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Professor Pippy P. (Pee-Pee) Poopypants is a brilliant scientist, but his ridiculous name means no one takes his fantastic inventions seriously. And now he's on the rampage! He's armed with fiendish inventions Shrinky-Pig 2000 and the terrible Gerbil Jogger 2000. Can Captain Underpants stop him?


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Professor Pippy P. (Pee-Pee) Poopypants is a brilliant scientist, but his ridiculous name means no one takes his fantastic inventions seriously. And now he's on the rampage! He's armed with fiendish inventions Shrinky-Pig 2000 and the terrible Gerbil Jogger 2000. Can Captain Underpants stop him?

30 review for Captain Underpants and the Perilous Plot of Professor Poopypants

  1. 5 out of 5

    [Shai] Bibliophage

    From the beginning till the end, this 4th installment in this graphic novel series will make readers burst out laughing of how funny the plot and the scenes are. I even re-read it right away just to make sure I remember the story. From the beginning till the end, this 4th installment in this graphic novel series will make readers burst out laughing of how funny the plot and the scenes are. I even re-read it right away just to make sure I remember the story. 😂

  2. 4 out of 5

    Angella

    My 6-year-old son loved this book. There's not much I can say about it. The story-telling style was fun and it was possible to find a few good lessons in here. Of course, the silly name generator was the highlight. (I am Stinky Bubble-Tush.)

  3. 5 out of 5

    ABC

    Dear Gidget Hamsterbrains, After we finished reading this book, my son said, "Let's read it again." "No." I said. "Then let's read the next one," he said. "No, let's read In Grandma's Attic," I said. He doesn't want to read In Grandma's Attic. You are spoiling him. Signed, Flunky Pottylips

  4. 4 out of 5

    Melissa Chung

    Yay the fourth book is done. I have seen the Captain Underpants movie (the first one that came out) and it had Professor Poopypants and the Terrible Toilets....I'm pretty sure, so I was familiar with the outcomes of the two stories, however I loved the extra bits that wasn't included in the movie. Like, when Professor Poopypants makes everyone change their names to be as silly as his or he would shrink them. Mine ended up being Pinky Gigglepants, that is actually cute and I think I will continue Yay the fourth book is done. I have seen the Captain Underpants movie (the first one that came out) and it had Professor Poopypants and the Terrible Toilets....I'm pretty sure, so I was familiar with the outcomes of the two stories, however I loved the extra bits that wasn't included in the movie. Like, when Professor Poopypants makes everyone change their names to be as silly as his or he would shrink them. Mine ended up being Pinky Gigglepants, that is actually cute and I think I will continue to call myself that from now on. Maybe tomorrow I'll tell my students at school to call me that too! If you don't mind silly potty humor and you love reading to your kids...these books are hilarious.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ken

    Both the movie and this book series is just so amusing. Having discovered the film first, it's been fun to go back to the book. They appear to have taken elements from most of the books but what stood out for me was the protagonist Professor Poopypants. A light read, but fans of Superhero's will easily find enjoyment.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ben

    My name is lumpy lizard chunks

  7. 4 out of 5

    Kolin

    Captain underpants and professor poopy pants by Dav Pilkey, is a comic with funny characters. I love the captain underpants books because their comics and flip o rammas are radical. The books about a professor moving from this town that has ridiculous names, he ends up at the school and the kids make fun of his name. I think all people should read this book because the comics are amazing and the books are pretty easy to read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Maximilian Lee

