Captain Underpants and The Perilous Plot of Professor Poopypants

Captain Underpants And The Perilous Plot Of Professor Poopypants

Captain Underpants is a children's novel series by American author and illustrator, Dav Pilkey. The series revolves around two fourth graders, George Beard and Harold Hutchins, and Captain Underpants, an aptly named superhero from one of George & Harold's comic books, that accidentally becomes real when George and Harold hypnotizes their grouchy mean principal, Mr. Krupp. The book series includes 10 books and 3 spin-offs, and won a Disney Adventures Kids' Choice Award in 2007.

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