Mr Baboomski and the Wonder Goat

Mr Baboomski and the Wonder Goat Tom s life takes a turn for the worse when his Dad ups sticks and moves them to Trefuggle Bay But things get interesting when he meets two unusual new friends Parked in an old caravan at the end of a

  • Title: Mr Baboomski and the Wonder Goat
  • Author: Richard Joyce Freya Hartas
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 443
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Tom s life takes a turn for the worse when his Dad ups sticks and moves them to Trefuggle Bay But things get interesting when he meets two unusual new friends Parked in an old caravan at the end of a cliff, live two legends of the Escorvian circus The amazing Berto Baboomski and his performing goat Zoltan Berto may be a crazy looking nutcake with a bonkers moustache, bTom s life takes a turn for the worse when his Dad ups sticks and moves them to Trefuggle Bay But things get interesting when he meets two unusual new friends Parked in an old caravan at the end of a cliff, live two legends of the Escorvian circus The amazing Berto Baboomski and his performing goat Zoltan Berto may be a crazy looking nutcake with a bonkers moustache, but he s full of circus wisdom which he passes onto Tom, along with a few tricks Soon Tom s new found circus skills are put to the test as he, Berto, and Zoltan put on a show stopping performance in order to save the town from some truly fishy goings on As Berto would say This skaboonky story will have you cheerzing like a nutcracker

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    One thought on “Mr Baboomski and the Wonder Goat”

    1. Schoolboy Tom Watkins is forced to move to “somewhere in the depths of Cornwall,” Trefuggle Bay to be precise, famed for the scubbly (a type of fish) found in its bay.So Tom doesn't like his new school, St. Scubbly's, and he has no friends until he finds a goat, which he then promptly kills – “it was lying at my feet, eyes staring, tongue lolling out, legs sticking up like flag poles" – accidental of course. This is when he meets the goat’s owner Mr. Baboomski, “a crazy looking nut [...]

    2. A young boy moves to a new town and ends up making friend with a strange man and his goat.The basic story was good and some of saying / anecdotes / proverbs were thought provoking, but overall I found this book a bit slow / un-engaging.

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