Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Clutter Cut by Lester Lex

Clutter Cut

Lester Lex
Illustrated by Guillermo Piloto

Young Cloot is doing what many kids do.. acquiring far too many toys! With toys littering his floor, under his bed, in his closet and in the shed, Dad has decided it is time to do some weeding. Cloot must decide which toys to give away. Mountains of toys, some need new batteries, others are torn or old. Cloot must choose some to put in the Help Out box to take to the kids at the hospital.
Told in rhyme, with detailed clutter!

The illustrations are like an I Spy as we read the words by Lester Lex. The reader looks over the clutter in the illustration to find the toy Lex mentions. Bright and vibrant pictures keep the kids attention well beyond when you need to turn the page to keep reading!

The toys cry out to Cloot saying don't get rid of me, and these darling toys even transform into sad faces with begging eyes!

Great starting point to get our own children to cut the clutter!!

I received a copy of this book from Pump Up Your Book in exchange for an honest review.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for this great review. It's an adorable book. I hope your readers check it out.