Kuma-Kuma Chan’s Home by Kazue Takahashi
I really wanted to fall in love with Kuma-Kuma and get invited to his house, his bear-y nice house.. The illustrations are fantastic, artsy and remind me in a way of those fun fingerprint drawings but the story line is flat for me. It just didn’t go there and just like the beginning of the book where they are a tad bored and experiencing awkward silence that is how I felt reading as well. This series could be positioned for earlier reader books with a little different phrasing perhaps. That said, I will check out the next Kuma-Kuma because I appreciate the different setting and characters.
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I received a electronic copy of this book to review but I was not financially compensated, nor required to say something positive, in any way. The opinions expressed are my own and are based on my experience and observations while reading this book.