Mama serves up "a sand and gravel porridge" and the family "snarls and grimaces" as they gobble it up; it's business as usual for the Brutes. Ages 6-9.
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A hilarious little study in human relations. (Kansas City Star)
For sheer good fun . . . The Little Brute Family ought to become a favorite in many households. (Los Angeles Times)
This was a favorite of my kids growing up. Had to pick up a copy.Published 3 months ago by G. Ivanson
Best kids book out there. It has a moral on how to be nice. Read it to my kids. Grandkids . Great grandkids.Published 4 months ago by Diane C Austin
A delightful story that should be shared and speaks to children of many ages. It's easy to be grumpy but a little kindness and a few smiles go a long way to change the lives of any... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Playing Around
My four-year-old grandson loves this story -- he had me read it over and over again -- and then again. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Redarbor
One of my favorite kids books. The mom beats the furniture and makes stick and stone stew. Funny and charming.Published 13 months ago by Amazon Customer
The Little Brute Family is a whimsical, humorous tale of a family's transformation from grumpy to warm and fuzzy. Fun!Published 22 months ago by Judy Olson Gray
Gentle reminder that there are wandering good feelings all around us to be found if we only look for them!Published on June 15, 2013 by Linda Jeffries-summers