Tuesday, August 17, 2010

The Adventures of Hashbrown Winters by Frank L. Cole


Hashbrown Winters is the leader of his treehouse club and he's gotten himself in a problem that could hurt his friends, and more importantly, him.  Hashbrown and his friends fear Hambone Oxcart, a bully the size of a bulldozer with feet the size of a small hippo.  Hambone isn't a fan of Hashbrown or his treehouse  club.  Lets just say he wants to pound Hashbrown into a tater tot. Can Hashbrown and his friends survive the wrath of Hambone?

The Adventures of Hashbrown Winters is a hilarious book that will keep you turning pages.  I stayed up late reading it because I couldn't put it down.  I really liked how all the characters had nicknames.  There are guys named Teeter-Totter, Pot Roast and Squid.  You'll have to read the book to find out where these characters nicknames came from.

I had never heard of Frank L. Cole before reading this book.  I love his writing style and can't wait to read more books by him.

Young Bibliomaniac gives The Adventures of Hashbrown Winters 5 STARS!

4 comments:

Aunt Heather said...

I love your blog. I haven't heard of some of these books and I can't wait to pick them up for my son. Keep up the good work!

rrmathews said...

I am sure proud of you my boy!!! You Amaze me . . .Dad

JenFielding said...

Thanks for the great (and fast!) review, Bibilomaniac. I'm going to make sure we run any of our future submissions through you before we decide to sign them on. I can tell you're a great judge of good literature.

Happy reading!

Norma said...

Cool. I'm assuming these books are your age level and since you read alot, they are probably for older readers too. My 10 year old son loves to read and is really good at it so we'll be regulars trying to find some good books. Thanks for sharing the information.