Tiny Hamster Is a Giant Monster

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Tiny Hamster is a tiny hamster who wants to eat a Chipotle burrito, but he eats a bag that says “evil green ooze” on it instead. As he tastes it, there is a drawing of a bolt of lightning. He turns into a big monster. (He is a real hamster. His costume is hilarious. They made his costume with glitter glue.) He’s hungry. He eats trees (lettuce on toilet paper tubes). He eats a train. (The train is made of corn.) He also eats a billboard with a burrito on it – and a skyscraper. What will he eat next? Will he stay a monster and eat more cities? Read the book to find out.

My favorite picture is the one on the cover. He’s in the street with tiny cars. (How many toy cars do they have?) They are driving like there is no monster terrorizing them.

This book is cute. They made things out of food, and a real hamster ate them. They are real pictures, and they draw on them just a little bit. This is a good book for all ages. Can I read this book myself? Yes, I can. I want to read more Tiny Hamster books!

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Author Joel Jensen, Joseph Matsushima, Amy Matsushima
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Publish Date 02-Jun-2015
ISBN 9781481451109
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Issue August 2015
Category Children's


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