Toy Story: Some Assembly Required

Overview


Andy gets a new game system around the same time toys start disappearing from the room.. and Buzz Lightyear is convinced the timimng is no coincidence! Is the game system trying to destroy Andy's toys and imagination... or has Buzz Lightyear finally lost it?
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Overview


Andy gets a new game system around the same time toys start disappearing from the room.. and Buzz Lightyear is convinced the timimng is no coincidence! Is the game system trying to destroy Andy's toys and imagination... or has Buzz Lightyear finally lost it?
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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Patricia Wooster
Andy's toys are anything but normal. They first appeared in Disney's Pixar move Toy Story and are now back to continue their adventures. Woody, Buzz, and their friends compete for a kiss from Bo Peep. During the search for her lost sheep they discover teamwork is more important than winning. A second story about dinosaurs brings a museum to life. Rex the dinosaur is afraid that Andy will find a dinosaur to replace him at the museum gift shop. Little does he know, but his friends have made sure Andy doesn't get the chance. In every story the power of friendship and loyalty is clearly shown. The book includes short stories from other children favorites The Incredibles, The Muppet Show, Wall-E, and Cars. The back of the book suggests other similar books for further reading. The characters are consistent with the movies in appearance and actions. The illustrations pop out of the page and are sure to keep the most reluctant readers turning the pages. Reviewer: Patricia Wooster
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781608865703
  • Publisher: Boom! Studios
  • Publication date: 11/9/2010
  • Series: Toy Story Series , #3
  • Pages: 112
  • Sales rank: 529,064
  • Age range: 8 - 11 Years
  • Product dimensions: 9.26 (w) x 11.80 (h) x 0.33 (d)

Meet the Author


Jesse Blaze Snider is well known for starring in the popular MTV show, ROCK THE CRADLE where he received acclaim from fans and critics alike for his "Back-Flipping" performances on the show. The son of Twisted Sister lead singer Dee Snider, Jesse Blaze Snider has written for both Marvel and DC Comics, writing such characters as Thor, Hulk and Deadpool. He is also the author of bestselling vampire series DEAD ROMEO for DC Comics.

Nathan Watson draws comics in an oddly shaped room on the seconmd floor of the house he shares with his wife and four children. After ten years of active duty military service, he entered the world of freelance illustration, where he has done work for Tokyopop, Zenscope, and Topps. The majority of his prodessional work has been for Boom! Studios.

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