Book Review for Scott Gibson

The Pink Toot
Scott Gibson

This is a wonderfully hilarious story that kids will find extremely engaging. It is guaranteed to keep them in stitches and glued to the outcome of the story.

Torrie Mae Twiddle just turned 9 years old. She had a big party filled with pink balloons, pink toys, pink streamers, and pink tables. There was also a pink frosted cake, pink ice cream, pink mints, and pink cookies. Could Torrie Mae digest all of this pink food without getting ill?

The next day she went to school, and started having stomach cramps. They were so bad that she had to leave the classroom. While out in the hallway, she finally was able to deal with her problem. The good news is that after a few minutes she felt better. Her stomach wasn’t sore anymore. But she developed new problems that would get her into even more trouble.

You see poor Torrie Mae produced some pink gas bubbles that floated all over the school hallway. She just couldn’t contain them! The teacher finally got all upset with Torrie Mae and sent her to the principal’s office. He screamed at her and was so upset with her that he called Torrie Mae’s mother. How could she tell her mother what happened? And what would Torrie Mae finally do with the pink gas bubble? Could she take it home with her?

This book is so full of vivid imagery, it will transport every child’s imagination. It will also teach kids that even the most embarrassing things can be transformed into something as wonderful and beautiful as sunsets and early dawn mornings.

Rating:  5 stars

Irene S. Roth
Author and Editor

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I am a freelance writer for adolescent girls. I love delving into the topics of self-esteem and self-confidence for girls. I find this writing really meaningful. This blog is devoted to girls and their issues.
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