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Peterrific by Victoria Kann
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Pinkalicious' little brother Peter gets his turn in the spotlight in this latest picture-book from author/illustrator Victoria Kann. Determined to build a high tower with his blocks, a tower that will reach the stars, Peter gets higher and higher. But what will happen when he is so high that he can no longer interact with his family? Seeing the moon up-close may be appealing, but only when he can share the news with Pinkalicious...

As someone who doesn't particularly like the Pinkalicious series - I find the stories poorly written, the artwork flat and unappealing, and the main character obnoxious - but who read them all as part of a project, I went into Peterrific with low expectations. I did find it moderately more tolerable than the other books in the series, probably because it featured a different protagonist, but it still felt mostly mediocre, and wholly uninspiring. I continue to feel puzzled by the success of these books. Still, to each their own. If you have young children who enjoy these stories, perhaps they might want to give this one a try as well. ( )
  AbigailAdams26 | May 25, 2018 |
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Publisher Annotation: Peter loves to build with blocks. One day, he decides to build a tower that will reach the moon, and he wants to do it all by himself. Will the moon be made of cheese? Can he catch a shooting star? As Peter climbs higher and higher into space, he discovers he doesn?t have a way down! He?ll have to figure out what to do next?all by himself.… (more)

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