The second book in the series, this time Bash and his cousin Beamer Boxby, a city-kid at heart, have to help a newcomer named Lauren figure out why God lets horrible things happen to good people. Will the kids discover their answers in Bash's "Farmin' and Fishin' Book" (The Bible)? Recommended for ages 8-12.
Mysterious footprints in the snow. Vanishing mittens, misplaced eggs. A pink, purple, and orange paisley sleeping bag on the move. Somethings definitely amiss in the chicken coop, and wackiness runs amok on Bash Hinglebobbs blizzard-blasted farm. While Bash is inventing such contraptions as a snowball catapult from inner tubes and underwear, his cousin Beamer Boxby, a city kid at heart, must help newcomer Lauren Rodriguez figure out why God lets horrible things happen to good people.
Can Bashs Farmin and Fishin Book (the Bible) be believed when it says, "We know that all things work together for the good of those who love God"? What about when fire rolls through an animal building. Or when a kids lost her dad? Its time to find outwith a little help from an ice-skating pig.
Burton W. Cole is a Pulitzer Prize nominated journalist with thirty years of experience and more than fifty humor writing awards to his credit. He grew up on a farm in northeast Ohio and attended a small town church with a slew of cousins and buddies. That same boyhood inspires his colorful stories today.
Tom Bancroft has more than twenty years of experience in the animation and illustration industry and worked with Disney on films including Beauty and the Beast, The Lion King, and Aladdin. Other clients have included DC Comics and Big Idea Productions. He lives with his family in Nashville, Tennessee.