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eBook Gorga the Space Monster (Choose Your Own Adventure #5) ePub

by Paul Granger,Edward Packard

  • ISBN: 0553151614
  • Subcategory: For Children
  • Author: Paul Granger,Edward Packard
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Bantam Books (November 1982)
  • Pages: 53
  • ePub book: 1488 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1521 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 513

Description

Gorga is a purple monster from outer space that you discover on the beach of Cape Cod. Depending on what choices you make along the way, Gorga may become your friend and require your protection, or he may accidently eat yo. .

Gorga is a purple monster from outer space that you discover on the beach of Cape Cod. Depending on what choices you make along the way, Gorga may become your friend and require your protection, or he may accidently eat you (this is, of course, not depicted in any kind of graphic manner, as these books are geared to the younger set). Ever wonder what it'd be like with your own pet monster? Well you can now with this book. It's written so well for children that they will want to keep reading if they are really into the book.

Gorga, the Space Monster book. This isn't Edward Packard's best book, but Paul Granger's artwork is good

Gorga, the Space Monster book. Gorga, the Space Monster (Choose Your Own Adventure: Young Readers, ISBN. 0553151614 (ISBN13: 9780553151619). This isn't Edward Packard's best book, but Paul Granger's artwork is good.

Choose Your Own Adventure 4-Book Set, Volume 1. Chooseco.

Gorga, the huge purple monster from the deep, turns up on the beach to lead young readers on an adventure in which they can select actions and influence outcomes show more. For ages 0-5. Format Hardback 52 pages. Publication date 01 Oct 1982. Choose Your Own Adventure 4-Book Set, Volume 1.

The Evil Wizard (Skylark Choose Your Own Adventure, book 22) Andrea Packard. Used availability for Edward Packard's Gorga, the Space Monster. October 1982 : USA Hardback.

Gorga, the space monster. Gorga, the space monster. by. Packard, Edward, 1931-. Children's stories in English American writers, 1945- - Texts. Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control). The books in this series are set on a dangerous future Earth where the government cannot be trusted and powerful mystical forces are at work. The series forms a continuing storyline, and each book can lead the reader to different starting points in the following volume depending on which ending is reached.

Destination, rates & speeds. 2. Gorga the Space Monster (Choose Your Own Adventure Edward Packard. Published by Bantam Books (1982).

1989 SC Message From Space (Choose Your Own Adventure, No. 7) Edward Packard (previously . 1982 SC The Third Planet from Altair (Choose Your Own Adventure, No. 7) Edward Packard illustrated by Paul Granger. Small tears to wraps as shown. 7) Edward Packard (previously Third Planet from Altair) illustrated by Paul Granger, Cover by Tim Jacobus. Choose Your Own Adventure: The Golden Path. The books in this series are set on a dangerous future Earth where the government cannot be trusted and powerful mystical forces are at work

Gorga, the Space Monster.

Book by Packard, Edward

Comments

Amis Amis
My daughter, 4 years, recently fell in love with the Choose Your Own Adventure series. I can understand, as I was rather fond of the variation for older children when I was about 10.

The Bantam Skylark series, to which this book belongs, is much more age appropriate for my young daughter, but I could see it entertaining children up to about 8 or 9 years of age.

Gorga is a purple monster from outer space that you discover on the beach of Cape Cod. Depending on what choices you make along the way, Gorga may become your friend and require your protection, or he may accidently eat you (this is, of course, not depicted in any kind of graphic manner, as these books are geared to the younger set). Of course there's a good amount of story to be had in between, and with 10 different endings and a number of decisions to be made along the way, it's entertaining enough to be read over and over again. The black and white drawings carrying the story along pretty neatly, and the story itself isn't bad and is more cohesive than some. The writing in all these books is... well, pretty mediocre, a little cheesy, but getting to be an participant in the story, and the daring themes make these books really appealing to kids nonetheless. My daughter's enthusiasm for them is rather contagious I'll admit.

I think this book would have appeal for any book-loving kindergarten or elementary school child who likes supernatural subject matter.
Arashilkis Arashilkis
4 stars or more with these books means you can find a happy ending in the book. some don't have any.
ME ME
Ever wonder what it'd be like with your own pet monster? Well you can now with this book. It's written so well for children that they will want to keep reading if they are really into the book. You may be scared of the monster, or maybe you want to hide him from others so that it won't be an intrusion. Maybe you will get to fly on him like I did for my first ending as it shows on the cover of the book!
Dont_Wory Dont_Wory
hello im going to tell you about thesse books b/c there real good books when you have a good book you should share it.If you want to know this book is a series and if you want to know if its a choose your own advevture look on the spine.one of the books im reading is gorga, the space monster and when you get done reading one page you choose what you want to do.i really like this book.