Official Review: Chubby Wubbles by M. J. Abrams

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Re: Official Review: Chubby Wubbles by M. J. Abrams

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Thanks for the review. I would definitely read the book to my children

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This children's book is quite unique; I should give it a try.
Thanks for the review.

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Thanks for your review. I enjoyed how clear you were about what you liked and didn't liked. I especially appreciate you discussing the problems with the point of view being confusing.

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I think this would be a good Children's book .Smaller kids would learn from comparing the words to the pictures.

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Great review. Children will probably enjoy reading this novel especially because of the illustrations.
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I have never considered a ferret as a pet, but this book changed my perspective. It sounds like a great read for children. Thank you for the recommendation!
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This book sounds like a perfect gift for my young brothers and sisters. It's a great review!

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Official Review: Chubby Wubbles by M. J. Abrams is a lovely description of the story of the book! All the relevant points of the story have been explained with equal emphasis in the review! The picture book is a good learning exercise for me!

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I find the review very precise and accurate. I enjoyed the pictures in the sample pages I read through but also felt that the plot was rushed.

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This is quite a charming children's book. My 3-year old niece will enjoy it. Congratulations on BOTD. Thanks for your amazing review.
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With only 24 pages, of which where more of illustrations, I'm at a loss as to how the content would be valuable among children of today. However, the illustrations were good, especially for an unfamiliar concept.

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This is a great review! You have incorporated your opinion in the review, while you have also described the summary of the plot.

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I noticed, too, that the story told a lot more than showed. The photograph illustrations seem perfect for a child wanting to know what a ferret looks like. It makes the story more real. Great review.
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I think kids would love the illustrations and the idea of a pet ferret looking for his missing playmate. However, the plotline could be further developed so that Chubby might become the feature character in a book series. Thanks for your review!
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I think this book will change how children view ferrets and even make them have some as their own pets. Thank you for the wonderful review!

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