3 edition of Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom found in the catalog.
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Today, I get to share some huge news with you about the future of Doc Wilde. As you may know, the first book in the series, Doc Wilde and The Frogs of Doom, was published by G.P. Putnam’s Sons in It was very well reviewed and sold well enough that Putnam contracted me for two more books toward building a regular series. “A young person’s guide to Doc Savage” is probably the best way to champion Tim Byrd’s DOC WILDE AND THE FROGS OF flatmountaingirls.com’s not only an homage to that classic pulp series, but takes those ideas to a whole new audience.
"Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom" () by Tim Byrd has been described as a modern-day pulp novel. An Affectionate Parody of Doc Savage written by a guy who grew up reading pulp tales, Doc Wilde contains a lot of silly humor and really exaggerated situations, and very implausible adventures. Oh. (LEGEND) As for $ Also, a one-of-a-kind copy of the manuscript of one of the short Doc Wilde adventures personally inscribed to you by the author. There are only five of these available (including the one featured in FROGS OF DOOM), and supporters will get their choice of which story they get in the order that their pledges were made.
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Oct 21, · Take everything you love about Indiana Jones, throw in the great family dynamics of Jonny Quest, mix in some science fiction and you have "Doc Wilde and The Frogs of Doom". Author Tim Byrd and the Wilde family take you on a whirlwind adventure, that is reminiscent of the old-school, pulp-style adventure novels, while keeping things modern/5(37).
The official headquarters of Tim Byrd's DOC WILDE, modern day pulp adventures. Weird science. Swashbuckling action. Literary allusions. Monsters. Gadgets. Adventure!!. Mar 31, · Chapter 1 Travis sits down to review the new middle grade adventure Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom.
He decides to incorporate the book's cliffhanger-heavy style into the review when there is a knock at the door/5. Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom () by Tim Byrd has been described as a modern-day pulp novel.
An Affectionate Parody of Doc Savage written by a guy who grew up reading pulp tales, Doc Wilde contains a lot of silly humor and really exaggerated situations, and very implausible adventures. Oh yeah, and unlike Doc Savage, Doc Wilde brings his kids, Brian and Wren, along. Get this from a library.
Doc Wilde and the frogs of doom. [Tim Byrd] -- Twelve-year-old Brian, ten-year-old Wren, and their father, Doc Wilde, risk their lives in a South American rainforest as they seek the eldest member of their famous family of adventurers, Grandpa.
“Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom is an adventure yarn in the old tradition. It gets that reading is an intellectual activity, and that an adventure, to be really good, has to engage the reader’s brain.
I loved this smart book!” —Daniel Pinkwater, author of The Neddiad and The Yggyssey. May 28, · Then I found Tim Byrd’s first novel, Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom. The book captures the essence of a Doc Savage adventure from the cover featuring the hero with bronze skin, the body of an Olympic athlete, and a ripped shirt to show it all off.
Not only that, but the cover showcases a scene set in the jungle. I ordered it instantly. The problem is that Frogon, a dark god from another universe, wants to take over ours.
Besides finding Grandpa, the Wildes must face a glut of frogs—spy frogs, man-frogs, saber-toothed frogs and the dark elder god frog—and save the flatmountaingirls.com: Tim Byrd. A new variety of frogs attack their building and the trio are attacked by man sized frogs.
They set off on an adventure that takes them to the jungles where they discover more mutant frogs and the challenge of a lifetime. To be honest, I wasn't sure what to expect from this book, but I was pleasantly surprised. May 06, · Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom (Amazon USA - UK - Canada) by Tim Byrd (Doc Wilde Headquarters - Blog - Personal Website/Blog) G.
“Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom is an adventure yarn in the old tradition. It gets that reading is an intellectual activity, and that an adventure, to be really good, has to engage the reader’s brain. We all have those times when we’re in a reading slump. Or life is just too stressful to focus on something deep and involving.
What we really need for those moments is a campy, over-the-top adventure book. And for these times, I give you Doc Wilde and The Frogs of Doom. Meet the Wilde family. Jan 21, · The real protagonists of Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom aren’t Doctor Spartacus Wilde and “Grampa” Wilde (a s adventurer still hale and hearty at 99, although he’s let his buzz cut grow out), but Doc’s kids Brian and Wren Wilde.
By using year-olds — albeit year-olds trained in the arts of super-science, daredevilry, and. To the world at large, Doc Wilde and his family are an amazing team of golden-skinned adventurers, born to daring escapades and globetrotting excitement.
Join them as they crisscross the Earth on a constant quest for new knowledge, incredible 21st-century thrills, and good old-fashioned adventure Author: Tim Byrd. Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom by Tim Byrd starting at $ Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom has 2 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
They’re the kind of sidekicks that comic book superheroes can only dream of finding, and they are certainly a credit to the Wilde family with its history of outlandish exploits and fair-minded pursuits. Reading Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom is the most fun I’ve had since Adam West and Burt Ward left the Batcave for the last time.
Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom. summary text provided by external source. There is never a dull moment when it comes to Doc Wilde and his family of swashbuckling explorers. Brian and Wren have been trained from an early age to keep up with their worldfamous father.
The Lexile "Power V™" Word Selector identifies up to 10 challenging. I wasn't at all sure I could finish the book. However, I found that, at least in small portions at a time, I began to be intrigued to learn in what over-the-top way Doc Wilde and his children Brian and Wren would get the better of the sinister amazonian frogs of doom.
The less I took it seriously, the more fun I. Mar 02, · Tim Byrd’s rollicking Doc Wilde and the Frogs of Doom is part Jonny Quest, part Doc Savage and all a massive hoot.
It’s both a throwback and a reboot, taking its influences and moving them effortlessly to an alternate present where the police in New York still use dirigibles and will help a man simply because they know that if someone like him is breaking the law, it must be flatmountaingirls.com: Alex Bledsoe.
As promised earlier, here is the opening of my pulp adventure novel Doc Wilde and The Frogs of Doom, the first adventure of Dr.
Spartacus Wilde and his swashbuckling kids Brian and Wren. As you read this, understand that the book is currently going through a polish.
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Author: Byrd, Tim. Please note: Our posting a book in our Homeschool Librarian database does not mean that we endorse its contents. Please use your own discretion when selecting books for your child to read.
Also, we are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising.The author of the Doc Wilde adventure series, Tim Byrd lives with his daring son, a treacherous cat, and a hapless dog in Decatur, Georgia.
He is often barefoot, prone to irony, and interested in everything/5.