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The fifth book in Dav Pilkey's mega-bestselling Captain Underpants series. Now with super-cool foil covers! Shiny! Fun! George and Harold have really done it this time...they've created a MONSTER! She's faster, smarter, and more evil than anything the world has seen before--she's Wedgie Woman! With the help of her horrible robots and her horrendous hairdo, Wedgie Woman is o The fifth book in Dav Pilkey's mega-bestselling Captain Underpants series. Now with super-cool foil covers! Shiny! Fun! George and Harold have really done it this time...they've created a MONSTER! She's faster, smarter, and more evil than anything the world has seen before--she's Wedgie Woman! With the help of her horrible robots and her horrendous hairdo, Wedgie Woman is on a mission to take over the world, and she'll give a whopping wedgie to anyone who stands in her way--including Captain Underpants. Will Wedgie Woman's wicked ways spell the end for our heroes? You'll have to read the book to find out. And in the meantime...watch your back!


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The fifth book in Dav Pilkey's mega-bestselling Captain Underpants series. Now with super-cool foil covers! Shiny! Fun! George and Harold have really done it this time...they've created a MONSTER! She's faster, smarter, and more evil than anything the world has seen before--she's Wedgie Woman! With the help of her horrible robots and her horrendous hairdo, Wedgie Woman is o The fifth book in Dav Pilkey's mega-bestselling Captain Underpants series. Now with super-cool foil covers! Shiny! Fun! George and Harold have really done it this time...they've created a MONSTER! She's faster, smarter, and more evil than anything the world has seen before--she's Wedgie Woman! With the help of her horrible robots and her horrendous hairdo, Wedgie Woman is on a mission to take over the world, and she'll give a whopping wedgie to anyone who stands in her way--including Captain Underpants. Will Wedgie Woman's wicked ways spell the end for our heroes? You'll have to read the book to find out. And in the meantime...watch your back!

30 review for Captain Underpants and the Wrath of the Wicked Wedgie Women

  1. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Chung

    Steadily I'm making my through this series. Wrath of the Wicked Wedgie Woman was not nearly as good or as funny as the last four books. I think it's because there wasn't enough conflict? It's hard to put my finger on why this one wasn't as good. I just didn't like the main villain I guess. Her main "weapon" was spray starch. It kind of reminded me of Superman and Kryptonite. Although it makes sense why Captain Underpants wouldn't want his underwear starched, it just didn't seem "enough" for me. Steadily I'm making my through this series. Wrath of the Wicked Wedgie Woman was not nearly as good or as funny as the last four books. I think it's because there wasn't enough conflict? It's hard to put my finger on why this one wasn't as good. I just didn't like the main villain I guess. Her main "weapon" was spray starch. It kind of reminded me of Superman and Kryptonite. Although it makes sense why Captain Underpants wouldn't want his underwear starched, it just didn't seem "enough" for me. I didn't add this tidbit before, but If you haven't read Captain Underpants and you wanted to, you don't have to read them in order. They (George and Harold), do a review of what happened in the last book as a comic book you read within the book. Hopefully you understood that. Looking forward to many more adventures with George and Harold.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Mellodi

    Loved this one just like the others (Read out of order but getting the 4th from the library soon, review coming soon!) If you haven't had the chance to read them, you will find them entertaining even though they are geared towards younger readers. You may even relate to some of the things in the book as you may have done the very same things as a kid. Give this series a read even if it's just for yourself and you don't have children or read them with your children and have some laughs together. Loved this one just like the others (Read out of order but getting the 4th from the library soon, review coming soon!) If you haven't had the chance to read them, you will find them entertaining even though they are geared towards younger readers. You may even relate to some of the things in the book as you may have done the very same things as a kid. Give this series a read even if it's just for yourself and you don't have children or read them with your children and have some laughs together. Give this series a try.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    This review is really regarding my 6yr old son's opinions because I just don't get these gross-out books. I buy them for son because of my sometimes wobbly belief that all reading is good reading (for kids) and I would hate to turn him off to reading by forcing Shakespeare or Chaucer on him to early. Anyway, he laughed out loud at this one too. It contains all the elements of glee one usually finds in a "Pilkey" such as mean grownups being hypnotized by naughty but well meaning schoolboys and th This review is really regarding my 6yr old son's opinions because I just don't get these gross-out books. I buy them for son because of my sometimes wobbly belief that all reading is good reading (for kids) and I would hate to turn him off to reading by forcing Shakespeare or Chaucer on him to early. Anyway, he laughed out loud at this one too. It contains all the elements of glee one usually finds in a "Pilkey" such as mean grownups being hypnotized by naughty but well meaning schoolboys and then running in around in their undearwear or turning into evil snake-headed monsters trying to take over the world with robot children who look like our heroes. It all happens when someone (usually inadvertently) snaps. My son takes great pains to snap now and then and run around warning me about all the impending dangers. This one was not quite as funny as the others, but I'll have to suffer through them all as we have found a big set of these for a buck each and a consignment shop. Sigh.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ben

