Bobs and Tweets Trick Or Tweet by Pepper Springfrield #GIVEAWAY
Bobs and Tweets Trick or Tweet
By Pepper Springfield
Illustrated By Kristy Caldwell
On Bonefish Street live two very different families; the Bobs, who are messy, and the Tweets, who are neat. How can these two strange families get along in the same neighborhood? And are all the Tweets really neat and all the Bobs slobs?
It's Dr. Seuss meets Captain Underpants wrapped into one zany adventure. Get ready to read . . . and laugh!
About Bobs and Tweets Trick Or Tweet:
Lou Tweet and Dean Bob can't wait to go trick-or-treating on Bonefish
Street on Halloween. This year, they're entering the Best Halloween
Block contest, which means they need to visit every house and mark down
each delicious treat that they receive.
But with spooky houses, a
power outtage, and another big Tweets and Bobs family feud, will Lou
and Dean be able to accomplish their task and win the contest? Find out
in another spooky installment of Bobs and Tweets, this time with
funhouses, new friends, and lots and lots of candy!
book in the Bobs and Tweets series is filled with full-color
illustrations and high-interest rhymes that's just right for reluctant
readers. It's Dr. Seuss meets Captain Underpants wrapped into one zany
Halloween adventure! So go ahead, read and laugh and trick-or-treat with
the Bobs and Tweets!
Pepper Springfield is a children's book author and creator. She lives in Montclair, New Jersey, with her family.
Kristy Caldwell received an MFA in Illustration from the School of Visual Arts. She is a full-time illustrator and lives in New York, New York.
This wonderfully illustrated book is about two very different families who live on the same street. I agree with the description above it is definitely Captain Underpants meets Dr. Seuss. Children will love the illustrations and the rhyming.
This is the perfect first chapter books for reluctant readers. The chapters and story go fast and are easy to read and understand.
In this Halloween Bobs and Tweets book the kids are getting ready for Halloween and are excited to go Trick Or Treating. They have their bags, their costumes and are psyched about a block contest where they have to write down a map of their street and the treats handed out there. The winner gets free costumes for next year plus $500 for a good cause helping folks in need in their neighborhood. When a black out changes the mission can the zombies and green beans make it work?
What I love about this book is how these two different families always come together in the end. They do what it takes to make it work even if they are so very different. There are great lessons about working together and accepting each others differences. Two heads are better than one but in this case it is 12 heads.