Bad Boys Get Cookie!

Bad Boys Get Cookie!❰EPUB❯ ✼ Bad Boys Get Cookie! Author Margie Palatini – Heartforum.co.uk Those two bad boys Willy and Wally are still badBad Bad Really, really badAnd now they have two big bad sweet toothsWhen the baker s cookie runs off, these newly cloaked private eyes, Willis and Walla Those two bad boys Willy and Wally are still badBad Bad Really, really badAnd now they have two big bad sweet toothsWhen the baker s cookie runs off, these newly cloaked private eyes, Willis and Wallace, see their chance to Get Cookie But this is one smart cookie, and the pair may require a plan B Can this terrible and terribly hungry duo satisfy their Bad Boys Epub / hankering before their new disguises land them in ill fated trouble Margie Palatini and Henry Cole reunite for a rollicking fairy tale follow up to their hilarious bad boys.

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Bad Boys Get Cookie! ePUB µ Bad Boys  Epub /
  • Hardcover
  • 32 pages
  • Bad Boys Get Cookie!
  • Margie Palatini
  • English
  • 05 August 2019
  • 0060744367

10 thoughts on “Bad Boys Get Cookie!

  1. Jennie says:

    Pretty generic story and illustrations, didn t particularly capture my attention Also the ending is slightly disturbing in its ambiguity it s unclear whether the wolves are going to eat the old lady or her candy house.

  2. Kathy (Kindle-aholic) says:

    On the surface, this is something that I would love reading to the kids, but, no.A fairy tale with the Big Bad Wolves chasing down the Gingerbread Man The story is just blah Illustrations were good, and maybe with a different ending it could have been better I finished it and just thought That was it

  3. Cheryl says:

    I ve enjoyed the other Bad Boys books And I ve enjoyed many other fractured fairy tales But this just doesn t work It s not funny, it s not clever, and the ending is, um, abrupt is the best word I can come up with but it s too weak.

  4. Laurie says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Horn Book Spring 2007 Hankering to satisfy their sweet tooths, Willy and Wally Wolf conspire to chase down Mr Baker s runaway gingerbread cookie Scheme after scheme fails, and they give up and set their sights on a gingerbread house instead Palatini humorously incorporates details from familiar fairy tales, and Cole s cartoon style illustrations capture the silliness of the Bad Boys second adventure Kirkus Reviews August 15, 2006 Palatini riffs on the Gingerbread Man and Hansel and Gretel Horn Book Spring 2007 Hankering to satisfy their sweet tooths, Willy and Wally Wolf conspire to chase down Mr Baker s runaway gingerbread cookie Scheme after scheme fails, and they give up and set their sights on a gingerbread house instead Palatini humorously incorporates details from familiar fairy tales, and Cole s cartoon style illustrations capture the silliness of the Bad Boys second adventure Kirkus Reviews August 15, 2006 Palatini riffs on the Gingerbread Man and Hansel and Gretel stories in this return of her two bad boy wolves Willy and Wally, aching to satisfy their sweet tooth, chase after a smart little cookie that has escaped from the bakery I m afraid I added too much spice, moans the baker Needless to say, Willy and Wally, despite being wolves, are outfoxed by the demon cookie even when they are dressed as Hansel and Gretel There is a lot of good badinage between Willy and Wally, with their knowing exchanges, but some of that humor may be lost on younger readers, who may also be confused as to why honey laid out as a trap by the wolves would make the cookie slip and slide Yet these lapses are smoothed over by Cole s merry, slapstick art Never has a runaway cookie been so annoying looking, and never did Hansel and Gretel observe with such longing the witch s derriere Yes, they are Bad Bad Really, really bad in all senses of the word Picture book 4 7 Publishers Weekly September 11, 2006 Willy and Wally, the hapless wolves from Bad Boys which PW s starred review called a sublimely silly story set out to catch a runaway cookie, posing as incompetent detectives, Hansel and Gretel andin Bad Boys Get Cookie by Margie Palatini, illus by Henry Cole The hilarious illustrations brim with rib tickling details and plenty of slapstick cartoon action Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information School Library Journal October 1, 2006 K Gr 3 Palatini and Cole follow up their hilarious Bad Boys HarperCollins, 2003 with another pun filled adventure replete with tomfoolery, fairy tale references, and attempted cookie thievery Willy and Wally are still Bad Bad Really, really bad When a baker s little treat hops off the cookie sheet and is on the lam, the wily wolves pose as detectives and attempt to capture the delicious runaway After going out on a limb fails to land the prize, the duo switch gears and try plan B, disguising themselves as Hansel and Gretel Failing again, they experience another moment of brain ditto and plan to trap the runaway with honey But the spicy cookie continually taunts Willy and Wally with the refrain sure to be repeated by children Na na ni na na Lookee Lookee You can t get me I m one smart cookie Eventually the sassy cookie gets his comeuppance in the form of a hungry croc, and, although their attempts at capturing and snacking are repeatedly foiled, the scheming wolves find a new target Those who enjoyed this dastardly duo in the previous title are sure to get a kick out of this entry, which will make for a rollicking read aloud Piper L Nyman, formerly at Fairfield Civic Center Library, CA Copyright 2006 Reed Business Information

  5. Zachary Alcorn says:

    Even though this book was about deceiving people to get a cookie, i think that it teaches creativity I mean kids could learn a lot from this Most kids today just sit on a phone or ipad playing games, this could help inspire them to create new things to play They can be creative in a right way.

  6. Ariel Cummins says:

    So so take on the gingerbread man Far too long for preschool story times, plus it s full of oddly out of place noir elements that I think would confuse many kids Nice looking art throughout, but the writing just didn t do it for me.

  7. Sheri says:

    A writing friend recommended this author, this book about two wolves dressed up searchingfor a sweet cookie Like the Gingerbread boy story Didn t enjoy this as much as her otherbooks the pictures and the story wasn t as endearing to me But she has some others thatare great.

  8. Kena Kump says:

    Kind of a funny book, not quite what one would expect of the smart cookie not succeeding as one would think.

  9. Mandy says:

    3.5 stars Willy and Wally Wolf are still up to no good This time they offer to help catch and eat the baker s run away cookie.

  10. Curriculum says:

    Hilarious fractured fairy tale of The Gingerbread Boy Illustrations are terrific.

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