Hey guys! Happy August! Today, I have a book review from Cheerio Champ to share with you all.
Q: What happens in the book?
A: It’s scared. David’s in time out and he’s sad.
priddymomma says: David gets in trouble for breaking various house rules. David’s mom finally puts him in time-out. Despite the punishment, she loves him very much.
Q: What was your favorite part?
A: David’s playing with toys in the house.
Q: What was your least favorite part?
A: David wanted to watch a movie, but he had to go to his room instead.
Q: What was the craziest thing David did in the story?
A: He watched a movie instead of putting his toys away.
priddymomma says: The kid has a freaking chicken bone in his mouth at one point, along with other huge amounts of food. The art in the book is hilarious.
Q: Did David remind you of yourself?
A: Uh...yeah. Uh…yeah.
priddymomma says: Uh…yeah.
Q: Would you want to be David’s friend? Why or why not?
A: No, thanks. He can’t be a good friend. David’s mean.
Q: Are the words hard or easy to read?
A: Words are hard.
priddymomma says: The words are super easy to read. There’s never more than five on a page, and usually only around three.
Q: What do you think David and his mom will do after the end of the story?
A: He put crayons on his wall.
Q: What did you learn from this book?
A: “No, David!” is a story and David hugs his mom.
priddymomma says: What I’ve learned from this review would be that Cheerio Champ didn’t take any life-changing morals away from this book. *sigh*
Q: Do you think other kids should read this book?
A: Yes. I could read “No, David!”
priddymomma says: And of course that means you should too! I recommend it for ages 15 months to 5 years, as those are the ages of my kids and they adore it. (Can you tell by the pictures of the pages that it has had a hard life?)
Thanks for reading! See ya next week!