|Name (First Name, Last Initial)
|Real Pigeons 1: Fight Crime
|Andrew McDonald and Ben Wood
|What is the setting of the book?
|The setting o the book is a big city where there is a lot of crime. And a farm where Rock Pigeon leaves to join the Real Pigeons.
|Who is/are the main character(s)? What are they like?
|The main character is Rock Pigeon, a rock pigeon who likes to disguise as random things. He left the farm after Grandpouter Pigeon invited him to the Real Pigeons squad.
|What is the conflict of the story?
|The Bread Crumb Mystery: the Real Pigeons try to find out why there are no bread crumbs.
The Bat Trapper: The Real Pigeons try to find out who is trapping bats.
The Food Truck Mystery: The Real Pigeons try to find out who planted a FART BOMB is someone’s bag.
|What was the conclusion of the book?
|The Bread Crumb Mystery: The pigeons find out a evil crow (Jungle Crow) is scaring away all the humans, but without humans there are no bread crumbs!
The Bat Trapper: The pigeons plant bait to see the trapper, the trapper turns out to be a bat named Megabat who wants to be the only bat.
The Food Truck Mystery: The pigeons find out that Jungle Crow and Megabat worked together to plant the fart bomb in the guy’s bag so that they will have all the Food Trucks to themselves. Rock Pigeon tells them that they are not immune to the smell, so when they are eating the food they will also smell the disgustingness. So Jungle Crow quickly flies to the top of the city and lets the fart bomb explode there.
|While reading the book, what were your emotions?
|I was laughing because the concept is so dumb and amazing at the same time! The book was so creative about how the pigeons solved the mysteries and who was responsible.
|Do you think the book had a moral? If so, what was it?
|I think one of the morals was “whatever goes around comes around” because all of the bad guys were caught and had to face consequences. I also felt that the book was mostly just for fun and didn’t have a strong moral.
|Selected Value: 8 (0 min / 10 max)
|Why did you give the book this rating?
|I liked how creative it was and how the writers presented the story. The characters were amazing (especially Homey) and overall it was an amazing book.
|What was your favorite/least favorite part?
|My favorite part was when Rock Pigeon dressed up as a bat as bait. He was in cage with arrows pointing towards him that said things like “Definitely not a pigeon!”, “Untrapped bat!” when the door was open, “Easy to Kidnap!”, “In a cage without a secret escape hatch”.
|Would you recommend this book to others? Why?
|Yes, I would definitely recommend this book to others, especially people from the ages of 8-12. It was very funny and I bet most people like me would like it, too.
|How much action was in the book?
|Selected Value: 9 (0 min / 10 max)
|How much drama was in the book?
|Selected Value: 0 (0 min / 10 max)
|How much humor was in the book?
|Selected Value: 5 (0 min / 10 max)
|How much suspense was in the book?
|Selected Value: 1 (0 min / 10 max)
Book Report: Real Pigeons 1: Fight Crime