Cleo the Camel

Written by Kaley Owen and Illustrated by Graeme Holding

Storyline: Cleo is a very clever Camel who love to shop. The problem is, she doesn’t really know how it stop! She’ll buy anything and everything, whatever the cost. Video games, spy glasses, sock- the lot. Will Cleo ever be able to save her money?

Thoughts from a six-year-old: I noticed it’s a rhyming book! While you were reading it, I was getting worried about the stuff on her back getting heavier and heavier. So I wasn’t really so surprised when all the stuff fell, I saw it coming. Oh hey mom… (what?) what to you call a three humped camel? (Pregnant?) mom! you ruined my joke.. but yes. (You’re so funny, Continue with your review) okay. I like that Cleo learned to save her money, it’s much smarter. I liked the pictures in the book, they’re funny and colorful and now I want popcorn because of them. Hey… i just realized that the little mouse is on every page. Every. Single. Page! That’s fun. It’s like hide and seek! I love it.

Alright! Well, my daughter was a little more scatterbrained than usual this evening, and seems to forget that I have also watched zootopia….This book is quite adorable, I love how it rhymed. It made it really easy and fun to read. The story was cute and kept my kids attention the whole way through, which is always a bonus! I also really did enjoy the illustrations. They’re clean and simple and cute. I would absolutely recommend this children’s book! It’s so fun!

I rate this book

9/10 for story and 9/10 for illustrations

If you would like to Purchase this book you can find it Here

HAVE A FAMTABULOTASTIC DAY
Xoxo

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