    All tied up with n this perilous plot

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kim Young Bean

    It's a thrilling book with comedy , puns , action and mostly about the terror of the wedgie woman !! I really like this book because it just makes me laugh whenever I read it

  6. 4 out of 5

    Ken

    Funny and engaging, these books celebrate childhood creativity as George and Harold joyfully see their comic book creation come to life.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Mehsi

    After a disappointed 4th book, I was hoping this one would be better, and it was! And that mostly was because of the ending, it was a really heartwarming and fluffy ending and it made me really happy. It really shows that these 2 boys also have a heart and are willing to forgive someone. This time the villain is their teacher! Then again, the teachers are already pretty much villains with the harsh way they treat the pupils, but this is different. This teacher will go full villain mode! And it wa After a disappointed 4th book, I was hoping this one would be better, and it was! And that mostly was because of the ending, it was a really heartwarming and fluffy ending and it made me really happy. It really shows that these 2 boys also have a heart and are willing to forgive someone. This time the villain is their teacher! Then again, the teachers are already pretty much villains with the harsh way they treat the pupils, but this is different. This teacher will go full villain mode! And it was just brilliant, she makes a perfect villain, and as expected from this series she does something like wedgies. I was not surprised at all when that was one of her powers and her way of battling someone. The prank they did was a bit over the top, I was worried at how it would end. Even though I didn't agree with how the teacher reacted in the end (wow, girl, violence is never good), I can imagine she is pissed. Then again maybe she should have been the adult and said no at the beginning. I did love that they changed a whole schedule and no one noticed. The teachers did think something was strange, but didn't care to investigate. :P We also have a Superman backstory (made up on the spot by our duo) for Captain Underpants when he gets in trouble, and I was just laughing so hard that they went for this instead of trying harder to find what they needed. Fourth wall breaking is <3 <3. I just love that they are adding it to the story. As I said a few times, I love the illustrations. I will just keep on saying it, but it fits perfectly with this series! Well, I guess I need to see if I can find the other books in this series as I do want to keep on reading! Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  8. 4 out of 5

    Alex

    I enjoyed this book because I like Captain Underpants books. I did not like this book because I did not like the part when Wedgie Woman almost took over the world.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Debbie

    Book five in the Captain Underpants series. Harold and George are up to their old tricks. When a prank goes too far, they decided to fix things by hypnotizing another teacher. They don't mean to create the worst monster ever...but they do. Will the world withstand the wrath of the wicked wedgie woman?

  10. 4 out of 5

    Siobhan

    A wonderful read from my childhood, one I’d certainly suggest for other youngsters. Whilst it is not my all-time favourite childhood read I can still recall all the details of this one meaning it certainly left a lasting impression upon my young mind. And isn’t that what we want with children’s books, for them to leave a positive lasting impression?

  11. 5 out of 5

    Ashley

    I think this book was OK because i like the books of captain underpants I learned that to never hypnotize your teacher because you will get in trouble I would recommend this book to my friends, family and teachers because it is a good book. This book was fiction.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jordan

    I thought the book was very hilarious and the storyline is funny.I also thought the book was interesting to read.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Sonia

    An easy book to read with 3rd graders and younger. The story is very basic about a mean teacher going too far and ending up as a super villain.

