Book Review: How To Roll Like Chris P Bacon

chrispHow To Roll Like Chris P Bacon is the second book in a three book series. I haven’t read the first one but I don’t think you really need to considering Chris so kindly recaps his life in the first couple of pages!  Chris P Bacon is a pig and his back legs don’t work.  His Dad is a vet so he made him a cart to help him get around!  This book is all about some life lessons that Chris has learned along the way that he is sharing with kids because it thinks that it will help them too!  A couple of the things that he says is to be adventurous! And be silly!  The book is written in rhyme and is adorably illustrated with some real photos of Chris in there for good measure.  The end of the book also has a recipe for a great snack recommended by Chris – “Pigs in Mud”!

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review. I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

This is the second book in a three book series of children’s books featuring Chris P. Bacon—the little pig that’s been inspiring oodles of people. This story will pick up for the first one left off. Here’s a quick bio of dear friend:
Chris P. Bacon is one lucky pig. Born with malformed hind legs, he was taken to a vet with the request that he be euthanized. The veterinarian, Len Lucero, took one look at the little guy who appeared happy and healthy and vowed to keep him. Chris went home with Dr. Len and within a matter of weeks became an internet sensation and media darling. He’s been on numerous television shows includingAnderson Live, ABC Action News, and the Today show. He’s also been featured on the Discovery Channel (Canada). But even more important, he’s won thousands of hearts—he has nearly 80,000 fans on Facebook, a dedicated fan club, many popular videos on YouTube, and even a specially designed T-shirt, which can be ordered on his website (www.chrispbacon.org). Chris P. Bacon’s joyful demeanor and excitement for life have inspired people all over the world to view their lives in a new way.

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