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This is a totally captivating book, combining rhyme with the terrible twos and a gentle mama. It stuck in my mind and brought a smile to my face each time I thought of llama llama mad at mama in the shop-o-rama. It is guaranteed to engender a love for books and the joy they bring.
Publishers Weekly, 2007-07-16 The engagingly expressive and emotive protagonist of Llama Llama Red Pajama has another reason to be grumpy in this droll follow-up. Having survived bedtime in the earlier tale, Llama Llama here faces another childhood bugaboo: a shopping expedition. None too happy when Mama Llama drags him away from his toys, the overall-clad youngster discovers there's little to like at Shop-O-Rama: "Yucky music,/ great big feet./ Ladies smelling way too sweet./ Look at knees and stand in line./ Llama Llama starts to whine." Forced to try on itchy clothing and wait while Mama deliberates over food items, her increasingly disgruntled progeny decides, "It's no fun at Shop-O-Rama./ Llama Llama/ MAD at Mama!" Sitting in the shopping cart, he furiously throws would-be purchases on the ground, creating toddler-tickling mayhem and eliciting from Mama the tale's reassuring message: "Please stop fussing, little llama./ No more of this llama drama./ I think shopping's boring, too-/ but at least I'm here with you." After helping her offspring clean up the mess, Mama holds his hand as they push the cart together, finishing their shopping as a team. After Mama (in a parent-pleasing diversion) remembers where she left the car, they drive off ("Say good-bye to Shop-O-Rama") and are then seen happily holding ice cream cones ("Llama Llama/ loves his mama"). Snappy rhythm, pleasing rhyme and large-scale art-plus the easily identifiable experience depicted-make this an involving read-aloud, one that will leave kids and parents hoping Llama has many more adventures ahead. Ages 2-up. (Sept.) (c) Copyright PWxyz, LLC. All rights reserved
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