Spider-Man: The Funhouse Phantom By Andy Ball

Spider-Man: The Funhouse Phantom
Andy Ball
HarperFestival (2010)
ISBN 9780061626173
Reviewed by Cayden Aures (age 6) and Mom for Reader Views (08/10)

Cayden: “This book was really cool! Peter Parker (who is really Spider-Man!) went with the girl to the carnival. They went in the funhouse and a bad guy named Morbius took the girl away. Peter Parker put on his Spider-Man things and had to go after them. I liked seeing all of the different rooms in the funhouse. My favorite part of the book was when I got to open the flaps on each page. I liked doing that to see what happened next! I want to read some more of these Spider-Man books with flaps!”

Parent’s comments:

My son loved this book, especially lifting the flaps on each page to see if it was Morbius that Spider-Man had found or if it was something else. “Spider-Man: The Funhouse Phantom” is filled with action and colorful illustrations. It is a book that my son will enjoy again and again. We recommend this book to any young superhero fan!


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