Captain Underpants and the Terrifying Return of Tippy Tinkletrousers

Captain Underpants and the Terrifying Return of Tippy Tinkletrousers

Author: Dav Pilkey

Narrator: Len Forgione, Winston Bromhead, I’ke Mitchell

Duration: 2 hours 39 minutes


Listen Audiobook about George and Harold suddenly found themselves in jail, even though they hadn’t done anything wrong. But their time in jail didn’t last long. A time-traveler named Tippy Tinkletrousers, with some bad plans in mind, took them out. Instead of freeing them, he sent them back in time to when they were in kindergarten.

Back in their younger days, George and Harold didn’t have to worry about space aliens or evil scientists. But they did have to worry about bullies, especially one big bully named Kipper Krupp. Making things even trickier, Kipper was the nephew of their school principal, who never really knew what was going on.

As they spent more time in the past, George and Harold remembered something important. They hadn’t come up with their superhero, Captain Underpants, until they were a bit older. This meant they didn’t have Captain Underpants to help them deal with the bully, Kipper. Now, the young boys had to rely on their own smart ideas and quick thinking.

Without Captain Underpants, George and Harold had to get creative. They knew they couldn’t just use strength against Kipper because he was older and bigger. They had to use their brains. They came up with clever tricks and plans to deal with Kipper’s bullying. This story shows that even if you don’t have superpowers, you can still be strong by using your intelligence and courage.

Could George and Harold outwit Kipper without the help of Captain Underpants and his special wedgie moves? It wasn’t going to be easy, but the boys were determined. This adventure reminds us that we all have the power to stand up against bullies, even if we have to think outside the box. With a mix of humor, bravery, and some clever tricks, George and Harold’s story is one of true heroism. It tells us that with the right mindset, we can tackle big challenges, even if we’re just kids. It’s all about believing in ourselves and not being afraid to take smart risks.