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Boo and Baa on a Cleaning Spree Hardcover – April 30, 1997
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Anyone who is familiar with Boo and Baa's rather chaotic adventures in Boo and Baa in the Woods, Boo and Baa at Sea, Boo and Baa Get Wet, and others in the series, will not be surprised to discover that their attempts to clean house go hilariously awry. When Boo vacuums up his sock, the flighty sheep apply their questionable logic to the problem, deciding to open up the vacuum cleaner and dump the contents of the bag on the just-cleaned floor. "There's your sock!" says Baa, unaware of the cloud of dirt rising to fill the room.
For tots with a thing for vacuum cleaners, Boo and Baa on a Cleaning Spree will be a dream come true. Boo and Baa's hilarious brand of straight-faced humor and silly misadventures have enormous appeal for preschoolers, whether domestically inclined or not. (Baby to preschool) --Emilie Coulter
From School Library Journal
PreS. Two further misadventures of the hapless sheep introduced in Boo and Baa in a Party Mood and Boo and Baa in Windy Weather (both R & S, 1996). In the first book, the pair are able to solve one problem (how to row a boat) but not another (getting the boat off a rock). In Cleaning Spree, the sheep create havoc cleaning their room. In both titles, situations are presented and then resolved by coincidences beyond the lambs' understanding. Unfortunately, toddlers likely to pick up these books will be just as clueless and the happy endings will have to be explained to them. Readers old enough to comprehend the weak humor device will find the format too similar to board books for their tastes. Comparisons with Nancy Shaw's superior sheep books are inevitable. Nevertheless, children will find Boo and Baa mildly appealing, with their goggle-eyes, their broad comic gesturing, and their tendency to fall-down-go-boom.?Darla Remple, Worcester Public Library, MA
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