Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Book Review - Raccoon Rampage
From the award-winning author of the Spy Dog series comes a wildly funny tale in HarperCollins' Awesome Animals series - the funniest fiction, starring the wildest of wildlife from leading authors. The Hole-in-the-Tree gang, led by Quickpaw Cassidy and The Sunshine Cub, is the most daring group of raccoons in town. But when these cheeky chancers carry out the biggest, boldest heist of their lives, they push the neighborhood too far. The heat is on and the gang goes on the run in a wild adventure that ultimately teaches them that there's no place like home.
About the Author
Andrew Cope is the award-winning author of the much-loved Spy Dog series, selling almost 300,000 copies of his books in the UK alone. He has won numerous book awards including the Redhouse Children's Book of the Year Award in 2006 and Richard and Judy's Book Club (7+) in 2007. He is a teacher, writer, and a huge fan of Derby County football club. He currently lives with his wife and two children in the middle of nowhere.
My Take on the Book
Another great animal adventure story! I love these raccoons and so did my daughters. The story is funny and engaging and provides the reader with a funny, fast read that place these animals in some crazy situations and which lead to adventures that you will never forget. The book and the characters are timeless and ones that you will not soon forget. All-in-all, this was a fun story that my girls loved and I am sure that your kids will enjoy them too!
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