Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Clutter Cut byLester Lex

If you want a book to help your child see the joy of giving away things that they are no longer using then this is the book for you.  It has even made me think that I need to cut some clutter out of my own lil' world.  I'm needing to do some serious Spring cleaning and weeding of things in my house now.  Clutter Cut is a cute way to help your child decide that maybe it is ok to get rid of the toys that I am not playing with any longer. Could also use the book as an eye-spy and see if your child can find things that you spy in the illustrations.  Each page is very busy with clutter that needs to be cut. 

Open Cloot’s door and it’s quite revealing.
Clutter, clutter right up to the ceiling.
If he hadn’t a roof it would rise to the sky.
Will Cloot part with some? He doesn’t see why! One day Cloot’s dad peers into his room to see a mountain of unused toys.
Together they form Clutter Cut, Inc. and get a box ready to be filled.
Cloot spends hours in a jam though—
which toys will go and which ones will stay.
There’s nothing great about giving toys away— or is there…?

About the Artist:

“Ever since I was a little boy I have loved cartoons. It’s not as bad for you as they say, because from them I developed a passion to draw and this is what I now do. And when I’m not drawing I still watch cartoons.” Guillermo Piloto

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A copy of this book was provided for this review by Pump up your Book tours



Cheryl said...

Thanks for reviewing Clutter Cut, Inc. I'm glad you enjoyed it. I thought it was really cute too. I hope your readers check it out.

Guillermo Piloto said...

I'm Guillermo the illustrator. Just wanted to stop by and say hello! Thank you for the great review, if you have any question, feel free to sent them my way! Bye for now