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Toys Go Out by E. Lockhart

Updated: Jan 9, 2022


Have you ever wondered what your toys do when you are not looking? Well, wonder no more! This book narrates the tale of three special toys: Stingray, Lumphy, and Plastic. Through six exciting chapters, Toys Go Out describes six of the toys' most thrilling adventures.




AGE RANGE KIDS




THEMES

Toys

Family

Comedy




OVERALL RATING 7/10

This is one of the books I read with my younger book club, so not only do I have my own opinions, I have the opinions of kids, too (read more about the book clubs here). First, my own thoughts, though. I thought Toys Go Out was a good book. It often reminded me of Winnie the Pooh in the way it was written, and I think it is wonderful for a family read with young kids. There really wasn't anything wrong with the book, it just wasn't really that exciting. I think the kids in the book club felt the same way - it was funny and sweet, but maybe not the most interesting. It is also not really a continuous story - more like a collection of short stories. Overall it's a nice book, but not particularly amazing. The kids in the book club rated it as a four out of six (or 'OK' on our book-rating scale).




PROS

Funny

Sweet

Happy




CONS

Just not that interesting

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