Monday, 24 March 2014

Don't Call Me Sweet by Smriti Prasadam Halls & Angie Rozelaar

My Review

Don't call me sweet is a gorgeous story full of fun and humour!

We have a mischievous little monster, who wants to be seen as scary, slimy and stinky....definitely not sweet! He stomps around getting stinky, dirty and demanding not be called sweet....until he bumps into something rather big and scary!

An oh how the tables turn...our terrifying little monster wants to be....sweet! I wonder why?

Kids always want to be big boys and girls, and they don't like to to be babied. This fantastic story pushes the don't grow up too fast point home to all those little devils that are in a rush to grow up too quickly!

The artwork really is wonderful and we delighted in all of the icky sticky things the super cute little monster got up to.

Don't Call Me Sweet really is quite a sweet book that will have kids (and adults) grinning from ear to ear! It's also the perfect story for showcasing your different voices - so read it out loud and with great enthusiasm.

5 / 5 Stars!

*Special thanks to Bloomsbury for the review copy*

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