  14. 5 out of 5

    RLL220_SandraJ

    Summary : Captain Underpants and the Wrath Wicked Wedgie Women is about two boys name George and Harold. They end up creating their mean teacher into an evil villain on accident. This villain wants to destroy Captain Underpants by making Robots of George and Harold and tricking the great hero. Wicked Wedgie Women uses both the robots and starch to destroy Captain Underpants. But at the end the Captain Underpants remembers when he was younger he swallowed a ball that protects him from starch . Al Summary : Captain Underpants and the Wrath Wicked Wedgie Women is about two boys name George and Harold. They end up creating their mean teacher into an evil villain on accident. This villain wants to destroy Captain Underpants by making Robots of George and Harold and tricking the great hero. Wicked Wedgie Women uses both the robots and starch to destroy Captain Underpants. But at the end the Captain Underpants remembers when he was younger he swallowed a ball that protects him from starch . All he has to say are a couple of magic words to get protected from starch and so he does . The Wedgie women gets defeated and Captain Underpants saves the day with help of George and Harold. Overall, I enjoyed reading this book because it brought back many memories of when I was younger and read these books. I think the book was fun to read because it talks about how I viewed school when I was younger. I also enjoyed this book because I was able to connect to George and Harold imaginations. Illustrations: What made me pick up Captain Underpants books when I was younger were the illustrations. I love how unique they were because the reader can flip a page and make the drawing come to life, literally. The reader can see how Captain Underpants smashes the robots together and it looks as if the reader is watching it on tv. I also notice how the author would change the illustrations from comics to the actual story . The reader can tell when comics were seen it meant a flash back, which I enjoyed because it was easy to understand. The comics illustrations were as if a child drew them, which I thought made it more fun to read. I also love how the author will misspell words on purpose or drew out of the lines, not making perfection a big deal. The colors the author used were really bright when the story was being told but the soft colors were used with the comics. I liked this because there was a mix of many colors. The text was perfect not too much in both the comics and while the story was being told . There was small paragraphs and of course some words in comics. The paragraphs had many details yet the author kept it small and simple. I saw alliteration being use and onomatopoeia, which I thought was neat. Grade Level/ Class use : I would use this book to make 3rd and 4th graders make their own comic books. I would also introduce 3rd graders to alliteration and onomatopoeia and make them use it in their comics. I would make 5th graders make their own chapters book using both a mix of comics with a story. Where their would be peer editing and teacher editing. Strength/ Weakness: The strengths were the different types of illustrations being used with comics and then the reader having to go back to the story. I like the use of onomatopoeia and alliteration because many students can learn from it. I like the colors being used because their bright, catching the readers attention. The only both strength and weakness is the misspelling because some students might get confuse on how to spell a word, yet it teaches kids how it’s okay not to be perfect.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jason H

    I picked this book up for my daughter, who really enjoyed the movie. I have a few minutes free, so I decided to give it a quick read. As a kid's book, this hits all the right targets -- funny, silly, easy to read. The plot is ridiculous, as are the characters, but that's on purpose. There's plenty of self-deprecating humor, breaking of the fourth wall, and reader interactions interspersed with the story itself. I'd say it's appropriate for kids who can read, of any age. It teaches a lesson or two I picked this book up for my daughter, who really enjoyed the movie. I have a few minutes free, so I decided to give it a quick read. As a kid's book, this hits all the right targets -- funny, silly, easy to read. The plot is ridiculous, as are the characters, but that's on purpose. There's plenty of self-deprecating humor, breaking of the fourth wall, and reader interactions interspersed with the story itself. I'd say it's appropriate for kids who can read, of any age. It teaches a lesson or two without being preachy, and it could inspire young readers to use their imaginations.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Ian

    In my opinion this book was one of the best books I've ever read. The book has a lot of action, and it's a very funny silly book. The main characters are named George, Harold, and Captian Underpants. George and Harold are good guys and they are always so funny. They really make this book an amazing story. Captain Underpants was always the hero in the story's and he would always save the day! I definitely recommend this book. It always makes my day to read a Captain Underpants book!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jenny Clark

    Another funny installment in Captain Underpants. I do like that comics are shown as creative writing at the end, and this one has TWO comics in it rather than the customary one. Again, juvenile humor but it did make me laugh. A quick fun read for sure. Also, the spoof of Superman for Captain Underpants backstory was pretty awesome.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Mallory

    My son loves these books! I’m genuinely having fun reading them to him at bedtime. I love doing the voices and he loves the Flip-o-Rama sections. Sure, there’s not much substance and a lot of potty humor (obviously 😂), but the writing is clever. If anything, he learns more about consequences, choices, and emotions.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Evie

    I got this book because I got on honor roll. It was hard to find we had to go to two different Targets but this is the one I wanted! This was very good. I was very surprised with Robot George and Robot Harold made the characters find out something crazy!!!!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Krista

    My kids loved this book! I loved it too, super funny! Highly recommended

  21. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Sund

    Felicity LOVED this book, and I'll admit I had a lot of fun reading it out loud to her. Would I prefer higher literature for my kid? Sure. But she really likes underwear jokes.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Xavier A

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. dont under estamate people?