    I did not really like this book because I don't like all of the super-duper long names like " The Perilous Plot of Professor Poopypants" and "Shrinky-Pig 2000 ". There also was also a "very giant hamster bot" that tried to crush George, Harold and Captain Underpants.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    The fourth book (and third book for me) in this series. This time a professor with an original name and his plans to take over the world (though I totally was cheering him on). I have to say I liked this one less than the previous books I read. It had to do with the teachers (this is definitely not what you do to your students/pupils, I know it is exaggerated, but it still was just too much for me. What terrible teachers, they shouldn't be working there at all.). But it also had to do with the The fourth book (and third book for me) in this series. This time a professor with an original name and his plans to take over the world (though I totally was cheering him on). I have to say I liked this one less than the previous books I read. It had to do with the teachers (this is definitely not what you do to your students/pupils, I know it is exaggerated, but it still was just too much for me. What terrible teachers, they shouldn't be working there at all.). But it also had to do with the name calling. I rather liked the fact there was a country that made up their own names and had silly/weird names. But the poor man was bullied, with his new and old name. He didn't even do anything wrong, he was patient, sweet, kind, and all he wanted was to show those kids how awesome science could be. I know, I know, I shouldn't take it serious, but for some reason I couldn't help but being very pissed at the kids and everyone around that professor. So yeah, instead of cheering for the good guys to win.... I was rooting for the professor to get his revenge. Yep, I was rooting for the baddie. Though, then again, he wasn't necessarily evil, he just snapped. I did like his revenge plan, and how (hilariously) people were unhappy. See, you don't like it to be bullied with your name, then don't do it to others. Also the shrinking of the school was an excellent plan. I loved the pranks (not the name calling) by George and Harold (or should I say Fluffy and Cheeseball). They should just ask their parents to move to another school, one that doesn't mind imagination and instead will motivate and stimulate the brains of these 2 kids. On the one hand I am not too happy with the mistakes in the comics (it does get a bit old), but on the other hand it does fit the age of the duo. I also loved that little kid that made its appearance twice in this story, and what he said/did during those two appearances. :P Then there is the fourth wall breaking and that is just my favourite thing in this series. Captain Underpants is also a brilliant character, it is just a shame that for most of the time he isn't around. So I hope that the next book has a bit better plot/less bullying, I can't wait to see what villain we get next time! Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  10. 4 out of 5

    Dolly

    This is another hilarious book in the Captain Underpants series by Dav Pilkey. Our girls really like these books and insist on reading them independently (so I don't have the excuse that I read the book with them, but I enjoyed reading it, too!) The humor is quite juvenile and the storyline is very predictable, but we all really liked it. Our girls especially like the Flip-O-Rama pages, and they had a blast figuring out all of our new silly names (henceforth I shall be known as Gidget This is another hilarious book in the Captain Underpants series by Dav Pilkey. Our girls really like these books and insist on reading them independently (so I don't have the excuse that I read the book with them, but I enjoyed reading it, too!) The humor is quite juvenile and the storyline is very predictable, but we all really liked it. Our girls especially like the Flip-O-Rama pages, and they had a blast figuring out all of our new silly names (henceforth I shall be known as Gidget Bananahiney.) All in all, I find these stories to be very entertaining and perfect for getting reluctant readers to learn to love books. We will certainly move on to the next story very soon.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Natasya Mesensy

    April is coming to an end and I'm not even sure if I have read anything. Well, slump is slowly fading... or not. Busy with school lately, and beside who would resist a fun childhood book full of memories?

  12. 4 out of 5

    David

    When I read this book it had a lot of funny thing like in a part of George and Harold were not going to a field trip because there old mean principle Mr Krupp caught them doing bad thing. SO Mr Krupp said they needed to stay and clean the teacher lounge room so George and Harold clean but put something to the teacher when came back. When the teacher came back from the trip they went to the teacher lounge room and had a big surprise the teachers open some thing up but did not know that the water When I read this book it had a lot of funny thing like in a part of George and Harold were not going to a field trip because there old mean principle Mr Krupp caught them doing bad thing. SO Mr Krupp said they needed to stay and clean the teacher lounge room so George and Harold clean but put something to the teacher when came back. When the teacher came back from the trip they went to the teacher lounge room and had a big surprise the teachers open some thing up but did not know that the water was on and go wet and then the another teacher opened another thing and got dirty some teachers went running so that was the best part of the store.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    So, I never read any Captain Underpants as a kid, but I ran across this book the other day and decided to give it a read. It’s a pretty funny story and a great interactive read for new readers of chapter books. Silly, but clean potty humor.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Aeneas

    If I had a name in Jerome Horwitz Elementary School, it would be "Stinky Toad Hiney."

  15. 4 out of 5

    Amanda

    Professor Poopy Pants made for lots of laughs from my 7 yr old just reading his name!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Dahlia Quijano

    My favorite part about Captain Underpants was when everyone at Jerome Horwitz Elementary School had to change their names! If I had to change my name, my name would be Gidget Toadhiney!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Michael J

    It's American history in this country and you don't know why but it's really important policy for that,no matter what..com

  18. 5 out of 5

    Cassie

    I know, I know. It’s supposed to be silly and it’s great for reluctant readers. I love silliness, but I don’t like meanness, so I’ll never like this series.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Cooper

    George and Harold got told for them to be named cheeseball and fluffy. This book is funny.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Kustav Vello

    Loved it like always the same as the first one. (witch was from the humor by the way) I recommend this for everyone who likes humor and has read the whole other part of the sieres.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    I enjoyed this book because I like Captain Underpants books. I also enjoyed this book because I liked the part when Captain Underpants defeated Professor Poopypants.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Andrew Vadlez

