Book review: Llama Llama and the Bully Goat
Llama, Kitty, Rhino and Sheep, plus a few more animal friends, get along just fine. On the other hand, Gilroy the Goat has a hard time behaving. From poking fun, to pushing, to name calling Gilroy has failed the friendship test. Gilroy is a BULLY GOAT!
Not to worry, though. Thanks to Llamas teacher, a fabulously drawn zebra and my sons favorite character in the book Gilroys behavior is corrected after a long time-out. From there, the book continues with spot-on rhymes that Ms. Dewdney does, oh, so well.
The recommended age for this picture book is two and up. A few of Annas other Llama Llama favorites are: LLAMA LLAMA TIME TO SHARE, LLAMA LLAMA HOME WITH MAMA and LLAMA LLAMA MAD AT MAMA.
Until next time, keep reading away!
Read Dorothy's other suggested reads here: The Day the Crayons Quit
Dorothy H. Price is a wife, mother of two, editor, aspiring childrens author and mompreneur. Her Charlotte based Young Authors Program ( youngauthorsprogram.blogspot.com) provides fun and exciting creative writing sessions for kids.
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