New Read Looking for BobowiczBy Daniel Pinkwater For Kindle ePUB or eBook – grisedalelodge.co.uk

Looking for Bobowicz LOOKING FOR BOBOWICZDaniel PinkwaterNick Itch isn t thrilled about having to move from the suburbs to hot, muggy Hoboken.But when he meets Bruno Ugg and Loretta Fischetti, the three become fast friends, bonding over Classics Comics, pirate radio, and a plan to find the legendary Arthur Bobowicz and his 266 pound chicken, Henrietta.Ages 8 Free Download Kindle ePUB Looking for Bobowicz author Daniel Pinkwater – grisedalelodge.co.uk

New Read Looking for BobowiczBy Daniel Pinkwater For Kindle ePUB or eBook – grisedalelodge.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 200 pages
  • Looking for Bobowicz
  • Daniel Pinkwater
  • English
  • 14 July 2018
  • 0060535563

    10 thoughts on “New Read Looking for BobowiczBy Daniel Pinkwater For Kindle ePUB or eBook – grisedalelodge.co.uk

  1. This is another one of the books that I have listened to on cd where I think the parents liked itthan the kids This book was laugh out loud funny My oldest 9 also laughed through it but the younger kids didn t catch all of the humor A good choice for a funny family read.

  2. Nick has a happy life in Happy Valley, NJ He likes his school, his modern house with a front and back yard, and suburban life in general His parents, however, felt that the suburbs were a poor environment for a young boy to grow up in so they move to Hoboken Unsure of the logic of the move, Nick whose real name is Ivan Itch has the opportunity to experience the urban lifestyle , and he does from the first day his bike is stolen Although it is a used little girl s bike with pink hearts al Nick has a happy life in Happy Valley, NJ He likes his school, his modern house with a front and back yard, and suburban life in general His parents, however, felt that the suburbs were a poor environment for a young boy to grow up in so they move to Hoboken Unsure of the logic of the move, Nick whose real name is Ivan Itch has the opportunity to experience the urban lifestyle , and he does from the first day his bike is stolen Although it is a used little girl s bike with pink hearts all over it, he wants it back It s the principle of the thing, he tells Officer Spooney In the meantime, he becomes friends wit...

  3. Eccentric, Smart, Deadpan, Good HumorThe characters are eccentric, the plot is slapdash and zany, and the dialogue is drop dead funny No one does clever, understated, deadpan kid humor better than Pinkwater and this book expands the Hoboken Chicken canon with another fine episode.But here s the important thing Pinkwater books are a unique mix of big hearted, generous and forgiving good humor and smart, puckish, clever, sly wordplay and jokiness I m not quite sure how you can create restraine Eccentric, Smart, Deadpan, Good HumorThe characters are eccentric, the plot is slapdash and zany, and the dialogue is drop dead funny No one does clever, understated, deadpan kid humor better than Pinkwater and this book expands the Hoboken Chicken canon with another fine episode.But here s the important thing Pinkwater books are a unique mix of big hearted, generous and forgiving good humor and smart, puckish, clever, sly wordplay and jokiness I m not quite sure how you can create restrained zaniness or straightfaced madcap lunacy, but Pinkwater consistently hits that sweet spot.Whenever I read a good younger reader Pinkwater book, an...

  4. At his best, Daniel Pinkwater is delightful In fact, even just running at 75% power, Daniel Pinkwater is intermittently delightful In Looking for Bobwicz, he s at about 80% of his best, and that s good enough to get me through the book with some genuine laughs even on second reading a few years after the first.This sequel takes The Hoboken Chicken Emergency in long flashback You ll be fine if you haven t read the related previous story.This book includes the Hoboken Bat Hat Festival episode At his best, Daniel Pinkwater is delightful In fact, even just running at 75% power, Daniel Pinkwater is intermittently delightful In Looking for Bobwicz, he s at about 80% of his best, and that s good enough to ge...

  5. Easily one of the most unusual reads that I can remember and I loved every minute of it You wouldn t think a book involving an enormous chicken, the city of Hoboken, New Jersey, and a group of kids that like to spend tim...

  6. If you loved The Hoboken Chicken Emergency as much as I did, you will be delighted to read this eccentric companion novel My favorite thing was that there was a character named Sean Vergessen, because that s the punchline of a Yiddish joke ...

  7. I am so happy that Daniel Pinkwater is still out there, churning out these oddball wonders This book contains a lot of references to classic chicken themed songs of yore C H I C K E N, Ain t Nobody Here But Us Chickens, A Chicken Ain t Nothin But A Bird, etc and probably the best d...

  8. Daniel Pinkwater reading the book makes it allfun It s been days since I ve turned the CD in and I m still smiling I love the confrontation at the end with the kids, Nick s parents and Vic It s hilarious I also loved the old songs I m looking forward to listening...

  9. The kids in my second grade literature circle absolutely loved this book They had fun trying to solve the mystery and reading all the words that the characters used Most importantly, they had fun reading it and they understood everything.

  10. Cute sequel to the Hoboken Chicken Emergency about a boy that hears of the urban legend of the giant chicken and decides to investigate it.The usual mix of humor, odd food and fun characters.Love the little world that Pinkwater has created.