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It's all up to Gordon now. His partner has been captured. His superior officer has been neutralized. And his distress calls to P.U.R.S.T. (Pets of the Universe Ready for Space Travel) have gone unanswered. That means he must fight the aliens alone! But Gordon's not a fighter --- his deadliest weapon is his mind. So what's a genius dog to do? Time travel, of course! He'll u It's all up to Gordon now. His partner has been captured. His superior officer has been neutralized. And his distress calls to P.U.R.S.T. (Pets of the Universe Ready for Space Travel) have gone unanswered. That means he must fight the aliens alone! But Gordon's not a fighter --- his deadliest weapon is his mind. So what's a genius dog to do? Time travel, of course! He'll use his new time machine to travel back in time, then he can stop the invasion before it happens. But there's a malfunction: instead of sending him back five days, the time machine sends him back five years! And now he's out of fuel! With only his wits to depend on, can Gordon get back to the future in time to save his friends and his humans? This laugh-out-loud junior graphic novel is part of Ashley Spires's hugely popular P.U.R.S.T. Adventure series. Gordon the dog is a favorite character from Spires's companion series about Binky the cat. Not too text-heavy, these titles are perfect for emerging readers, though the nonstop action, melodrama and physical comedy make them popular with all children (and adults, too!). With lots of details to look for in the artwork --- such as hilarious sound effects and animal facial expressions --- these titles are terrific for developing visual literacy in beginning readers. This story showcases the character education attributes of responsibility, courage and perseverance.


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It's all up to Gordon now. His partner has been captured. His superior officer has been neutralized. And his distress calls to P.U.R.S.T. (Pets of the Universe Ready for Space Travel) have gone unanswered. That means he must fight the aliens alone! But Gordon's not a fighter --- his deadliest weapon is his mind. So what's a genius dog to do? Time travel, of course! He'll u It's all up to Gordon now. His partner has been captured. His superior officer has been neutralized. And his distress calls to P.U.R.S.T. (Pets of the Universe Ready for Space Travel) have gone unanswered. That means he must fight the aliens alone! But Gordon's not a fighter --- his deadliest weapon is his mind. So what's a genius dog to do? Time travel, of course! He'll use his new time machine to travel back in time, then he can stop the invasion before it happens. But there's a malfunction: instead of sending him back five days, the time machine sends him back five years! And now he's out of fuel! With only his wits to depend on, can Gordon get back to the future in time to save his friends and his humans? This laugh-out-loud junior graphic novel is part of Ashley Spires's hugely popular P.U.R.S.T. Adventure series. Gordon the dog is a favorite character from Spires's companion series about Binky the cat. Not too text-heavy, these titles are perfect for emerging readers, though the nonstop action, melodrama and physical comedy make them popular with all children (and adults, too!). With lots of details to look for in the artwork --- such as hilarious sound effects and animal facial expressions --- these titles are terrific for developing visual literacy in beginning readers. This story showcases the character education attributes of responsibility, courage and perseverance.

30 review for Gordon: Bark to the Future!

  1. 5 out of 5

    [Shai] Bibliophage

    Adventures of the agent dog Gordon in this graphic novel will entertain not only young readers but the adult readers as well. It is really funny how Gordon think and act, especially on what he thinks the aliens that invade their space. I had a great time reading this short but quite comical story of his escapade, and I'm sure that there will be more positive feedback from other readers. Adventures of the agent dog Gordon in this graphic novel will entertain not only young readers but the adult readers as well. It is really funny how Gordon think and act, especially on what he thinks the aliens that invade their space. I had a great time reading this short but quite comical story of his escapade, and I'm sure that there will be more positive feedback from other readers.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jen/The Tolkien Gal/ジェニファー