  23. 4 out of 5

    Amaal

    Title: Captain Underpants and the Wrath of the Wedgie Woman The Fifth Epic Novel Author: Dav Pilkey Date of Publication: 2001 Genre: Fiction/Comics/Picture Book/Entertainment Annotations: This book is about two boys who have a great imagination. These boys are George Beard and Harold Hutchins. George and Harold are average kids at an elementary school and they usually get into trouble. They created the Captain Underpants comics, where their principal (Mr. Krupp) turns into super hero Captain Underp Title: Captain Underpants and the Wrath of the Wedgie Woman The Fifth Epic Novel Author: Dav Pilkey Date of Publication: 2001 Genre: Fiction/Comics/Picture Book/Entertainment Annotations: This book is about two boys who have a great imagination. These boys are George Beard and Harold Hutchins. George and Harold are average kids at an elementary school and they usually get into trouble. They created the Captain Underpants comics, where their principal (Mr. Krupp) turns into super hero Captain Underpants with the sound of a snap and turns back into his normal human self when soaked in water. In this book, George and Harold make a comic for their teacher, Ms. Ribble, who is retiring. In their comic, they made Ms. Ribble an evil, bionic-powered, wedgie-giving wacko taking over the entire city and Captain Underpants has to come in and save the day. A series of unfortunate events unfold and the imaginative comic turns into reality. Will George and Harold be able to return things back to normal? This is the first Captain Underpants book I’ve ever read and it was hilarious! I feel it has a great purpose for entertainment, and yet it has a subtle message: taking responsibility of actions. Even though this is a chapter book with pictures on every page, I feel that young children, especially those reluctant to reading, can benefit by reflecting on their own imagination, relating to getting into trouble, and taking responsibility to make things right again. Discussion and Comprehension Questions for children: Who were the main characters in this book? How do you think Mr. Krupp felt when he realized what was in his letter to Ms. Ribble? How can you tell? How do you think George and Harold felt when they realized their magic on Ms. Ribble turned against them? How do you think Captain Underpants felt when he was stuck on the flag pole? Has there ever been a time where you believed you couldn’t do something? Has anyone ever helped you believe you can do something? Have you ever helped someone believe they can do something? Has there ever been a time where you got in trouble and tried to make things right again?

  24. 4 out of 5

    Utena

    Real Rating: 4.5 George and Harold are back once again and this time so is the Hypno ring that got them here in the first place. Their prank this time revolves around their teacher, whom they use the Hypno ring on. Unfortunately for Harold and George they were not paying attention to the news. The news told them that the rings worked differently upon women and caused them to do the opposite of things. So now their teacher is Wicked Wedgie Woman and she wants to get rid of Captain Underpants. So s Real Rating: 4.5 George and Harold are back once again and this time so is the Hypno ring that got them here in the first place. Their prank this time revolves around their teacher, whom they use the Hypno ring on. Unfortunately for Harold and George they were not paying attention to the news. The news told them that the rings worked differently upon women and caused them to do the opposite of things. So now their teacher is Wicked Wedgie Woman and she wants to get rid of Captain Underpants. So she sets out her two robots (that look exactly like Harold and George) to find him. This series never seems to have a dull moment. There is always something going on and Harold and George never really seem to learn a lesson even at the end when they should. Yet if they did I doubt we would have these fun continuations. George and Harold are smart. Very smart for their young age and they are producing their own brand of comics to the masses at school. But pranking seems to be their number one priority and keeping their teachers - as well as Mr. Krupps - on their toes. I am sure some parents would see these books as a means to teach children that it is okay to misbehave and cause trouble but there is always a moral to these stories - there are always consequences to the trouble you make.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Arturo Bricio

    Captain Underpants And The Wrath oF The Wicked Wedgie Woman Captain Underpants takes place in the school. The main characters are George Beard and Harold Hutchins. Captain Underpants fights the Wicked Wedgie Woman. The author is Dave Pilkey. This book is a hilarious book. First George and Harold make a comic book titled The Trubble with Captain Underpants. Next Ms. Ribbles gives a big news to her students. Also Captain Underpants fights the Wicked Wedgie Woman. Finally Ms. Ribble makes a retirem Captain Underpants And The Wrath oF The Wicked Wedgie Woman Captain Underpants takes place in the school. The main characters are George Beard and Harold Hutchins. Captain Underpants fights the Wicked Wedgie Woman. The author is Dave Pilkey. This book is a hilarious book. First George and Harold make a comic book titled The Trubble with Captain Underpants. Next Ms. Ribbles gives a big news to her students. Also Captain Underpants fights the Wicked Wedgie Woman. Finally Ms. Ribble makes a retirement party for her students. Ms. Ribble party started off bad, and just got worse. Ms. Ribble forced her students to sing a corny song to her. One thing I liked about this book was that the book wasn’t confusing. It wasn’t confusing because the author explains every part in order. One thing I disliked about this book was that it didn’t talk enough of Captain Underpants because it mostly talks about Ms. Ribble, Mr. Krupp and what George and Harold do. My favorite part of the book was when Mr. krupp handed the card to Ms. Ribble that Harold made. When Ms. Ribble open the card it said “your one hot moma”. Than it said will you marry me? Signed Mr. Krupp. This book didn’t remind me of another book. I would recommend this book to anyone. I would recommend this book because it’s an excellent book. Also because it’s hilarious. And because it has amazing details. I would give this book 5 stars.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Michele Lee

