A family deals with a difficult house guest in ‘The Bolds in Trouble’
There are some really great children’s books out there right now. No two are alike, and can take readers of all ages on fascinating adventures. When I heard about The Bolds in Trouble I was looking forward to reading it. I was able to get a digital copy of this story and this is what I thought of it.
You can read the plot for The Bolds in Trouble here:
For once, Teddington’s wildest family have decided to stay at home and keep their heads down. It isn’t always easy hiding tails and fur under clothes, and it’s important not to raise suspicion among their human neighbors. But when a very sly fox starts making a big nuisance of himself, it’s up to the Bolds to stop him.
The Bolds in Trouble was a fun book to read. It does start off a bit slow at first, but once this family makes the acquaintance of a few foxes that is when things get interesting. They try to warn them, but one of the refuses to listen. Once they get in a bad situation this family is more than happy to help them. Although their intentions were good this only ends up making things harder for this family. Finding a way to get them out of their house will be one of the hardest things they have ever faced. I can see most readers have a great time reading this book.