The Calder Family and Other Critters: Portraits and Reflections

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This book was about this person who was talking about all these other people, like for instance her dad. Her dad was really inventive, and her mother was very good at making dresses and dancing around. Also, for instance, it is about a rat who is a very good writer. I like the pictures very much, but it’s just not a book for me; it’s not a children’s book. My mother thought it would be fun for me, but you can never judge a book by its cover; you have to look inside to see what it’s about. It’s about all her friends and family and relations, and all the people in her life. She painted pictures of them as an animal, like her dad was a lion. And then it tells all about the people. But it is too much to read, and my mother couldn’t read all of it to me, although she read most of it to me. But I didn’t want her to, because it was very boring to me, because I don’t know the people and there weren’t enough pictures and its just… it’s not a book for me.

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Author Sandra Calder Davidson, Jed Perl, Introduction
Star Count 2/5
Format Hard
Page Count 112 pages
Publisher Arcade Publishing
Publish Date 11/1/2013
ISBN 9781611458978
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Issue March 2014
Category Tweens


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