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Darren Strider: Bumblebee Rider (Tales from Edgewood, The World's Weirdest Town) (Volume 1) Paperback – January 26, 2018
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The Parkers live in Beaverton, Oregon, and are the owners of Believe In Wonder Publishing. Their lives and their work are devoted to sharing imagination and creativity with young minds and inspiring a new generation of dreamers.
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The book was full of imagination and inspiration. The part that was inspirational is when the grandpa told a story that inspired the little boy to go outside and not be scared of a little bumble bee. That changed the way the boy thought about going outside and bugs and dogs and other kids. When kids read this they will definitely be inspired.
We especially liked the parts that were imaginative. Especially when the grandpa told the little boy the story how he rode the bumble bee! The book taught kids to share when the grandpa shared a lesson about sharing from his adventures as a little boy with a gigantic bumble bee.
And all together the book was fun for kids especially like me and my cousin. It was full of joy and it showed kids not to be afraid to do new things. I would give this book a 5 star rating because I know a lot of other kids at the beginning level of reading and high level readers that would enjoy it.
By Margaret 10 year old and Elliott 9 year old