    Gordon: Bark to the Future: Weak word play that makes for a passably cute comic for kids. I tried to keep in mind how I would have rated this as a child, I really did. I think I still settled on three stars because I was reading Lord of the Flies aged 9 so I wasn't exactly easy to please. Wait why was I reading Lord of the Flies in Primary? No wonder I'm so f*ed up Enter Gordon, a cute little spy dog whose partner has been captured and whose boss has been neutralised after an alien invasion of fly Gordon: Bark to the Future: Weak word play that makes for a passably cute comic for kids. I tried to keep in mind how I would have rated this as a child, I really did. I think I still settled on three stars because I was reading Lord of the Flies aged 9 so I wasn't exactly easy to please. Wait why was I reading Lord of the Flies in Primary? No wonder I'm so f*ed up Enter Gordon, a cute little spy dog whose partner has been captured and whose boss has been neutralised after an alien invasion of fly-like creatures come to earth. Gordon's entire world has been overtaken by these aliens. Gordon takes his time machine back by five years. But Gordon goes back too far because he is younger than five years and his boss is just a stupid kitty. Gordon tries his best to save the planet, but gets distracted by dog things. There are cute jokes here for kids, as well as some teachings in ingenuity and thinking for yourself. Other than that, I feel there was no room for character establishment and development, especially for the cats, who I quite liked. Conclusion This is a pretty mediocre, fast-paced comic that you could throw at a kid to keep them busy for an hour. Not bad, but there is so much room for improvement. Loving the illustrations, though! I myself did not understand the time travel in this comic, so I feel that children would have difficulty understanding it, too. But hey, maybe it's part of the fun. I received this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

  3. 5 out of 5

    Jason

    Time Travel comes to the Binky the Space Cat universe and it actually revitalizes the series a bit. This one features Gordon, a dog who is a part of the recently equal opportunity Pets (formerly Cats) of the Universe Ready for Space Travel and goes back in time to try to prevent an alien invasion. I'll be interested to see if this event becomes a part of the series' continuity and gets referenced in future volumes... Time Travel comes to the Binky the Space Cat universe and it actually revitalizes the series a bit. This one features Gordon, a dog who is a part of the recently equal opportunity Pets (formerly Cats) of the Universe Ready for Space Travel and goes back in time to try to prevent an alien invasion. I'll be interested to see if this event becomes a part of the series' continuity and gets referenced in future volumes...

  4. 5 out of 5

    Cheriee Weichel

    This is the second in the PURST series. It might make more sense if you have already read the first in the series, Fluffy Strikes Back. That said, it is a barrel of fun anyway. If you are not already a fan of Ashley Spires' Binky series, you are living a deprived life. If you have, or work with children in the 'beginning to read stages,' all these graphic novels are a must have. It doesn't matter that Gordon is a dog, and and Binky is a cat. They are best friends and partners. They are also memb This is the second in the PURST series. It might make more sense if you have already read the first in the series, Fluffy Strikes Back. That said, it is a barrel of fun anyway. If you are not already a fan of Ashley Spires' Binky series, you are living a deprived life. If you have, or work with children in the 'beginning to read stages,' all these graphic novels are a must have. It doesn't matter that Gordon is a dog, and and Binky is a cat. They are best friends and partners. They are also members of PURST. (Pets of the Universe Ready for Space Travel) In this volume, Aliens (flies) have invaded the house in the middle of the night and captured Binky. Gordon's superior officer, Fluffy, has been neutralized. No one at PURST is responding to his calls for help. It's up to Gordon to save the day! Gordon is not known for his agility and strength. His weapon is his mind, but none of his inventions have prepared him for this! He has a prototype that might help, but it has never been tested. I can't help but love how goofy Gordon, the brilliant dog is. In the middle of dire circumstances, when he must decide what to do, he is distracted by his love of playing with his ball and steak. Readers will love these humorous insights into his character. At last, when he manages to focus enough to get into his time traveling device, he unfortunately ends up a bit too far into the past. I leave it to you, dear reader, to find out if Gordon can save his people and the world. I guarantee you will enjoy the wacky mishaps, the puns, and general sweet goofiness of the story and images.

  5. 5 out of 5

    TheConsultingWriter

    Why did I want to review this book? Well, first, there's a dog on the cover so...duh. Second, it's a play on Back to the Future, so there better be time travel involved. Obviously, Gordon didn't have a DeLorean. Seems a bit far-fetched? He's a dog. Don't be ridiculous. He travels by time capsule. And Gordon is tasked with saving the Earth from an alien invasion. Something that parents might like include Gordon's worry about using the time machine and coming out like The Fly. Things the kids would Why did I want to review this book? Well, first, there's a dog on the cover so...duh. Second, it's a play on Back to the Future, so there better be time travel involved. Obviously, Gordon didn't have a DeLorean. Seems a bit far-fetched? He's a dog. Don't be ridiculous. He travels by time capsule. And Gordon is tasked with saving the Earth from an alien invasion. Something that parents might like include Gordon's worry about using the time machine and coming out like The Fly. Things the kids would like: the dog is cute, he is easily distracted by tennis balls, he does his doggie "business". Yes, he both marks his territory and poops in the yard. Um...ewww? I get enough of that at home with my own dog. I don't need to "read" about it. lol Things both parents and kids alike would enjoy would include the characteristic shown by Gordon. He takes responsibility for his actions, mistakes and the consequences. He's brave when it comes to traveling back in time to save the future. He keeps going, even when it's tough. Though he makes a mistake, or two, or three, he goes back and makes things right. Gordon may not be a purebred. Is he a little husky? Sure. But when a problem arises he Whippets it into shape and fixes it. This book is a graphic novel perfect for the young and early reader. If you're looking for a cute, adventurous story with a pretty cool dog, prepare for take-arf! Gordon will lead you on a wild adventure through time and space. I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest opinion.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Suzanne

