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ISBN: 0312977573
Author: Danny Gresh,Lois H. Gresh
Language: English
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks (August 15, 2000)
Category: Activities Crafts & Games
Subcategory: Kids
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 723
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Read unlimited books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. We like to read adventure books, so it’s natural that we’d write something like Dragon Ball Z. Speaking of which, this Dragon Ball Z book is probably one of the best books you’ll ever read, but there are lots of other good books out there, too. So if you’re reading this book, go read another one when you’re done!

Lois H. Gresh, Danny Gresh

Lois H. Gresh, Danny Gresh. Dragonball z. Find out all there is to know about the hotter-than-hot phenomenon called DragonBall Z. Written by a mother and ten-year-old son team, you'll get all the fabulous DBZ facts from a kid's perspective! So DBZ fans unite-and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime as you read about

Dragonball Z: An Unauthorized Guide.

Dragonball Z: An Unauthorized Guide. activities to do together. There is a charm knowing that Lois cares strongly to be involved in her son's life through his interest - even if it was a financial attempt for this book.

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Manufacturer: St. Martin's Paperbacks Release date: 15 August 2000 ISBN-10 : 0312977573 ISBN-13: 9780312977573. add. Separate tags with commas, spaces are allowed. Use tags to describe a product . for a movie Themes heist, drugs, kidnapping, coming of age Genre drama, parody, sci-fi, comedy Locations paris, submarine, new york.

Lois Harriet Gresh is a New York Times Best-Sellingauthor of ten science fiction novels and story collections and seventeen popular science and pop culture books, some in collaboration with Robert Weinberg. Gresh has also written approximately sixty short stories. Her work spans genres such as mysteries, thriller, suspense, dark fantasy, horror, and science fiction.

Truly, Dragonball Z: An Unauthorized Guide should never be read, by anybody . DBZ Book Information: By Lois and Danny Gresh.

Truly, Dragonball Z: An Unauthorized Guide should never be read, by anybody, including DBZ fans. But if you can base your whole approval of a book on the fact that it was merely written, I’d say you either need to go a bit deeper or prepare yourself to read every book in existence, because that’s the only way I could ever recommend Dragonball Z: An Unauthorized Guide. Published by St. Martin’s Paperbacks. Gresh is the New York Times bestselling author of many books, including The Twilight Companion, The Hunger Games Companion, and other fans' guides, as well as science fiction novels and stories. She lives in upstate New York. Paperback: 176 pages.

IT DOESN'T GET ANY HOTTER THAN...DRAGONBALL ZFind out all there is to know about the hotter-than-hot phenomenon called DragonBall Z. Written by a mother and ten-year-old son team, you'll get all the fabulous DBZ facts from a kid's perspective! So DBZ fans unite-and get ready for the adventure of a lifetime as you read about:* All the TV and movie episodes, action figures, trading cards and toys* The characters-good and bad-what they do and where they come from* Awesome anecdotes, entertaining facts, cool quizzes, and side-splitting jokes* Interviews with kids just like you about DragonBall Z: their favorite episodes and characters, fun ways to play with DBZ toys, and much moreYou know you're a DragonBall Z fanatic if......you think your teacher is a Saiyan...you name your dog "Bubbles" and make him bounce aroundyour backyard "planet" at rocketship speed...you insist that your power level is 1200 (on bad days)...you wear red pajamas and a sash to school...you use magic marker to put dots on your head so you can look like Krillin

Comments:

Cordalas
I've just recently come back from visiting Japan, and I must say that anime fandom is a bit different over there. However, I'm an American. Many of the hardcore fans sometimes forget that there are parents out there or kids who just want to get into the series. The hardcore fans have the net to find all they want about DBZ. For everyone else, there's this book. I strongly recommend it for parents who want to "get into the know" about anime and get their kids reading at the same time. As an old fan, I really enjoyed the book, as it was more refreshing than argueing with kids on-line about "what Goku's most powerful attack is" or "when did Gohan first turn super-saijin." This book is the source for the American DBZ fan.
Oso
I love the book by Danny and Lois Gresh. I can see these guys are just as fanatical as myself about Dragonball. I have read their book over 30 times and I am still laughing! All of my friends bought this book, too. I am 11, and I really like the part about the role playing games these guys make up. This is a very funny book, and I learned a lot from it.
Ungall
I just want to start by saying that this book was the best books that I have ever read. I loved every sentence and every word of it. I got it for my birthday, and I read it all the way through without putting it down even once. Except for when I had to go to sleep, or when I was in the shower. I have read this book all the way through now about five times, and a few times, I've read my favorite parts over and over again. This book it is very useful if you want more information on a certain subject about DragonBall, or if you want to know about episodes you haven't seen yet. I liked the chapter about action figures a lot, also the chapter about the role playing games. They were very fun to read. These authors are geniuses. I would like to write a DragonBall book, too.
Umi
I don't get why so many people are giving this thing five-star ratings---to be quite honest, it doesn't even deserve ONE. The "jokes" are lame, the repeated mentions of Piccolo swearing in Japanese are pointless, and everything related to "DBZ roleplaying" is irrelevant.

I can't stress this enough---DO NOT BUY THIS BOOK.

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