This book is about baseball. Buh-buh-buh-buh baseball!
Some of the characters’ names are Boyd, Arnold, Coach Pouch. Boyd is trying to win the baseball game.
Arnold the Armadillo turns into a big ball, because he’s hiding. That means he’s scared. He curls up. The team stops and loses, but the giraffe tries to win.
When they lose, the giraffe feels bad.
The skunk has a rake. He sprays, and then the giraffe has a hat on his nose because it’s stinky!
Boyd [the giraffe] thinks that Arnold wouldn’t win the Wilds’ championship. Then Arnold was by himself in the field because they were gone. But then everyone misses him.
Boyd feels bad because he misses Arnold. So he tries to get Arnold.
And he [Arnold] did this–he batted the ball even though he was a little ball.
At the end of the book, Boyd is feeling peaceful inside. That means you’re feeling happy!
My favorite part is when Arnold shook his hands down and up, down and up, because he was scared. This book made me feel good. I’ll show you what I really like: it has “peaceful” inside the book.
My 4-year-old son received an Advanced Review Copy of Field of Peace from Zonderkidz. Find more about Field of Peace on Amazon or at Zondervan. It’s slated to release September 4. Read the rest of my 4-year-old son’s reviews here.