In an age when "tall tales" are thought of as an ancient art form, these stories are right up to date. And Bil tells them with such deadpan sincerity that you just can't help but believe in things that aren't physically possible.
Stories ©1999 Bil Lepp and Nancy Lepp, except The Monster Stick's Last Ride, ©2001 Bil Lepp; (P)2002 August House Publishers, Inc.
My grandson stays over every Thursday and being in a hurry I bought this book thinking it was about a dog or puppy.
I do think Bil Lepp had the perfect voice for the part and made me feel like I was there; more down south and it was fun but not what I would listen too for myself.
I would not listen to bil again because I either have books for the grandchildren or more serious books that I don’t have time to read but can listen.
Good old boy
Bil Lepp came to our school and did a performance. He kept jr. high students in the palm of his hand - an amazing feat, I assure you. Listening to this brought back the wonderful memories of an incredible storyteller who knows how to time a laugh and how to deliver a line.
Meeting the Buck dog. Mr. Lepp told our students he is real, although some of the events the dog was involved in may have been exaggerated.
Yes, and this compares well. Bil Lepp is just a good storyteller. I loved his vocabulary and timing. That's a gift not every storyteller is blessed to have.
Knowing that Bil's older brother died young (36 yrs. old), I really like the story of using the monster stick for one last time. I thought it a fitting tribute.
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