Burgerhead & Mean Jerry Book Series Review

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Burgerhead & Mean Jerry is a new book series by Dan Madson that is written for kids ages 5 to 12. The series features two boys, Burgerhead and Mean Jerry, who are different in many ways but still become good friends. 

These books are perfect for kids who are transitioning from picture books to beginner novels, as it is a bit lengthy but has colorful and fun illustrations by Veronika Gonchar. 

I loved that the author included his grandson when writing the books. It definitely has a childlike charm. I especially enjoyed the second book in the series as we have chickens! 

Read the full reviews of both books below.


Burgerhead & Mean Jerry Become Friends Book Review



Burgerhead & Mean Jerry Become Friends is the first book in the series. It introduces us to the two boys. Burgerhead loves grapes and lives in a big house in a small town. Mean Jerry lived in a small house in a big city and has one dog, but then Mean Jerry moves to the small town where he becomes Burgerhead's new neighbor. 

At first, the boys seem very different, and while Mean Jerry can be mean sometimes, he is also nice. The boys decide to go on a bike ride together. Mean Jerry learns an important lesson about being kind to others, including squirrels, when he has a bicycle accident. Burgerhead gives Mean Jerry a ride home on his bike and they begin planning their next adventure. The two have officially become friends, proving that even if two people are very different, they can still be friends.


Burgerhead & Mean Jerry Visit The Farm Book Review



In the second book of the series, Burgerhead and Mean Jerry Visit the Farm, Burgerhead invites Mean Jerry to his uncle's farm. The boys are given the task of collecting eggs from the chickens, but then Mean Jerry forgets to close the gate when they leave the coop, so all the chickens escape. The boys are then tasked with rounding up all the chickens and putting them back in their run. 

This story teaches the importance of listening and owning our mistakes. Mean Jerry would not have forgotten the gate had he listened to Burgerhead's uncle when he was giving them directions. The boys take responsibility for their mistake and correct it by gathering up all the chickens. This time they make sure the gate is shut before leaving. 


Where Can I Find Burgerhead & Mean Jerry?

The first two books of the series are now available on Amazon. A third book is in the works, so be sure to follow Skrive Publications to know when it is available!




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17 Comments

  1. I love the artistic view on developing such important character traits for our little ones!

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  2. These sound like great books to add to my girls' collection!

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  3. My kids are starting to like reading books and I think this is the best book to give for them. I will check this out, thanks!

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  4. These sound like great books!

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    1. My daughter is in that transitional age from reading only books with pictures to now reading novels. The Burgerheard sounds like an interesting book. Will check it out for her.

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  5. These books are great. they will be a nice present from my daughter to her friends.

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  6. What a funny title and it sounds like a cute book!

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  7. Sounds like a fun new book series - I've never heard of it before! Thanks for sharing!

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  8. I haven't heard of these books. They sound like a lot of fun! I'll have to check these out for my kids.

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  9. My son is moving into longer readers. These sound perfect for him!

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  10. this sounds like a perfect book series for readers moving on

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  11. What a fun new series. I can't wait to check them out. And, we have chickens as well. So, I am sure I will love the 2nd book in the series!

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  12. Good recommendation! The story is interesting. I'll further check this book.

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  13. These books sound like they have some great lessons for their readers!

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  14. This seems like one of those silly series that kids get hooked on. It will help develop a live of reading.

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