    The story “Captain underpants and the Perilous Plot of Professor Poopypants” by Dav Pilkey is a story that has action,laughs,and thrills witch says, on the book. Also,it is worth reading since the story is entertaining and makes you laugh a couple times and you might say that 160 pages is alot to read but it isn’t because it is a good story that will be fun and wish it will never end.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ryan Wong

    This was one of the funniest books I’ve read when I was in year 4-5. I’m doing a review on Captain Underpants and the Perilous plot of professor poopypants for a school exercise. It is a book by Dav Pilkey. It tells you the story in the 3rd person narrative and it is the fourth book in the series. This book is about a funny sounding guy named Professor Pippy P. Poopypants. He is a scientist from a place where everyone has a silly name. He creates all these wonderful inventions like a shrinking This was one of the funniest books I’ve read when I was in year 4-5. I’m doing a review on Captain Underpants and the Perilous plot of professor poopypants for a school exercise. It is a book by Dav Pilkey. It tells you the story in the 3rd person narrative and it is the fourth book in the series. This book is about a funny sounding guy named Professor Pippy P. Poopypants. He is a scientist from a place where everyone has a silly name. He creates all these wonderful inventions like a shrinking machine and am enlarging machine. He tried to show his inventions in America to help the world by shrinking the garbage and increase the world’s food supply but everyone just laughs at his name. When a teacher in Jerome Horwitz Elementary School, Mr. Fyde quits his job to retire because he thinks he going insane, Professor Poopypants applies for the teaching job he sees in an ad in the newspaper. Professor Poopypants thinks the children would be kind and sweet-hearted and not laugh at his name, but they are no different. Professor Poopypants invented a machine that allows gerbils to jog alongside their masters and gets the children interested in it but when he reveals his middle name to be Pee-Pee, it causes the children to start laughing again. A teacher, Ms, Ribble read the story of The Pied Piper from Hamelin and this inspires George and Harold to write a comic book about Professor poopypants inventing an army of gerbil joggers to destroy the world. This however, makes Professor Poopypants go crazy and he gets revenge. He supersized his gerbil machine and then gets inside. He shrinks the school and holds them hostage. He told everyone that they have to change their names to silly ones instead of a normal name, and if anyone refuses to do so will be shrunk. He changed Mr. Krupp’s name to “Lumpy Pottybiscuits”, George and Harold’s name to Fluffy and Cheeseball and the mighty Captain Underpants to “Buttercup Chickenfanny”. Then one of the boys enlarge Captain Underpants to the size of the professor. The rest of the story is just a classic superhero story where Captain Underpants beats professor Poopypants, everyone’s name is back to normal, the school and captain underpants turns back into their normal size. The professor gets taken to jail and Captain Underpants gets soaked with water, and therefore turning back into the old and mean MR. Krupp. It is a good book, very easy to read and funny. It has some great illustrations and art. It starts with “Once upon a time” and is the only book I’ve read with that starting sentence. I like all the names that they change into. It’s been so long since I’ve read this book and I would love to read the other series of this book all over again. I recommend this book for audience of children aged 7-12 but really, it is for all ages so anyone can read it.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Callie Risse

    In this book, Professor Poopypants becomes angry and seeks revenge on those who make fun of his name. I would not necessarily recommend reading this book in the classroom, but it is definately a good book to get students excited about reading. Particularly, the 8 year-old I work with didn't want to put the book down because it gave him an excuse to say ridiculous things such as "poopypants" and "stupid" without getting into trouble.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Alberto

    Captain Underpants is about these 2 kids who hypnotized there principle and the principle is a super hero name captain underpants,captain underpants can be friendly and can also be deadly you pour a bucket of water on captain underpants hell turn back to the same mean old principle and if you snap your fingers he turns back into captain underpants.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Evelyn Vasquez

    this book is about a scientist named professor poppy pants he shrunken the school and all the students inside and he changed all the names of the kids it made feel interested because there were a lout of action and funny I learned that do not laugh to people's name and I will recomend this book because it is really great story

  27. 5 out of 5

    S.K. Levy

    A hilarious, gross, entertaining, imaginative, wonderful middle grade series that left me in stitches when I was young, and I have no doubt it would have the same effect on me now at 25. Grab it for your kids and yourself and you will undoubtedly lol all the way through.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Donna

    Read this to my 1st grader. And as usual, he thought Captain Underpants was awesome.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Kai and I read this together.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Jessie

    Every Captain Underpants book will leave you and your kids in tears of laughter!

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