Suitable for readers aged 5 and up.An uproarious tale of mischief and mayhem between neighbors.
"When Mr. Bagoo oversleeps one morning, the hungry birds in his aviary start squawking – and it isn't long before his troublesome neighbors start to notice. With delightful illustrations, this uproarious tale is sure to elicit giggles!" –Bookbub
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Backyard Hullabaloo is a fun and spunky picture book by Junia Wonders and Divin Meir!
What I liked about this book was that there was a little more reading content in it. The picture books I have been picking up lately had barely a sentence per page, but this book had multiple sentences and even paragraphs per page! Having a little more content made this book a little more fun and inventive when I was reading it.
We follow Mr. Bagoo, who o ...more
This book should be read with changing voice and lots of action. Both parents and children will have so much fun with this one.
I am already a fan of Junia Wonders. She really does wonders with her books. This book is equally colorful and beautifully Illustrated. But this one has got more action than Boy and the Very Lost Pony.
Mr. Barks and Mr. Bagoo are neighbors. Mr. Bagoo is a happy go lucky guy whereas Mr. Barks is an ex-m ...more
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Reviewed by: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More
In children’s picture books, if you have a grumpy, hateful character, I always look forward to the lesson that redeem this ornery character. However, while Mr. Bark realized that Mr. Bagoo made a profit on his plan to harm his neighbor, he didn’t stop to think that I am only hurting myself. Mr. Bark never reconciles with his neighbor; Mr. Bagoo always is apologetic for what he cannot control, but Mr. Bark is too hateful to make peace with his neighbor. He is too demanding to rea ...more
When I'm not doing either of these, you might catch me whispering to dragonflies, chasing rolling pumpkins, traveling the world with a giant wheel of cheese, or simply having a cup of tea and cake with a caterpillar, a clever little rat, a camel, a lonely pony, a couple of riotous retired neighbor ...more