Friday, 28 March 2014

Mi and Museum City by Linda Sarah

Review by The Mole

Museums in Museum City are stuffy, serious and dull. Mi meets Yu and they spend a day making music and dropping pebbles and come to the conclusion that there should be a museum of the fun things they have been doing. After being refused permission they get the mayor to join in a fun and silly time, and they get the permission they want.

This book has to be one of the busiest books I have ever seen. Each page is packed with pictures and words and fun. With many plays on words (Well 'Mi and Yu' for a start!), sentences that trail in all directions around pages and pictures that chase after the words.

Children will love picking this book up time and again and finding little bits of silliness that they missed the last time (and all those times before) like "birdsong scent" and "museum of stackable lions".

A lovely book that will keep children entertained as they try to find more things to laugh at and one to be shared along with laughs and smiles.

Publisher - Phoenix Yard Books
Genre - Children's picture book

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