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No, Cousins did not 'like that': Vikings QB mocked by Bills. Wild Meet the Wild's seven free-agent additions July 1, — Read our comment standards StarTribune. Keep it civil and stay on topic. No profanity, vulgarity, racial slurs or personal attacks. Comments with web links are not permitted. Comments that violate the above will be removed. Repeat violators may lose their commenting privileges on StarTribune. Feb 18, Crystal Allen rated it liked it Shelves: I first read this book when I was a bookseller and seem to remember absolutely loving it and being thoroughly amused by it.

Then about a year or so ago I saw it as a bargain book at a local bookstore and immediately told my husband I had to buy it. I brought it home, read it and somehow it just didn't live up to how I remembered it. I can't remember what in the storyline disappointed me I do remember that I love the illustrations!

The wild boars are nasty, disgusting, and rude. I actually thought the book was pretty fun and quirky until the last page, on which was depicted a pile of poop.

Frankly, I found that offensive, and it ruined an otherwise enjoyable book for my son and me. I was doubly disappointed since I liked the sequel, Wild Boars Cook , quite a lot. Feb 08, The Brothers rated it really liked it Shelves: A rather charming warning of just how awful wild boars can be.

Four boars a introduced and then the author cheekily suggests they come visit you at your house. Their behavior at your house is atrocious!

But this is a cautionary tale, so if you ever do in fact come across a wild boar, you won't been surprised. Dec 04, Monalisa Johnson-brown rated it liked it Shelves: This is about four wild boars who were named Boris, Morris, Horace, and Doris.

They were all mean and bad in their own way. They would tear up the house, soak in the toilet, be passing gas for fun. They did everything a boar would do but these children which they could do something right like sleep in bed with pajamas on or take a bathe. They realized that, it would never happen. Jul 10, Rcltigger rated it really liked it Shelves: Those naughty wild boars!

They are so unpleasant and ill-mannered, which is precisely why this book was such a hit with my three year old son, who repeatedly requested this book on several nights. Sep 25, Peacegal rated it it was ok. I think I know more than a few children who behave like the wild boars in these pages. However, wild pigs in the US simply can't catch a break, and similarly have few friends, and stories like this don't exactly cultivate sympathy. A bit like the negative way wolves are characterized in children's stories.

Feb 25, Ariel Cummins rated it really liked it Shelves: Super funny story about some very badly behaved boars. Lots of awesome vocabulary, and really silly illustrations. Would be great for a readaloud for older groups. They're sure to get a laugh out of the stinkiness.

Nov 10, Barbara rated it it was amazing. Great fun for both my daughter and my husband--their favorite books are about "baddies" like these rude, messy, inconsiderate boars, who are all named to add to their realism.

Follow up about taking a bath is just as much fun. Jun 30, Alice rated it liked it Shelves: I am not sure what the purpose of this book but I am going to guess that it is to show kids that being , rude, smelly and noisy like wild boars, they can see the errors in their bad behavior and shape up?

Interesting concept and it has some comical moments! Jun 12, Nicole rated it liked it Shelves: This is a good book, overall. Not my favorite by far, though.

I thought I saw a message coming about being a good friend, and then it never came. But it was a cute read.

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