    Imagine the agents of CONTROL as furry house pets and then the agents of KAOS as insects and you have the basic idea of PURST (Pets of the Universe Ready for Space Travel). These fearless pets each have their assigned space station (home) where they defend their humans from alien attack (insects). If you have read any of the Binky the Space Cat stories, then you know all about PURST. In this latest adventure, Binky is put out of commission by an alien invasion and Gordon must find a way to save Imagine the agents of CONTROL as furry house pets and then the agents of KAOS as insects and you have the basic idea of PURST (Pets of the Universe Ready for Space Travel). These fearless pets each have their assigned space station (home) where they defend their humans from alien attack (insects). If you have read any of the Binky the Space Cat stories, then you know all about PURST. In this latest adventure, Binky is put out of commission by an alien invasion and Gordon must find a way to save everyone - his friends and his humans. "This dog's deadliest weapon is his brain," so he sits down to think up a plan. Using the time machine prototype is the only possible option, but when the aliens change the setting from days to years - Gordon may just be stranded in the past for good! A mix of "Get Smart" and "Back to the Future," Gordon's quest has him working on his own in a past when there is no "equal opportunity program yet" and PURST is still FURST (a felines only agency). Binky is just a kitten with no training, so how can Gordon get back to the future without altering the past? As Gordon says, "The past needs a poop scoop because this place stinks." Readers who enjoy funny stories about pets, secret agents, and time travel will have a great time reading the latest adventure of this deteremined canine agent from PURST. I read an e-book provided by the publisher through NetGalley.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Becky B

    Gordon must do something to save his humans and fellow PURST agents from the horrible alien invasion. Being Gordon, he decides to use his mind, and develops a time machine to go back five days to stop things before they start. However, a small problem arises when he goes back five years instead of five days and Gordon has to save the future in the past before he was even born without messing up the future. No easy task. This another great PURST adventure with loads of fun moments watching Gordon Gordon must do something to save his humans and fellow PURST agents from the horrible alien invasion. Being Gordon, he decides to use his mind, and develops a time machine to go back five days to stop things before they start. However, a small problem arises when he goes back five years instead of five days and Gordon has to save the future in the past before he was even born without messing up the future. No easy task. This another great PURST adventure with loads of fun moments watching Gordon confuse himself with past/present/future thoughts and puzzling things out while trying to not get distracted by his ball. It’s got all the classic time travel conundrums in a fun graphic novel featuring a noble, if sometimes fallible, dog secret agent. If you haven’t read the Binky the Space Cat books or Fluffy Strikes Back you probably should because they all lead up to this book and there are loads of references to past books in here. And besides, they’re all quite fun. Another great one from Ashley Spires. Highly recommended to animal lovers, graphic novel fans, and humor fans. No content issues. I received an ARC of this title from the publisher through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I was provided with a copy via NetGalley .... I wasn't sure what I would make of this one. The stories with the "aliens" aren't my favourite of the Binky tales. But this was more fun than I was expecting it to be. It started out strong but did get a bit weaker in the middle. Thankfully, it managed to pull through or I probably would have been a bit disappointed. The drawings are, as always, lovely. And Spires does a good job of conveying a lot of character and personality both in a very short peri I was provided with a copy via NetGalley .... I wasn't sure what I would make of this one. The stories with the "aliens" aren't my favourite of the Binky tales. But this was more fun than I was expecting it to be. It started out strong but did get a bit weaker in the middle. Thankfully, it managed to pull through or I probably would have been a bit disappointed. The drawings are, as always, lovely. And Spires does a good job of conveying a lot of character and personality both in a very short period of time. I do think that we could have done without the pooping and peeing, but I suppose that's to appeal to a younger reader than me. All in all, a good addition to the PURST collection. I do want to go back to Binky the Space Cat in its original focus, but I'm not as distressed as I was when Spires started branching out. And we got to see a baby Binky which, while not enough Binky for me, was still a great addition. If you liked the first books in the series, definitely a good continuation.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Theediscerning

