Wednesday, 25 November 2015

The Bad Guys Episode 2 Mission Unpluckable by Aaron Blabey

"Go be a hero"

What a great line.

Sadly for The Bad Guys (Mr Wolf, Snake, Piranha and Shark) their idea to show the world that they are, in fact, good guys hasn't quite gone to plan. News reports of their first event have completely misrepresented what actually happened.

They decide they need to do something more dramatic to show the world that they really are good guys - they decide to release all the caged chickens from the local chicken farm back into the wild. What could possibly go wrong?

The first problem for Mr Shark is the new bad guy turned good guy - I.T. genius Legs, the tarantula. As it turns out Mr Shark is terrified of spiders!

Mr Snake is also struggling to overcome his chicken eating tendencies and Piranha keeps being mistaken for tuna! But what will happen to our loveable bad guys when they finally meet up with a REALLY bad guy?

Full of Blabey's trademark humour, intelligence and quirkiness, Episode 2 is fun from start to finish.

1 comment:

  1. Having never had children so therefore no grandchildren I don't get much exposure to children's books. However I did work with young children for 35 years and read lots of books then. But now have not been exposed to them for 16 years. I find I miss the children's books so decided to buy the reference book 1001 books you should read, what ever is the rest of the title. You have inspired me to start blogging a bit about them. I find I do enjoy the books of very young to youngsters. So I will no longer feel embarrassed when I check these kinds of books out of the library. I do enjoy your posts. Travellin' Penguin

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