Bash and the Pirate Pig: Book Review/Giveaway

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

About Bash and the Pirate Pig 
Bash and the Pirate Pig, by Burton Cole, is the story of a cranky city kid named Raymond "Beamer" Boxby who must spend summer vacation at his younger cousin, Bash's, farm. 

Beamer prefers air conditioning and video games. He can't see what good can come of this so-called country fun that includes riding cows, river rafting with a pig, or playing with skunks. 

But hang tight, Beamer, because Bash's zany adventures with his "Fishin' and Farmin' book" (The Bible) just might lead to the coolest discovery of all. 

Bash and the Pirate Pig 
Written by: Burton Cole 
Illustrated by: Tom Bancroft
Publisher: B&H Kids
Hardcover: 224 pages 

About the Author
Burton Cole is a Pulitzer Prize nominated journalist with thirty years of experience and more than fifty humor writing awards to his credit. He grew up on a farm in northeast Ohio and attended a small-town church with a slew of cousins and buddies. That same boyhood inspires his colorful stories today. 

About the Illustrator 
Tom Bancroft has more than twenty years of experience in the animation and illustration industry and worked with Disney on films including Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, and Aladdin. Other clients have included DC Comics and Big Idea Productions. 

My little was so excited to start reading her new book 'Bash and the Pirate Pig'. Within a week, she had the whole book read which offers 208 pages. She loves chapter books and this one was the perfect chapter book for her. I love the hardback cover, which allows the book to stay intact much longer and look newer for longer. I personally am just a huge fan of hardback covers. 

She loved the storyline; I think it offers a storyline that connects with a lot of kid’s nowadays. I love that throughout the storyline it shares how Beamer would much rather play with video games instead of playing outside. This is an issue that I tend to have with my kids. I personally think it has helped with letting my little girl know why it is so important to play outside and to use her imagination. It has also taught her that video games are not the only important thing.  

I love what my daughter has brought from reading this book. I feel that is has instilled some nice thoughts about playing outside vs. video games. 

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Where to purchase: You are able to make a purchase from the B&H website.  

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