I received this book for free from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Sammy Feral's Diary of Weird: Yeti Rescue Genres: Adventure, Middle Grade
Published by Quercus Pages: 256
Illustrator: John Kelly
Sammy's back for another weird adventure!
Ever since Sammy discovered that there are crazier animals in the world than just lemurs and lions, his life has become pretty weird. So when a Mongolian Death Worm turns up at his zoo, he's not that surprised. The Death Worm needs help: his best friend, Bert the Yeti Chief, has gone missing.
Can Sammy summon the Ministry of Yetis and rescue Bert? He's going to need help from his old friends Donny and Red, not to mention a very reluctant Wish Frog...
An action-packed adventure for the Wimpy Kid generation.
The Feral Scale of Weirdness shot right through the roof today.
Yeah, I would say poisonous death worms, wishing frogs and Yeti’s could be considered very weird. 🙂
What I thought of this book
I love the Sammy Feral books that I have read so far and can’t wait to continue with this fun and sort of goofy series. Sammy’s family owns a zoo and in the first book some strange things happened to all of his family but him. (I won’t say what in case you haven’t read it.) Because of what happened he met Donny and Red who go around tracking mythological creatures.
Donny and Red have been staying at the zoo and nothing in Sammy’s life is ever normal. Everything that happens is always making into his diary of weird. It gets weird when a poisonous death worm comes to the zoo looking for the wish frog because his best friend Bert, the Yeti has been kidnapped. Yep, it’s getting weird!
Sammy wants to help Genghis, the worm find his friend and that means calling in the Ministry of Yeti’s which leads to some interesting weirdness.
Yeti rescue is filled with a lot of fun and adventure and extreme weirdness and that is what makes it a great book for young readers.
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- Winter COYER