Bash and the Chocolate Milk Cows
: Written for boys 8 to 12, Bash and all his friends return in this 3rd book in the series. Weirdness rules anytime boring Beamer, 12, visits his crazy farm cousin Bash, 11. This time, chickens dripping strawberry-rhubarb pie run...
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Written for boys 8 to 12, Bash and all his friends return in this 3rd book in the series.
Weirdness rules anytime boring Beamer, 12, visits his crazy farm cousin Bash, 11. This time, chickens dripping strawberry-rhubarb pie run amok in a fire hall. A goat gets painted in an explosion of circus colors. And Bash schemes a way for the cows to give chocolate milk on April Fool's Day. Meanwhile, somebody's holding up stores and feed mills. Beamer prays for the robber's capture, but shudders at the answer. God once sent Gideon to face a massive army with only a few guys holding horns, jars, and lights. Beamer's stuck with his crazy cousin, pesky neighbor Mary Jane, and a goat of many colors.
Between pranks, robberies, and blobby tadpoles transforming into beautiful frogs, Beamer and track star Lauren try to puzzle out baptism. In Bash's Farmin' and Fishin' Book (the Bible), they discover The Great Commission of Jesus: "Go into all the world and preach the gospel to the whole creation. Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved." They already believe. With the Sunday school picnic at Lake Erie, is time for them to say, like the guy in Acts, "Look, there's water! What would keep me from being baptized?"
Based on Matthew 16:15-16A
Burton Cole is a Pulitzer Prize nominated journalist with thirty years of experience and more than fifty humor writing awards to his credit. He grew up on a farm in northeast Ohio and attended a smalltown church with a slew of cousins and buddies. That same boyhood inspires his colorful stories today.