Thursday, June 12, 2014

Bash and the Chicken Coop Caper Book Review


 About the Book

Mysterious footprints in the snow. Vanishing mittens, misplaced eggs. A pink, purple, and orange paisley sleeping bag on the move. Something’s definitely amiss in the chicken coop, and wackiness runs amok on Bash Hinglebobb’s blizzard-blasted farm. While Bash is inventing such contraptions as a snowball catapult from inner tubes and underwear, his cousin Beamer Boxby, a city kid at heart, must help newcomer Lauren Rodriguez figure out why God lets horrible things happen to good people.

Can Bash’s Farmin’ and Fishin’ Book (the Bible) be believed when it says, “We know that all things work together for the good of those who love God”? What about when fire rolls through an animal building. Or when a kid’s lost her dad? It’s time to find out—with a little help from an ice-skating pig. (Goodreads)

My Review

I love this book! The first book was so fun to read but I think I liked this one more. The illustrations are very animated and make the story more humorous.  This book take you back to adventures with Bash and Beamer while something mysterious is going on with the chicken coop. I loved the hilarious details of the two flying through the air over the snow and the serious moments of helping other people. 
This book is a perfect example of helping others in need and believing in Biblical principles for anything in life. 

For children ages 8 to 12. 

Five stars!

"I received this book from the publisher for free in exchange for an honest review."

1 comment:

Burton W. Cole said...

Thanks, Michelle! I'm glad you liked this one even better than the first Bash book. Thank you for the review. -- Burt