Bagels the Brave!

Joan Bet­ty Stuch­n­er; Dave Wha­mond, illus.
  • Review
By – January 22, 2016

Bagels is at it again! This time the Bern­steins are going camp­ing and decide to take Bagels with them. They’ve rent­ed a cab­in near Sasquatch Lake. Bagels is as crazy as ever, but there’s some­thing going on that just might prove even more insane. First, there’s an unpre­dict­ed rain­storm and a very leaky cab­in. Then there are the strange nois­es out­side and even stranger ones call­ing from Mom’s miss­ing cell phone, which Josh acci­den­tal­ly dropped in the mid­dle of the for­est. Who keeps call­ing and grunt­ing? Is it a home­less man…or could it real­ly be Sasquatch? 

Bagels the Brave is just as fast-paced and fun­ny as the first book in this delight­ful series. There are more great illus­tra­tions by Dave Wha­mond in this delight­ful sequel. Anoth­er win­ning sto­ry begin­ning read­ers will thor­oughly enjoy. 

Rec­om­mend­ed for ages 6 – 8.

Mar­cia Ber­neger is a retired teacher who lives with her hus­band and three crazy dogs. She taught both first and sec­ond grade, as well as spe­cial edu­ca­tion. She cur­rent­ly teach­es Torah school, in addi­tion to her vol­un­teer work in class­rooms, libraries, and with var­i­ous fundrais­ers. She lives in San Diego.

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