Bowling Alley Bandit: The Adventures Of Arnie The Doughnut
  • Bowling Alley Bandit: The Adventures Of Arnie The Doughnut
  • Bowling Alley Bandit: The Adventures Of Arnie The Doughnut
  • Bowling Alley Bandit: The Adventures Of Arnie The Doughnut
ISBN: 1250072492
EAN13: 9781250072498
Language: English
Release Date: May 5, 2015
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 7.8" L x 5.4" W
Weight: 0.25 lbs.
Format: Paperback
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Book Overview

As Mr. Bing's new pet doughnut dog, Arnie couldn't be happier. When Mr. Bing joins a bowling league, Arnie gets to go along to practices and competitions. But then Mr. Bing starts rolling gutter balls. Someone or something is behind the madness. Arnie, together with his team of goofball friends, must sort through the shenanigans and solve the mystery. Get ready for some sleuthing and even some magic.

Full of Laurie Keller's winning charm and silly humor, this chapter book--the first in the series--is sure to please her many fans. This title has Common Core connections.

Bowling Alley Bandit is a Kirkus Reviews Best Book of 2013

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5
   A book that inspires my non-reader to READ
My reluctant reader, who loves MATH not language arts and is also an 8-year-old little boy on the autism spectrum, absolutely loved this book. He ran it in a single day and devoured it to ask for the other two books in the series. I ordered them quickly.
 
4
   Awesome book but interior pictures are all black and white
Book-the right amount of silly, highly entertaining. My six-year-old son loved it. Even his 9-year-old sister liked to listen along. When we checked it in the library, it had color pictures.
 
5
   My grandsons love this book!!
When this book arrived first, I didn 't think the boys would like it because it is not much portrayed on the illustrations, mostly black and white. My grandsons are 4 and 6 years old. They loved this book absolutely! They even took the book home so that their mom could read it to them before bed. We read this book over and over again. I'll buy more books by Laurie Kelier!
 
2
   Age Range Is Wrong
The info says 7-10 - age it is not appropriate for younger ages... in fact, 10 would be the youngest in my opinion. It is now useless to me because I bought it for a 7 year old, but I am not returning it because Amazon charged me to start with and then I wanted to credit me for what I was originally paid.
 
5
   This book is pretty funny!
I bought this for my 9 year old son for Christmas as his gift to read. He loves funny stories and will read this with a lot of enjoyment. I read the first few chapters myself and has a pretty quirky humor. To read, very fun. I know that he will enjoy it.
 
5
   No foul language, no potty talk
My 5 year old loves it, as does our older son. No bad language, no potty talk, illustrations to keep them entertained. I'm sure of the others purchasing in the series, I am sure.
 
5
   have a fantastic time trying to help Mr
Arnie and his pizza friend, Peezo, have a fantastic time trying to help Mr Bing win a bowling match. There is a twist to the story! The books after the original Arnie's Doughnut book are longer and are in black and white illustrations, but I thoroughly enjoyed them.
 
4
   the shock and horror when he realizes the nice man intended to EAT him
Arnie the doughnut is funny, but nothing beats the first )? )book describing the purchase of Arnie in a bakery, the shock and horror when he realizes that the nice man intended to EAT him, the developing friendship between man and doughnut and the eventual happy decision for Arnie to live as his pet with the man.
 
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