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eBook DK Readers L1: Power Rangers: Jungle Fury: We Are the Power Rangers ePub

by Amy Junor

  • ISBN: 0756634881
  • Category: Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Amy Junor
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: DK Children (June 16, 2008)
  • Pages: 32
  • ePub book: 1480 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1778 kb
  • Other: lit doc lrf lrf
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 342

Description

The Power Rangers have been a presence on TV and merchandising for over a decade now. On TV, the concept is renewed, again and again. Jungle Fury" is a good summary of the basis for the series, and the art is well chosen

The Power Rangers have been a presence on TV and merchandising for over a decade now. Jungle Fury" is a good summary of the basis for the series, and the art is well chosen. This level one book contains age appropriate vocabulary and series appropriate action. Gotta love those Zords! Your young Power Ranger fan will love this book. One person found this helpful.

The Power Rangers have been a presence on TV and merchandising for over a decade now.

Each Jungle Fury Power Ranger fights using the special powers of a wild animal. Casey is the Red Ranger.

Since 1993, the Power Rangers have commanded an enormous audience for their TV shows and movies. In 2008, they continue their legacy in Jungle Fury, where the brightly colored heroes encounter new, furious foes. Each Jungle Fury Power Ranger fights using the special powers of a wild animal.

Power Rangers Jungle Fury Opening. Do you like this video? Power Rangers Jungle Fury is the sixteenth season of Power Rangers. It was based on the thirty-first Super Sentai series, Juken Sentai Gekiranger

Power Rangers Jungle Fury Opening. It was based on the thirty-first Super Sentai series, Juken Sentai Gekiranger. The 2007-08 Writers Guild strike happened during production, upending some plans and forcing Bruce Kalish, Jackie Marchand, and John Tellegen to rush a few episodes to get them done.

Published June 16th 2008 by DK Children (first published May 1st 2008).

Since 1993, the Power Rangers have commanded an enormous audience for their. Published June 16th 2008 by DK Children (first published May 1st 2008). Jungle Fury: We Are The Power Rangers (DK READERS). 0756634881 (ISBN13: 9780756634889).

DK Readers: Level 1. Publisher. DK Publishing, Inc. Book Format. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 7 x . 3 x . 2 Inches.

Junor, Amy. Publication date. Introduces the Jungle Fury Power Rangers and their special powers. Preschool Reading Skills, Juvenile Fiction, Children's Books/All Ages, Children: Kindergarten, Media Tie-In, Juvenile Fiction, Movie or Television Tie-In, Readers - Beginner, Power Rangers (Fictitious characters). New York : DK. Collection. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Lotu Tii on July 13, 2012.

Power Rangers Jungle Fury : We Are the Power Rangers. Dk Readers Level 1: Power Ranger Jungle Fury. By (author) Amy Junor. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Since 1993, the Power Rangers have commanded an enormous audience for their TV shows and movies. In 2008, they continue their legacy in Jungle Fury, where the brightly colored heroes encounter new, furious foes. Power Rangers Jungle Fury: We Are the Power Rangers: introduces Level 1 readers to the newest incarnation of the Power Rangers-Jungle Fury-in which the Rangers turn into animals in the heat of battle. (c) 2008 Disney

Comments

Hanad Hanad
The end of the book has an ending inconsistent with the actual ending of the TV series in the way Dai Shi is defeated (he is not defeated the way book says which is very annoying). Also the book only includes information on the Red, Blue, Yellow and Wolf (R.J.) rangers, leaving out the Rhino ranger. It seems like it was written half-way through the show's season. Not really a big deal but these issues are annoying for a fan of the series.
Yozshugore Yozshugore
When I bought this I didn't realize how many different Power Ranger versions there are! My son is very into the Samurai version, and was confused that the characters in this story were different. Still a good book, just know that it's not the show that's currently on TV.
Styphe Styphe
Good story at level.
SupperDom SupperDom
Excellent for young readers. I used this book in the tutoring of reading; a great adjunct!
Anarus Anarus
This is an ok book to purchase for power ranger lovers. Nothing special. The story line etc. is not for beginner readerse. More for advanced readers. Theo concern is that I don't know any advanced readers who will want to read a power ranger book. So to me this product is just ok.
Getaianne Getaianne
It was a short and easy book for my 4 year old to understand and for me to read to him.
Jack Jack
The Power Rangers have been a presence on TV and merchandising for over a decade now. On TV, the concept is renewed, again and again. "Jungle Fury" is a good summary of the basis for the series, and the art is well chosen. This level one book contains age appropriate vocabulary and series appropriate action. Gotta love those Zords!

Your young Power Ranger fan will love this book.

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This book is not a Level 1 beginning to read book. It includes complex words that are not easily sounded out and non English words that parents might not know how to pronounce. Here are examples: warriors, jaguars, kung fu, dai shi, megazords, violet, jungle.

This is a fun book that would appeal to kids but it needs a higher level rating.