Benny Bensky And The Parrot-napper by Mary BorskyBenny Bensky And The Parrot-napper by Mary Borsky

Benny Bensky And The Parrot-napper

byMary BorskyIllustratorLinda Hendry

Paperback | September 9, 2008

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When their neighbor, Mrs. Graham, charges Rosie and Fran with the responsibility of parrot sitting her pet, Peanut the Parrot, the girls and Benny think the job will be a walk in the park.

While Rosie and Fran immediately take to Peanut — going so far as to make him an honorary detective, Benny is unimpressed with the “dowdy gray” bird. Soon the charming and very vocal parrot makes his way into the girls’ hearts and Benny is left out in the cold, wondering if he still fits in.

But when Peanut becomes the latest victim in a parrot-napping ring, Benny senses something is terribly wrong . . . and he and the girls set out to make it right. Determined to find Peanut before Mrs. Graham’s return, Benny, Rosie, and Fran head out on a new adventure to bring Peanut the Parrot back home.
Mary Borsky is from High Prairie, Alberta. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Alberta and went on to teach in Edmonton, Vancouver, and Frobisher Bay, as well as in Italy and Ethiopia. Borsky is the author of the first two books in the Benny Bensky series, Benny Bensky and the Perogy Palace and Benny Bensky and th...
Title:Benny Bensky And The Parrot-napperFormat:PaperbackDimensions:128 pages, 7.68 × 5.3 × 0.26 inPublished:September 9, 2008Publisher:TundraLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0887768407

ISBN - 13:9780887768408

Appropriate for ages: 9 - 12

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Editorial Reviews

Praise for Benny Bensky and the Giant Pumpkin Heist:
“. . . a fun-loving tale that young readers will thoroughly enjoy.” — CM Magazine

Praise for Benny Bensky and the Perogy Palace:
“[Borsky] creates her characters deftly . . . Youngsters will particularly like getting inside Benny’s head, seeing things from a dog’s eye view.” — The Hamilton Spectator