His extraordinary adventures with other animals-including Leo the lion and Freddy the pig-involve a stirring battle, a weird mystery successfully solved by careful deduction, and some very comical misunderstandings between the bear and an elephant, and between a lion and a mouse. Fans and initiates, alike, will rejoice!Illustrated by Kurt Wiese....
|Title||:||The Story of Freginald|
|Number of Pages||:||220 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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The Story of Freginald Reviews
This was the first book in the series so far where I felt a wee bit let-down.I liked Freginald well enough, but he took some of the focus away from the "primary" characters.Still, a solid 3.5 read for me (rounded up to 4 for nostalgia's sake.
This is a fun read aloud with new readers. It's filled with funny stories, silly words and stuff to get imaginations and love of books fired up. My 7 year old has been caught sneaking to read ahead with this book it was so fun!
I like it because It is about a bear and a pig. The bear is in a circus. The owner of the circus is getting broke because someone named Hackenmeyer is following the circus with his own performing animals and spoiling his show.
This is a great story of a circus run by a friend of Freddy's - Mr. Boomschmidt. A favorite line is from the marching song which has a refrain of "Boomschmidt, Boomschmidt, Boom, Boom, Boom!"
i liked it
i liked it
Read with Blake; some very funny bits!