After listening to the Kidsboro three-part audio album, I just had to buy the first book! First of all I'd like to say that it had many parts in it that were hilarious! Especially the parts with a boy named Scott who wanted to be a detective (Scott wasn't in the Kidsboro audio episodes). If you have listened to the Kidsboro audio episodes then when you first start reading this book it will begin the same as in the audio episodes but then as you continue reading it you realize that actually it's a very different story with practically the same start. It did mention: Church, The Ten Commandments, and having Morals, Although these words: Bible, Jesus, and God were not actually mentioned in the book you could tell it was what was behind the story although the lessons and morals were not declared as loud and clear as in the Kidsboro audio episodes. as for the language in this book: the worse that was ever uttered would have been: Jerk, Quack, and Goofy. this book had great moments in it, Both emotional and funny, You care about the characters and wonder how it's going to turn out and the "Who did it? and Why?" Goes around in your head throughout the book. When the book ends although everything is going to be fine they still leave something unresolved... I guess that's so you will read the next book. the book was as I recall: 113 pages long. If you have listened to any Adventures in Odyssey or the Kidsboro Episodes you will have a much better idea of what the characters in the book are like. All in all, this book was pretty good. The main part in the book that I thought might be objectionable would have been the part with this mean kid who was trying to make some kids throw up because they owed him Kidsboro money and they signed a contract that if they didn't pay back he would choose payment and then he would try and make them throw up. (This is not what the whole book is like this just this one part that might be objectionable) They made it seem like Ryan (the main character) couldn't do anything about it because they had signed a contract... Which is most certainly not true! If something like that happens you don't just walk away, You get a grownup to help or a parent. But other than that it was actually a very entertaining and funny and even at times enthralling book.