Catalina Magdalena Hoopensteiner Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan Was Her Name

Written by Tedd Arnold • Illustrated by Tedd Arnold

Reviewed by RachaelM (age 6)

There once was a girl named Catalina Maddalena Wallendiner Hogan Logan Bogan. She had two hairs and two teeth. She liked to pick her nose with her fingers and her toes. Her feet smell better than her breath. She added Smith to her long, long name.

I liked the book a lot. My favorite part was when she got married because it was exciting. Catalina was the only character. This book was a lot different from other books because I never saw a book just about one person. The pictures are very bright and colorful. The book was very funny and it made me think of babies.

Little kids would enjoy this book. So would my brother. Thank you LeahF for helping me.

(This review was dictated to a 5th grade Reading Buddy.)

RachaelM is a student in Mrs. B.'s Kindergarten Class
2004-2005