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Wednesday, May 6, 2009

The Case of the Chewable Worms by Bill Myers

The Case of the Chewable Worms
Bill Myers
Series: Book number 2 in Secret Agent
Dingledorf…and his trusty dog, Splat
Published By: Tommy Nelson
Copyright: 2002
Number of Pages: 88 pages
Age Group: 7-10 year old boys
Type of Book: Christian Fiction
Physical Description: Small paperback with large print
Extras: The illustrations were done by Meredith Johnson and were very funny. There is a quote from the International Children’s Bible at the beginning of the book from Galatians 6:9-10. About the Book: Bernie Dingledorf (Secret Agent Dingledorf), Priscilla and IQ are back for another adventure, this time involving B.A.D.D. (Bungling Agents Dedicated to Destruction). Bernie and his friends along with the Agency need to keep B.A.D.D. from making people eat habit-forming worms. The adventure starts when Bernie and his friends go to school and the kids are having worm races. It gets even stranger when his mom serves his family spaghetti made with worms. Bernie really does not want to help everybody else and ignores the Agency, because he has his own problems. One of the B.A.D.D. agents takes Priscilla and Bernie does his best to help her. There is a fight in a mall fish store and as Priscilla is being forced to eat a worm Splat (Bernie’s dog) breaks this fish tanks. The fish start eating the worms. The B.A.D.D. agent tells Bernie to mind his own business and Bernie says people are his business. Bernie tells the agent that it is our responsibility to help others.
About the Author: Bill Myers has written over 70 books and his films have won over 40 awards. He is also the author of the McGee and Me series.
What I Thought: I thought this book was really neat. I always enjoy reading a book that is fun, but has a good message, like helping others. The best part was in the last chapter when Bernie realizes that it is our responsibility to help others. I thought that in this book Bernie realized that he now has a life dedicated to helping others.
Would I recommend: Yes, I would recommend this book, because it helps the reader learn how life does not revolve around them. It is about other people too.

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