    We bought this book used. The fifth book in the Captain Underpants series brings things back to the beginning and even busts out the 3D HypnoRing that started it all. Long-time troublemakers Harold and George try to break free from the smothering demands of their school by tricking Principal Krupp into asking their teacher, Ms. Ribble. to marry him. Ms. Ribble responds by flunking them. George and Harold try to correct things with the hypno-ring but only end up with a super powered evil woman on We bought this book used. The fifth book in the Captain Underpants series brings things back to the beginning and even busts out the 3D HypnoRing that started it all. Long-time troublemakers Harold and George try to break free from the smothering demands of their school by tricking Principal Krupp into asking their teacher, Ms. Ribble. to marry him. Ms. Ribble responds by flunking them. George and Harold try to correct things with the hypno-ring but only end up with a super powered evil woman on their hands. In a stellar super hero showdown featuring underwear, giant robots and prehensile hair George and Harold must save Captain Underpants from himself and get their teacher back to the mean old ordinary woman she's supposed to be. The Captain Underpants series is hilarious, fun and silly enough to pull in even the most resistant reader. The conflict is often based around George and Harold making mistakes and having to fix them and the language features a lot of puns and in jokes, which while silly are also great for helping kids with comprehension and language development. It should be a part of public collections for kids for sure and makes for great before-bed reading as well. Recommended for 6-12 yrs

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sara ♥

    This one was particularly funny! Apparently the 3D Hypno Ring, originally used to turn Mr. Krupp into Captain Underpants in a snap (ha!), doesn't work as intended on females. If you try to hypnotize a woman, they will do the OPPOSITE of what you tell them to do. And thus, in trying to make their English teacher be nicer, they accidentally create a super-villain with Medusa-like hair. She's kinda fabulous. This is one of the books in the series that will have long-lasting repercussions as well: (vi This one was particularly funny! Apparently the 3D Hypno Ring, originally used to turn Mr. Krupp into Captain Underpants in a snap (ha!), doesn't work as intended on females. If you try to hypnotize a woman, they will do the OPPOSITE of what you tell them to do. And thus, in trying to make their English teacher be nicer, they accidentally create a super-villain with Medusa-like hair. She's kinda fabulous. This is one of the books in the series that will have long-lasting repercussions as well: (view spoiler)[(1) Harold and George create an origin story comic for Captain Underpants to let him know that starch is NOT his Kryptonite, and (2) The hypnotizing they do on the English teacher at the end lasts at least through the next book. She is not a nice, fun-loving, cookie-bringing teacher instead of the sourpuss crab-apple she was until this point. (hide spoiler)] I like when things like this happen. It makes it feel like there's character development. In a children's graphic novel series. Ha! :)

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sam Cooper

    Ready for another captain underpants adventure? I sure hope so! Here we go again with captain underpants and the wrath of the wicked wedgie woman. Every captain under pants story is about a comical adventure, however I belive this book has the greatest sense of adventure to date (the 6th and 7th are a little more epic, however more on those later). In this story captain under pants is not strong enough to take on wedgie woman on his own, so the boys construct robots of themselves to help out pan Ready for another captain underpants adventure? I sure hope so! Here we go again with captain underpants and the wrath of the wicked wedgie woman. Every captain under pants story is about a comical adventure, however I belive this book has the greatest sense of adventure to date (the 6th and 7th are a little more epic, however more on those later). In this story captain under pants is not strong enough to take on wedgie woman on his own, so the boys construct robots of themselves to help out pants-less hero. This story is hilarious because the villain which everyone is terrified of , just gives people wedgies. Worst case scenario, with this villain in town, you might get a wedgie making you moderately uncomfortable for an afternoon until you can find a bathroom to readjust your self. As always captain underpants comes back again for another fun adventure.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Madisen

    The only reason I read these books was because I ran out of books and my brother had them, so I decided to read them. Like I said before, they are sort of stupid, but it is pretty clever, that may not make very much sense though.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Zac (Fellow Lord) Cooper

    haha! captain undies never gets old! super funny

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