Two Little Boys From Toolittle Toys
Vincent X. Kirsch
Bloomsbury, 2010 (2010)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
udy and Ridley's parents own the Toolittle Toy Company. The brothers have the super cool job of testing all the new toys in the firm's toy laboratory. But then one day Rudy tells his little brother that he'll have to do all the testing by himself.
udy is too old to just play with toys. He feels it is time for him to take toy making seriously. What happens next is a disaster for the company. When Rudy decides to take all the toys apart to see how they work, he discovers he doesn't know how to put them back together.
nly the mysterious Toolittle, Zigzagging Giggle-Wiggler will be able to salvage the situation and get everything back together. You'll be surprised to discover who or what the odd looking, yellow and green Giggle-Wiggler really is, but I'll let you find out for yourself.
he illustrations of the fanciful toys Vincent Kirsch creates for this picture are part of the fun of reading the story. You'll find a Pictionary of them at the back of the book with a short description of each one. The challenge is to see if you can find them hidden in the story.
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