From School Library Journal
Nina Lindsay, Oakland Public Library, CA
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The premise for this book is wonderful and a perfect follow-up to What Pete Ate from A to Z. Love the ending too. The artwork is likewise excellent, very bright and charming.Published 2 months ago by Heather Conklin
This book is excellent!! Read it to my third graders. Loved it so much I had to order a copy for my grands.Published 2 months ago by dianna dunn
This book is fun and funny, but it is long and somewhat odd. The kids liked it, but it is not one we will read every night.Published 5 months ago by K. S.
This is a wonderfully clever and fun book with vibrant illustrations. It is an absolute favorite for the kids in our family.Published on September 4, 2013 by amashopper
I got this for a 5 year old but I'd say the ideas in the book are more for 3rd graders or older. However, it looks like a little kid's book so...they might not go for it.Published on March 15, 2013 by Waku Waku