    Hmmm... I can't help thinking this is a misfire, despite the other reviews being positive. It's so immature it can't be called a graphic novel, as the writing just captions the illustrations, and the two media don't ever work in parallel as and when they should. But at the same time the plot, designed to be for the very young, is one concerning multiple time travel adventures and changes in the past, and the present, and alternative presents, and all that malarkey. I was further handicapped by n Hmmm... I can't help thinking this is a misfire, despite the other reviews being positive. It's so immature it can't be called a graphic novel, as the writing just captions the illustrations, and the two media don't ever work in parallel as and when they should. But at the same time the plot, designed to be for the very young, is one concerning multiple time travel adventures and changes in the past, and the present, and alternative presents, and all that malarkey. I was further handicapped by not knowing anything about the franchise before this, and you'd really need to be up to speed with things already, for there is so little here to ease any kind of new reader in. But what I saw didn't appeal enough to make me want to experience more.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Angela Holtz

    **I keep forgetting this part - I was given a free digital copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review** But to be fair, they didn't really give it to me, as it's expires in 60 days from the time I downloaded it. Anyway, I requested this one for my son. He loves the Binky adventures, or now the P.U.R.S.T. adventures. According to Ivan this was good, but not great. I think he is biased because he doesn't like dogs in general. I read through it, it's a quick read, great for early readers. And **I keep forgetting this part - I was given a free digital copy from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review** But to be fair, they didn't really give it to me, as it's expires in 60 days from the time I downloaded it. Anyway, I requested this one for my son. He loves the Binky adventures, or now the P.U.R.S.T. adventures. According to Ivan this was good, but not great. I think he is biased because he doesn't like dogs in general. I read through it, it's a quick read, great for early readers. And I thought parts were really funny. Like "Holy Fuzzbutt!" and "Holy hair balls, that's confusing." I laughed, but it wasn't my favorite thing. I'm afraid I'd have to go with a meh rating, too.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Emesskay

    I am a huge fan of Ashely Spires' Binky the Space Cat series, and so was excited to get this book in which agent Gordon (a dog) gets his own story. Like Binky, Gordon is an agent of P.U.R.S.T. (an organization of secret agent pets dedicated to protecting humans against aliens (aka insects)). Gordon is not as athletic as Binky, his strength is in gadgetry and logistics. Anyway, the house has been overrun by aliens emerging from within the walls, Gordon's only hope of saving the family is to go ba I am a huge fan of Ashely Spires' Binky the Space Cat series, and so was excited to get this book in which agent Gordon (a dog) gets his own story. Like Binky, Gordon is an agent of P.U.R.S.T. (an organization of secret agent pets dedicated to protecting humans against aliens (aka insects)). Gordon is not as athletic as Binky, his strength is in gadgetry and logistics. Anyway, the house has been overrun by aliens emerging from within the walls, Gordon's only hope of saving the family is to go back in time and make sure the event doesn't happen. I love how this book deals with time paradoxes that you usually find in Star Trek episodes. A great book for reluctant readers and fans of graphic novels.

  12. 5 out of 5

    J.D. DeHart

    Featuring a set of animal characters, Gordon: Bark to the Future! works in a humorous way. The art is crisp and the narrative moves briskly, panel to panel. I can see this book as being particularly engaging with younger audiences, but graphic novels and comic books have a wider appeal for a variety of readers. I can see this book as being an interest-grabbing choice book in a classroom, or a welcome addition to a personal graphic novel or children's book collection. The book is also part of a la Featuring a set of animal characters, Gordon: Bark to the Future! works in a humorous way. The art is crisp and the narrative moves briskly, panel to panel. I can see this book as being particularly engaging with younger audiences, but graphic novels and comic books have a wider appeal for a variety of readers. I can see this book as being an interest-grabbing choice book in a classroom, or a welcome addition to a personal graphic novel or children's book collection. The book is also part of a larger series and leads into more of a global story.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Niki

