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Commander Toad Series

Jane Yolen
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Commander Toad Series : Titles in Order

Book 7
“A funny space adventure that spoofs Star Wars while providing an easy-to-read story.” —Booklist

After many long days in the dark of space, the crew of the Star Warts is thinking longingly of home. But when Mr. Hop sets a course for HOME, the spaceship zeroes in on an uncharted planet. The intrepid crew sets out to explore, and Commander Toad stumbles into an extraordinary discovery — one that gives a new meaning to home. Join these much-loved characters in a toadally new adventure, full of groan-worthy puns and visual jokes.


Fans of DK Readers: LEGO Star Wars, Tom Angleberger’s Origami Yoda, and silliness will toad-ally love Commander Toad!
Book 6
“A funny space adventure that spoofs Star Wars while providing an easy-to-read story.” —Booklist

It’s been a long trip, and Commander Toad and the crew of the Star Warts are bored. They’ve played all the games and watched all the movies and read all the books on the ship. Suddenly the alarm goes off–pirates are coming aboard, led by Commander Salamander, Scourge of the Skies and Goon of the Galaxies. Is the crew going to have to play his favorite game–Hop the Plank?


Fans of DK Readers: LEGO Star Wars, Tom Angleberger’s Origami Yoda, and silliness will toad-ally love Commander Toad!
Book 5
“A funny space adventure that spoofs Star Wars while providing an easy-to-read story.” —Booklist

The Star Warts is on a dangerous mission to an intergalactic spy convention, to find Agent 007½. Not only is he Space Fleet’s greatest spy and a master of disguise, but he is also Commander Toad’s cousin, Tip Toad. It’s essential that no other spy see Agent 007½ without his disguise. Will Commander Toad be able to recognize his cousin in time?.

 
Fans of DK Readers: LEGO Star Wars, Tom Angleberger’s Origami Yoda, and silliness will toad-ally love Commander Toad!
Book 4
“A funny space adventure that spoofs Star Wars while providing an easy-to-read story.” —Booklist

When Commander Toad and the crew of the Star Warts learn that a disaster has struck and asteroid, they race across the galaxy to the rescue. But it’s hard to figure out just what is wrong, especially when there is a language barrier between the Star Warts crew and the pigeon inhabitants of the dis-asteroid. A hero is needed, but is even intrepid Commander Toad brave enough to save the day?

Fans of DK Readers: LEGO Star Wars, Tom Angleberger’s Origami Yoda, and silliness will toad-ally love Commander Toad!
Book 3
“A funny space adventure that spoofs Star Wars while providing an easy-to-read story.” —Booklist

Commander Toad and his crew on the Star Warts come across a black hole while leapfrogging across the galaxy. Something long, pink, and sticky grabs their spaceship and it isn’t space gum–it’s the tongue of an E. T. T – an Extra Terrestrial Toad! When all else fails, Commander Toad has to resort to a secret weapon from his past to save the ship from toad-al destruction.

Fans of DK Readers: LEGO Star Wars, Tom Angleberger’s Origami Yoda, and silliness will toad-ally love Commander Toad!
Book 2
“A funny space adventure that spoofs Star Wars while providing an easy-to-read story.” —Booklist

When Commander Toad finds a new planet that seems the ideal place for a picnic for his tired crew, he and Lieutenant Lily go down to look around first, only to be swallowed up by giant grapes. Is this the end for the brave crew of the Star Warts? Or can Doc Peeper, the ship’s medical officer, help them escape from the Planet of the Grapes?


Fans of DK Readers: LEGO Star Wars, Tom Angleberger’s Origami Yoda, and silliness will toad-ally love Commander Toad!
Book 1
“A funny space adventure that spoofs Star Wars while providing an easy-to-read story.” —Booklist

Brave Commander Toad and the crew of the spaceship Star Warts have a mission: they must go where no spaceship has gone before and bring a little bit of earth out to the alien stars. But when they try to land their sky skimmer on the planet made of water, a terrible sound rises from the waves. Deep Wader is not pleased at being disturbed. “This planet belongs to me,” he roars. It looks as though the crew of the Star Warts might become the monster’s lunch.


Fans of DK Readers: LEGO Star Wars, Tom Angleberger’s Origami Yoda, and silliness will toad-ally love Commander Toad!
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