“The Big Silly Baloney-Lover” by Peggy Krause

TheBigSillyBaloneyLoverTHE BIG SILLY BALONEY-LOVER

Peggy Krause
CreateSpace (2014)
ISBN 9781495479588
Reviewed by Paola Belloso (age 8) for Reader Views (03/16)

In “The Big Silly Baloney-Lover” by Peggy Krause, it is the first day of school for Clyde at his new school. He met a girl named Molly that had a dirty face, a shirt dirty with jelly, and her hair was messy. Clyde felt nervous because he kind of liked Molly. Soon they started talking about what he most loves, his pets, and found that Molly also loves her pet.

In “The Big Silly Baloney-Lover” by Peggy Krause, it is the first day of school for Clyde at his new school. He met a girl named Molly that had a dirty face, a shirt dirty with jelly, and her hair was messy. Clyde felt nervous because he kind of liked Molly. Soon they started talking about what he most loves, his pets, and found that Molly also loves her pet.

One day Clyde invites Molly to his house and there she met Clementine his fat cat, and Bunny his Pit-bull. In a very short time, Clyde and Molly became very good friends. One day Bunny snuck out the gate that was left open and was dog-knapped.

In this story, you will also meet Princess, Beau, Mopey, Shmoopy, Bopey, Finnegan, Little Petunia and many more, and will enjoy all the adventures that they share. Lean about how friendship, love, and kindness to one another will win over bullying.

I enjoyed “The Big Silly Baloney-Lover” by Peggy Krause very much. This tale has a great message, how we need to take care of our pets and help them when in danger. I love how once I started reading this book I had to finish it. This is a great book that will teach you how love and teamwork can win many battles.

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