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Mutant Origin: Leonardo/Donatello (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) (edition 2012)

by Michael Teitelbaum (Author)

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Nickelodeon's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles tell their own origin stories in this 128-page novelization that's actually two awesome books in one! Boys ages 8-12 will thrill to the first adventure, as Leonardo reveals how he became the leader of the Turtles. Then they can flip the book over and let Donatello narrate the Turtles first epic battle with the Kraang.… (more)
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Title:Mutant Origin: Leonardo/Donatello (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
Authors:Michael Teitelbaum (Author)
Info:Random House Books for Young Readers (2012), 128 pages
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Mutant Origin: Leonardo/Donatello (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) by Michael Teitelbaum

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This book, in my opinion, was on point. I loved the way the author was able to bring me in by first stating how these turtles gain super mutant powers. The language the author used was easy to read. The turtle is a teenager so he uses words that are relatable. In one instance Leonardo refers to the bad guys as “clowns” which you don’t see too often in the older generations vocabulary. The writing was well organized and I loved the fact that he took the time to explain everything out thoroughly. The author takes the time to explain what a sais is (I had no idea it was two thin daggers with sharp points). The point of view was first person through a teenage turtle Leonardo. He refers to his two brothers as goofballs and throughout the novel continues to make jokes at them. The plot of the story has a lot of action/conflict. The three ninja turtles are always saving people on the streets of the city. They save a girl from being kidnapped and continue to track the criminals during the book. The illustrations are in black and white but enhance the story. It gives the reader a clear example of what a teenage ninja turtle looks like and also a clear picture of where there fights took place. This story is to push readers to see that there are good people in this world looking out for each and every one of us.
  JordanMyers | Nov 5, 2014 |
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Nickelodeon's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles tell their own origin stories in this 128-page novelization that's actually two awesome books in one! Boys ages 8-12 will thrill to the first adventure, as Leonardo reveals how he became the leader of the Turtles. Then they can flip the book over and let Donatello narrate the Turtles first epic battle with the Kraang.

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