I write in rhyme, most of the time ~ but not always
That IS funny!!Even though he's harsh, I like that he films what he thinks about books!
Hey, at least he's passionate about something! I think he's a riot!!
Looks like a bitter contest loser to me. :)
He sure had a hard time with both the languages there, didn't he. :)It was a little odd that he kept looking off to someone out of the camera's view though, like maybe he was being coached. Not sure, but one thing's for sure, he didn't buy it. It came free in the Cheerios box, right... Or am I wrong about that?
It's funny that he didn't know it was Spanish. You're right - it was free in the Cheerios. Even if it wasn't, his parents would have paid for it so it would be free for him :-) I'd like to think he wasn't coached - that would ruin it for me :-)
Rachel - LOL!
That's funny. I guess he's on his way to being a book critic.
Wonder if he has the same feelings about Cheerios. Hmmmmm....
That is priceless--I guess you know you've really made it when you get your first negative review! Love the "who would want to read about talking animals?" line. Because NO ONE else has ever done that, right?
Carl - I see Kirkus in his future Leslie - If he didn't like Cheerios, I'm sure we'd hear about itRuth - I know, what was I thinking, writing about talking animals?!
Hey Lori, I posted an award for you at my blog.
OMG how cute is that?? I followed you over here from Readatouille, and your book looks adorable! Congrats on the Cheerios contest!
I know, Susan, isn't it the best? Thanks for the comment!
Too funny, Lori! This kid should be in a Cheerios commercial! :)Nelsa
Ruth, I missed your comment earlier. Thanks so much for the award! Am I supposed to pass it on to other bloggers like you did?Nelsa, He really should, he cracks me up!
Yes, Lori, you can click on the picture and copy it to your computer, then put it on your blog. Feel free to bestow it on three bloggers you like--that seems to be how it's done. :)