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Looking For A Fun Children's Book? Read This: Fluffy's Book (Children's Book) Review



As you know, Lil Man will be 3 in March and books are a favorite part of our day. He loves his favorites, but he also loves looking at new books. Well, we got the chance to check out Fluffy's Book by Gabrielle Grande. 


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First of all, let me say that the concept behind this book is really cute. It's about a a little boy's slipper, Fluffy. And Fluffy gets lost going down the stairs. I don't want to give too much away, but the concept behind the book is really cute. 

I was really impressed with the illustrations in the book. The book itself is blue which got Lil Man's attention. But the illustrations are very bright bold colors. And Lil Man loved the bright colors. It was really pleasant to read. 

I'm not sure what the suggested age is for the book, but I think it was a little above Lil Man's grasp (at the age of almost 3). He was very much into the story line, and at times was a little frightened as to what was going to happy to Fluffy. This book ended with a cliff hanger. I can appreciate that in an adult book, but for a 3 year old, he kept asking "What happened? What happened?" So I'm not sure that was the best thing for a child. However, once the second book is released, it would be fun to tell Lil Man that we'll find out in the next book. So I think if I had the sequel it wouldn't be an issue. 

But since Lil Man was so concerned about what was going to happen next, I reassured him that all was well and he seemed satisfied with my answer. 

All in all, I am happy to add Fluffy's Book to our expanding library. If you are looking for a new children's book, check it out. It was a delightful read. 


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