Bogbrush the Barbarian
by Howard Whitehouse
Kids Can Press
Publication Date: September, 2010
List Price: $17.95
Review: Barbarians! Monsters! And bad table manners! Bogbrush the Barbarian, written by Howard Whitehouse, is tale of adventure, excitement, and evil monsters. When the tale begins, a family of yokels brings their newborn child to the naming ceremony. There, the child is declared the name Bogbrush. Let the tale begin!
To begin, Bogbrush wants to be a mighty barbarian hero. But to do that, he has to venture to the Temple of the Great Belch. On his journey, he meets new friends who help him along the way. Also, of course, he meets new enemies on his journey. Will our hero get to the temple?
I love this book! Everything about this book is awesome! The characters are great, the plot is unbelievable (in a good way), and the whole story is filled with suspense! Bogbrush the Barbarian is an adventure comedy recommended for children 6 and up. Bogbrush the Barbarian is, so far, not in a series. But I’d love to see some more stories. I truly give Bogbrush the Barbarian 5 out of 5 stars because it’s funny, and it, like Bogbrush does to monsters, slays boredom!
Review written by Jake (6th grade student).
We would like to thank Raab Associates for providing a copy of Bogbrush the Barbarian for this review.
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