by Robert Munsch Illustrated by Michael Martchenko
Reviewed by NiaK (age 6)
NiaK is a student in Mrs. B.'s Kindergarten Class
This book is about a boy named Christopher who loves play clay. He makes play clay cookies and gives them to his mom and dad. They thought they were real so they ate them. When Christopher goes off to school, his mom and dad tell the teacher that he is giving people play clay cookies. Will Christopher's teacher solve the problem?
The lesson in this story is don't give people play clay cookies. I liked this book because I thought it was funny. My favorite character was Christopher because he gave people play clay cookies. The pictures were cool because they were colorful.
I would recommend this book to people who like to play with clay. Thanks to KatieC, my Reading Buddy, for helping me!
(This review was dictated to a 5th grade Reading Buddy.)