Caramel reviews InvestiGATORS by John Patrick Green

Today Caramel talks about InvestiGATORS, written and illustrated by John Patrick Green. As usual Sprinkles is taking notes and asking questions.

Caramel reviews InvestiGATORS by John Patrick Green.
Caramel reviews InvestiGATORS by John Patrick Green.

Sprinkles: So Caramel, it seems that you found yourself a new graphic novel!

Caramel: Yep.

S: So tell me a bit about it.

C: It is about two alligators named Mango and Brash who investigate crimes. They are a part of S.U.I.T. which stands for Special Undercover Investigation Teams.

S: Wait, what kinds of crimes can two alligators investigate?

C: All types of crimes. For example, they solve a crime about a break-in at a science factory.

S: What is a science factory? Do you mean a science lab?

C: Yes, I think that is what it is practically, but it is called a science factory in the book.

S: So are the other creatures in the book also alligators?

C: No, there are some humans, and there is a were-copter. That is a human who turns into a news helicopter sometimes.

S: Okay, that is the wackiest thing I heard today.

C: Yes, the book is pretty wacky. I’m good with talking alligators, because, after all, we are talking bunnies. But there is a flying thing called a Sea Orb which is a flying eyeball. It is all pretty weird.

S: But is it good weird?

C: Yes. it is very good. It is very funny.

Caramel is reading InvestiGATORS by John Patrick Green.
Caramel is reading InvestiGATORS by John Patrick Green.

S: So then “funny” would be one of the three words you would use to describe this book. Right?

C: Yes. Well actually, I should have said “hilarious”. And my other words would be “colorful” and “exciting”.

S: So the crimes they solve are interesting and the book keeps you on your toes as you pursue the criminals with the two investigator alligators, right?

C: Yes, exactly. Maybe you should read it too, Sprinkles.

S: You know I am not very good with graphic novels, the writing is often too small for me.

C: Oh, but the writing in this one is actually a bit bigger. So maybe you could read this!

S: Hmm, that could work I suppose. And you really seem like you enjoyed it.

C: Yes, I think all little bunnies would like it.

S: Well, that is a strong endorsement! So did you know that there are a few other books the same author wrote (and illustrated) that involve these two investigator alligators?

C: At the end of the book they tell us. But I did not know before I started reading this. And I think this is the very first one in the series.

S: Does it end in a cliffhanger?

C: Kind of. There is a criminal they have not been able to catch yet, he is a cracker, a saltine to be precise.

S: Wait, I am confused. The cracker is a criminal?

C: He was not always a criminal, and he was not always an evil cracker. He was originally a crocodile and was actually working for S.U.I.T. before. Remember that is the agency that Mango and Brash are working for. But then he fell into a vat of radioactive cracker dough and became one with the dough. So he became a cracker that way.

S: Okay, that is pretty weird.

C: Yes, I know. But anyways, so that criminal is out on the loose and probably they will see him in the other books.

S: That truly sounds like an open thread left there for future books, you are right. So maybe you will indeed read some of the other books. We will see.

C: Yes. We will see. But we should also share with our readers the trailer we saw of the book!

S: Sounds good. Here we go:

InvestiGATORS trailer on YouTube.

C: That is hilarious! And I love it!

S: I agree. It is really funny in a sweet, goofy way! So this is a good time to wrap up this review then. What would you like to tell our readers?

C: Stay tuned for more book bunnies reviews!

Caramel enjoyed reading InvestiGATORS by John Patrick Green and recommends it to all other little bunnies.
Caramel enjoyed reading InvestiGATORS by John Patrick Green and recommends it to all other little bunnies.

2 thoughts on “Caramel reviews InvestiGATORS by John Patrick Green”

  1. Well, I guess you could say the author has a goofy imagination.. Gator detectives, a human helicopter and a flying eyeball, are not part of an every day experience and I can see how Caramel would find it hilarious.

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