This was hands down the most loved book by my 3-4 year olds in my pre-school class.
A. Smith does a wonderful job in creating cuddly, cute looking clay boy that transform into a sinister eating machine.
Read with expression, this book is sure to please even those children who find books and stories "boring"!
Clay Boy was my youngest son's favorite book. I used to take him to the local library on a regular basis when he was a youngster. Read morePublished 1 month ago by SonasDaughter
I'm a preschool teacher and my students love this book! They need to read it atleast two times a day!Published 11 months ago by Ms.V
I work with elementary school children and they absolutely love this story. The suspense quickly builds. Grandpa and grandma make a boy out of clay. Boy comes to life. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Beatrice D Chris
My son loved this book as a young boy & so I purchased it for him to have & maybe someday enjoy reading it with his own children. Read morePublished 20 months ago by A. C. Hutton
This adapted Russian Folktale- Gingerbread man with a malicious twist!- ranks as one of my all time favorite children's stories, and having taught early elementary for 18 years,... Read morePublished on September 10, 2010 by PuroShaggy
In a way, this is a dark little fable, filled with pathos - lonely oldsters create a child for themselves, but the disruption of the natural order nearly destroys them and their... Read morePublished on June 15, 2009 by Julie G. Murray
I loved the illustrations, but I thought the overall book was kind of scary for kids, but my son (4 years old) doesn't seem to notice and loves it.Published on May 11, 2009 by Stephanie Fox