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Wendy’s Big Game – Book Review


Bob enrolls this team in the Brightest Building Yard competition and they need to clean up the yard by five o’clock. Wendy gets Muck started and then takes the rest of the machines with her to work on the soccer field.

Wendy’s Big Game by Diane Redmond and Hot Animation

Even though they have a few mishaps on the field while Wendy is painting the white lines and laying out the goals they are able to get things cleaned up and looking just the way it should. They all have time for a bit of soccer fun after things are all done.

Meanwhile back at the yard Bob has cleaned everything up but Pilchard gets scooped up with the trash and almost gets thrown away. Bob saves him, but all the garbage goes flying all over the yard. Everything gets cleaned up again. While bob is hanging the flower basket the bird lands in it to make a nest.
But she’s squishing the flowers and Bob asks her to leave. The bird just goes to a different flower basket.

Oops! The inspectors have arrived early, but they like what they see and even though Bob is a mess his yard is not and he wins the “Brightest Building Yard” competition.







Note: All Bob the Builder books are from my personal library.

Bob the Builder is a British animated children’s TV show. In the original series Bob is a building contractor and along with his colleague Wendy and other neighbors and friends and their work vehicles and equipment fix things (all made of clay). In every episode Bob and his group renovate, construct and repair things. Any project that needs to be done can be done by Bob and his team.
Bob’s catchphrase is “Can we fix it?” and with the conflict resolution, cooperation and socialization taught in each episode we discover that “Yes they can!”

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