Mustache!



Mustache! King Duncan Is Terribly Handsome, But A Terrible King His Kingdom Is In Ruins, And When His Subjects Appeal For Help, He Only Buildstributes To His Handsome Face His Subjects Are Finally Ready To Stand Up For Themselves, And They Have Just The Plan To Get Out Of This Hairy Situation A Mustache.because Sometimes Good Looks Alone Just Aren T Enough.

10 thoughts on “Mustache!

  1. says:

    The story and the illustrations were very funny and they complemented each other closely It was especially entertaining to look for the humor within the pictures, such as in the signs and the characters expressions However, the ending left me slightly confused and fee...

  2. says:

    I think mustaches like cockroaches insecure mice have saturated the kid lit market.This one, however, was fresh, unexpected, and most importantly for a picture book it had good pictures Seriously funny.

  3. says:

    My kid liked thisthan I did, but, since it s for children I went with her rating The illustration style isn t really my thing, I m not sure why because they are done well It is humorous and there are some bits in there that arefor adults If you find ...

  4. says:

    I loved the illustrations of the book The story was good, but the ending could of revealed a better lesson than it did I might use it again for a writing activity and let my students write alternate endings.

  5. says:

    This is just begging to be paired with a mustache craft

  6. says:

    Hilarious picture book with the story of a stubborn, egotistical king who caresabout his handsome face than his subjects needs

  7. says:

    Weak concept and fairly weak story and super weak ending I kind of got the impression that the author and illustrator thought highly of their own cleverness and that seeped through.

  8. says:

    In a town lives a narcissist king who cares only about his own appearance instead of the town people s well being The town people cannot stand the king s narcissism and decide to draw a mustache on every King s portray Furious is the king, of course, who wants to find out the criminals, but it turns out that every town person is involved in this mischievous act In stead of expanding the jail to put everyone in, the king finds out that he, in fact, looks goo...

  9. says:

    The illustrations are what make the book great Otherwise, for Mac Barnett book, the story could be better.The king loves himself and has a poster with his picture plastered around the kingdom The townpeople keep drawing mustaches on them This makes the king...

  10. says:

    The very handsome King is a horrible, self centered King who does little for his subjects That is until someone defaces his poster with an offending mustache The images here are lovely and the story is amusing.

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