Please ask the publisher to bring this book back to print!
Among the Brute family, parents and children suffer a self-perpetuating attitude malignancy until a solitary "good feeling" enters the picture.
I'm hoping that it will be one of their favorites when they are adults remembering fond memories of reading books with Mom and Dad.
One of my favorite kids books. The mom beats the furniture and makes stick and stone stew. Funny and charming.Published 1 month ago by Julia Acuna
The Little Brute Family is a whimsical, humorous tale of a family's transformation from grumpy to warm and fuzzy. Fun!Published 10 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 14 months ago by Linda Jeffries-summers
I stumbled across the Little Brute Family in the library with my first daughter 45 years ago and when we read it, she and all the adults enjoyed it. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Jerry Pogue
My kids love this story and want me to read it over and over again. My seven year old can read it with help.Published 18 months ago by Paula M. Gamble
We had a copy of this book when my daughter was little but lost it somewhere so finding it here on amazon was great! Ordered one for her to read with her family.Published 20 months ago by Michelle S Pennington
This is a lovely story with a beautiful message. My son really likes listening to it over and over again.Published on August 3, 2011 by Maggie
Like many others have mentioned, this book is all that is good about a kid book. My sister had it as a child (c1972!) and we both loved it! Read morePublished on January 11, 2011 by Lauri Drosendahl
This book is an example of an "oldie but goodie". As a teacher I have shared this book often with children from three to ten. Read morePublished on January 9, 2010 by Kathleen B. Jacobs