Carnival Catastrophe (The Problim Children, #2)

Carnival Catastrophe (The Problim Children, #2) The Problims Try To Win The Corn Dog Carnival And Rescue Their Missing Mama In The Second Book In The Problim Children Series.All Siblings Are Capable Of Magic If They Stick Together But Trusting Each Other Isn T Easy For The Problim Siblings When Neighbors Like Desdemona And Carly Rue O Pinion Are Working Double Time To Turn The Town Against Them.From Catapulting Cattle To Runaway Corndogs To Spiders On The Pageant Stage, The Problim Brothers And Sisters Are Blamed For Every Catastrophe At This Year S Carnival And To Top It All Off, Mama Problim Is Missing Can The Seven Siblings Come Together In Time To Save The Carnival And Rescue Their Mom From A Villain Even Dastardly Than Desdemona Or Will They Discover Too Late What It Truly Means To Be A Problim

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  • ebook
  • 320 pages
  • Carnival Catastrophe (The Problim Children, #2)
  • Natalie Lloyd
  • English
  • 03 October 2017
  • 9780062428264

10 thoughts on “Carnival Catastrophe (The Problim Children, #2)

  1. says:

    The Problim family is one of my favorite book families With seven children all with different talents there is sure to be at least one character each reader will love Boys will especially enjoy Toot who communicates through farts Mama Problim is still missing but all the children are happy that their father is home and that the neighbors can no longer try to separate them, sending each to a different continent The children are working on finding a treasure their grandfather found and he has left them clues to find the treasure and destroy it As they search for the bones that will connect and become the Water Witch they solve the clues to find the treasure Mona Problim especially hopes to fine Mama as well as the treasure during this family adventure When they learn they must go to the Pirate Cove to find the treasure they each enter a contest in the yearly Corn Dog Carnival Each child enters a contest in which they are sure to win, however, Mona ends up in the Corn Dog Princess Pageant and she is nothing like a princess Mona hopes to play a prank on the girl who usually wins and her nemesis, Carly Rae, during the competition When the prank goes wrong Mona learns that sometimes pranks can go too far She also finds the other girls in the pageant enjoying being around her since she stays true to herself not conforming to regular pageant regulations For example, on Dress Up Nigh...

  2. says:

    Find my full review here CATASTROPHE follows the seven Problim children as they continue their search for their mother The seven siblings must work together if they have any chance together they are strong However, with some of the children distrusting the neighbors, the O Pinions and their long time family rivals, tearing them apart, they will have to learn to see the bigger picture and judge for themselves.The book primarily follows Mona Problim, who is clever but also pretty She distrusts the entire O Pinion family, even though some of her siblings trust the children next door though clearly the mother Desdemona O Pinion has it out for them As each of the Problim children is having dreams about their mother as they search for the sticks that can help them to find her, they decide to enter the town Carnival contests The prize is to go into the caverns, where they suspect they may find something.With riddles to solve, contests to be won, and lots of mystery afoot, this book is anything but boring With some themes about not judging others based on appearances or prejudices, supporting family unconditionally, being true to yourself, and working together, this book has some great underlying messages.What I loved The story is overall humorous and has some really funny moments For instance, Mona goes to the pageant s dress up portion in a vampire costume, and of course, there is the humor children will appreciate of how baby Toot communicates through his gas he ha...

  3. says:

    Thank you to the author for sharing an ARC of Carnival Catastrophe with Collabookation The g baby is just getting to know Pippi Longstocking and as she does, I m getting to know the Problims I didn t realize why I loved the Problims so much until I was reading Pippi with g baby The things I love about Pippi are the same things I love about Matilda, are the same things I love about the Problims These kids have all the best traits a strong love of learning, bravery, kindness, and most of all, empowerment All of these kids are basically alone in the world, but they all feel empowered to solve any problem that comes their way They all face adversity, but they all are brave enough to try to overcome it And all of these kids love, love, love learning about the world In Carnival Catastrophe, there is even to laud when we see Mona begin to think critically about who she is, and who others think she is She isn t afraid to put down her defenses to really learn about herself, and...

  4. says:

    I loved catching up with the Problim children again They are quirky, strong, loving, and resourceful Just the kind of kids it is a delight to go on an adventure with If the Problims are involved, you know there will be mischief and fun In this book, they are on a quest to find the last pieces of the water witch that will lead them to a treasure and hopefully their missing mother It is also the annual corndog carnival in town, and the Problims must win contests for the prize of a boat trip to complete their quest Dark, daring Mona enters the beauty contest against her arch nemesis Carly Rue O Pinion But when a prank goes too far, she wonders how you can tell who is the hero or the villain in a story She also realizes that she longs to fit in and belong There are so many important life truths bound up in her struggle to determine who she is and how she should interact with the world I...

  5. says:

    Oooh Can t I have 3 now The Problim Children are the kind of kids you wish you knew when you were young Each one is special in their own way, each making their way in the world In this story, Mona works through some issues as the children gather the bone sticks to lead them to their parents and a hidden treasure Will they find their beloved family,...

  6. says:

    I think I loved this than the first one I loved getting to know this sweet family of seven and , as well as their friends, neighbors, and community I also love how much they love each other, and look out for each other even though sibling rivalry is a real thing.

  7. says:

    Loved how the development character traits of each sibling worked together Once I started reading, I did not want to stop I want to know what happens, so I cannot wait to read the next book in the series

  8. says:

    In her first sequel, Lloyd touches on real life issues like jealousy, forgiveness, and being yourself even when your loved ones aren t so sure at the same time as revealing Problim family secrets and sending the reader on an adventure suffused with her classic hope and charm.

  9. says:

    Enjoyed this one even than the first What a fun ending I m already ready for Problims.

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