    Note: I received an eARC via NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my review. Gordon: Bark to the Future is a cute graphic novel intended for a younger audience. It is part of the Binky, Space Cat series, but readable as a stand alone too. Gordon is on his own to save the present from an alien invasion. His time-travel goes awry, but as long as he can focus on the task at hand and not be too distracted by playing ball, it might work out! Humorous and light; will definitely purchase for the Note: I received an eARC via NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my review. Gordon: Bark to the Future is a cute graphic novel intended for a younger audience. It is part of the Binky, Space Cat series, but readable as a stand alone too. Gordon is on his own to save the present from an alien invasion. His time-travel goes awry, but as long as he can focus on the task at hand and not be too distracted by playing ball, it might work out! Humorous and light; will definitely purchase for the school library on publication.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Bange

    The second in the P.U.R.S.T. Adventure series of beginning graphic novel readers, this one does not disappoint. Gordon the dog figures out the aliens (insects) have invaded and taken over the world as he knows it. He travels back in time to change the present, but learns he must return back to the past because of one action that changed it. Laugh out loud humor abounds in this tale of a dog that has problems keeping focused finds himself responsible for saving his world. Spires' artwork and limite The second in the P.U.R.S.T. Adventure series of beginning graphic novel readers, this one does not disappoint. Gordon the dog figures out the aliens (insects) have invaded and taken over the world as he knows it. He travels back in time to change the present, but learns he must return back to the past because of one action that changed it. Laugh out loud humor abounds in this tale of a dog that has problems keeping focused finds himself responsible for saving his world. Spires' artwork and limited text moves the story forward well. Fun, fun, fun for beginning readers! Gr. 1-3

  15. 5 out of 5

    Nicola Mansfield

    Finally! Another Binky book by Ashley Spires. Though this time Gordon is the star in this second book in the second series. it's really cute and I just adore Spires' illustrations of cats and dogs. This time she plays on the eccentricities of dogs' low attention span which is too cute. The story is quite involved with Gordon travelling into the past to fix the future then finding out he changed things and having to travel back again. A funny kids' graphic novel that any age cat or dog lovers wil Finally! Another Binky book by Ashley Spires. Though this time Gordon is the star in this second book in the second series. it's really cute and I just adore Spires' illustrations of cats and dogs. This time she plays on the eccentricities of dogs' low attention span which is too cute. The story is quite involved with Gordon travelling into the past to fix the future then finding out he changed things and having to travel back again. A funny kids' graphic novel that any age cat or dog lovers will enjoy.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Janie

    Looking for books that will engage elementary readers who are still not moving through text-heavy books. This new spin-off title introduced me to the earlier Spires' P.U.R.S.T. Adventure series with Binky the Cat and now Gordon the dog. Space and time travel, save-the-world challenges, and intelligent, humorous stories may work magic for my smart second-graders who still want action and not-too-many words. Looking for books that will engage elementary readers who are still not moving through text-heavy books. This new spin-off title introduced me to the earlier Spires' P.U.R.S.T. Adventure series with Binky the Cat and now Gordon the dog. Space and time travel, save-the-world challenges, and intelligent, humorous stories may work magic for my smart second-graders who still want action and not-too-many words.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Barbra

    For young readers who like Binky the Space Cat, here comes Gordon. As an agent of Pets of the Universe, he springs into action when the humans and fellow agents are captured. The only thing that he thinks will work is time travel, but he goes back too far and the Felines of the Universe don't even know who he is. This graphic novel would be a challenging read for a younger audience and an easy read for older children, an enjoyable fun read for all. For young readers who like Binky the Space Cat, here comes Gordon. As an agent of Pets of the Universe, he springs into action when the humans and fellow agents are captured. The only thing that he thinks will work is time travel, but he goes back too far and the Felines of the Universe don't even know who he is. This graphic novel would be a challenging read for a younger audience and an easy read for older children, an enjoyable fun read for all.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Cassandra

    I am already a huge fan of Ashley Spires Binky series, and this book revolved around Gordon The Dog did not disappoint. I loved the added background knowledge that this book gives on P.U.R.S.T. and would love to read more books based on Gordons life as a Space Pet. A perfect story for middle grade children, and a perfect introductory to graphic novels and comics. An absolute winner in my books! I received this from #NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie Tournas

    Imagine a universe where cats and dogs work together ... for space travel! That is the idea behind this delightful early grade graphic novel series. In this title, Gordon, a dog, combats an alien invasion, and has some mishaps involved with his space travel. I like the quiet, subtle humor and how cat/dog "stereotypes" are used for maximum enjoyment. The color palette of muted grays, browns and greens seem to show the reader that this is legitimate pet business. Imagine a universe where cats and dogs work together ... for space travel! That is the idea behind this delightful early grade graphic novel series. In this title, Gordon, a dog, combats an alien invasion, and has some mishaps involved with his space travel. I like the quiet, subtle humor and how cat/dog "stereotypes" are used for maximum enjoyment. The color palette of muted grays, browns and greens seem to show the reader that this is legitimate pet business.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Diane

