.25 (d)

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