Bob Saves the Porcupines – Book Review

Bob Saves the Porcupines – Book Review
While playing in the fields with Spud, Travis discovers something interesting. It’s a family of upside-down hairbrushes he says. Spud explains that they are actually porcupines.

Bob Saves the Porcupines by Diane Redmond and Hot Animation

Meanwhile, back at Farmer Pickles’s farm Bob and Muck and Scoop are working on fixing a road. Muck pour gravel on the road, and Scoop spreads it out evenly. Now Roley is supposed to roll over the stones when Bob sees the family of porcupines crossing the road right in front of Roley. Halt! Stop! Bob tells Roley to stop for the porcupines.

Bob is worried about the porcupines’ crossing the road when it is opened to traffic. They discuss options such as building a bridge over the road or digging a tunnel under the road. How will the porcupines be safe while they build the tunnel? Scoop carries them back to the yard for Wendy to take care of them. Back at the yard they are well taken care of while Bob builds his very first porcupine tunnel.

Now the porcupines will always be able to cross the road safely.

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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