    “He is a lone space pet ... in the middle of an alien invasion.” It is up to Gordon to save Binky from the alien invasion, but he’s not much of a physical fighter. He uses his brains ... when he doesn’t get distracted. So, Gordon travels back in time to stop the alien invasion from happening. But what happens when he changes the past? Will the future be affected? Of course it will. “Holy hair balls, that’s confusing.” A fun addition to the series that my students love.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

    This series is just so much fun. This time Gordon the dog is in charge of making sure the liens do not attack. The aliens look a lot like fleas. But to prevent the attack he will have to use the time machine and make sure not to screw up the future. These early reader graphic novels are a hoot for any age.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Sanders

    This elementary Sci Fi graphic novel has pets as the main characters. Gordon uses a time machine to prevent an alien invasion. He goes to the wrong time and runs out of fuel, but he is ingenious enough to solve all his problems with some help from his feline friends. "Gordon: Bark to the Future" was a lot of fun. Readers that enjoy silliness more than serious science will love it. This elementary Sci Fi graphic novel has pets as the main characters. Gordon uses a time machine to prevent an alien invasion. He goes to the wrong time and runs out of fuel, but he is ingenious enough to solve all his problems with some help from his feline friends. "Gordon: Bark to the Future" was a lot of fun. Readers that enjoy silliness more than serious science will love it.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Beary Into Books

    Rating: 5 The story "Gordon: Bark to the Future!" written by Ashley Spires was such a cute book. Having been a fan of her other stories I am happy that this one did not disappoint. It had the same cute charm with the perfect mixture of funny uniqueness. I loved the illustrations and the way the story was written it was easy to follow which is great for kids. This book is perfect for both dog and cat lovers! I am definitely going to add this one to our library. Should you read "Gordon: Bark to th Rating: 5 The story "Gordon: Bark to the Future!" written by Ashley Spires was such a cute book. Having been a fan of her other stories I am happy that this one did not disappoint. It had the same cute charm with the perfect mixture of funny uniqueness. I loved the illustrations and the way the story was written it was easy to follow which is great for kids. This book is perfect for both dog and cat lovers! I am definitely going to add this one to our library. Should you read "Gordon: Bark to the Future!"? Yes! This book is perfect for any age. Reading this as an adult I was able to pick up on details about Gordon that children might not. Also, by having a dog it was easy to picture my dog as Gordon.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jaymie

    This was so fun! Gordon was a great main character. I enjoyed the time travel part of the book and the tension (mild) this added to the story. Love this whole graphic novel series! I received an electronic review copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review

  25. 5 out of 5

    Pam

    Graphic Novel Gordon has to go back in time to stop the alien/insect invasion that takes the rest of P.U.R.S.T. away. He perseveres through trials and succeeds at the last second. Middle graders will enjoy the humor.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lynn

    Oh NO! Aliens have captured Binky and driven off the humans! It's up to Gordon and P.U.R.S.T. to jump into his time machine and re-set time to prevent this dastardly event! Silliness abounds in this fun graphic novel. Oh NO! Aliens have captured Binky and driven off the humans! It's up to Gordon and P.U.R.S.T. to jump into his time machine and re-set time to prevent this dastardly event! Silliness abounds in this fun graphic novel.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Gordon faces down the space time paradox when he travels back in time to change the unexpected alien invasion. But what will happen when he discovers he changed the wrong thing in the past? Can he fix things before it is too late?

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Burstrem

    A time travel story, which I'd probably have liked better if I hadn't been asked to read it aloud. This is more of a graphic novel, better for children who can read and understand enough independently to enjoy on their own. Our 7-year-old is too young for that. A time travel story, which I'd probably have liked better if I hadn't been asked to read it aloud. This is more of a graphic novel, better for children who can read and understand enough independently to enjoy on their own. Our 7-year-old is too young for that.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Betsy Ellor Words Unbound

    This would be great for an early reader. The story is funny, fun and moves right along. It utilizes a lot of illustration only panels so readers get a sense of accomplishment without the reading being too dense. A great find for readers who are growing their skills.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Becky

    Cute, dog-cat humor that is good beginning graphic novel.

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