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Crazy Clothes by Niki Yektai
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Crazy Clothes

by Niki Yektai

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I had mixed feelings about this book after reading it. I liked the book because the characters where very believable. The only two characters in the book were a small child and his mom. Throughout the book, the child was trying to dress himself but he couldn’t put his clothes on the right body part so he would argue with his clothes and pretend they had a mind of their own. Meanwhile the mother Is becoming more and more impatient because she has to get going and her son Patrick is taking to long. Both characters act as they would in the real word. I did not like this book because of the illustrations. The way the illustrations were drawn seems very messy and fast. The picture were colored with a watercolor style so the color did not always stay in the lines of the drawing making everything kind of blend together on the page. The illustrations did not seem to add anything to the book. The big idea of this book was about children becoming more independent and starting to do things themselves and just growing up in general. ( )
  CameronMoltz | Oct 3, 2016 |
This is a great book that teaches children through seeing how Patrick gets dressed by himself. He says the clothes are being crazy and want to be worn as other types of clothes. As an example he wears his pants on his head like a hat. In the end he tells his mother to close her eyes and count to 100 and when she was done he had his clothes on the right way. It shows children that they can dress themselves too and maybe their clothes will be crazy one day like Patrick's. The storyline is familiar to many children as well as parents that may be reading to younger children. The images are colorful and the print is larger for beginning readers.
  SKugle | Oct 9, 2013 |
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When Patrick tries to show his mother how well he can dress himself, his clothes become contrary and insist on going on the wrong parts of his body.

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