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A Kid’s View: Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll

Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll, Vol. 1 | By Yumi Tsukirino | VIZ Media | Rated All-Ages

Fluffy, Fluffy Cinnamoroll is about these puppies who go on adventures and help each other out. Cinnamoroll has big, fluffy ears that help him fly. He uses these ears to help people and get things from tall places.

I did not like the part when they had to go into the basement and the puppies were scaring each other. I thought there was a real ghost and something bad was about to happen. I also didn’t like that sometimes they don’t tell you what happens to the puppies at the end. I liked Cinnamoroll and Milk the best because Cinnamoroll helped the puppies out numerous times and I like Milk because he is so cute.

It wasn’t a really funny book. I just wanted to know what came next in the book. I longed to know what happened.

Some of the names were hard to pronounce, but there wasn’t anything I didn’t understand.

I liked this book. I would recommend it to first through fifth graders.

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About Jia Li

Jia Li is in third grade and enjoys singing and jumping on her trampoline. Her favorite subject in school is science. She is also on a competition cheer team and loves tumbling. She would like to grow up to be a veterinarian, a teacher or a star.

Comments

  1. Of course I love this review…. but I’m not unbiased. Loved the “longed” line especially. A good sign.

  2. It sounds really cute! Thanks for the review. : )

  3. I liked that you said which parts you liked the best and which parts didn’t work for you.



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