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Sofa Boy

Sofa Boy
Sofa Boy
Reads: 
916
Pages: 
42
Average: 4.6 (15 votes)
4.6

A young boy discovers that lounging on his sofa playing video games around the clock isn't all it's cracked up to be. His lack of attention to basic hygiene, fresh air and exercise wreaks havok on his young body, and before long our little lad becomes a prisoner of his own design (and the fascination of many an on-looker) as he becomes joined at the hip with his increasingly disgusting environment. Sofa Boy is a humorous and beautifully illustrated lesson-learned about MODERATION. And one that goes down easily...with a warm and hearty chuckle.

Reviews

carverwildcats's picture
yes back
Tbabineaux102's picture
it was good but, i thought that he was going to be able to get up because he learned his lesson. i would have liked to see that happen in the story, other than that it was great.
madipowell's picture
i think it is going to good,i haven't read it yet.
conall's picture
I think that boy made a dumb decision to play video games all 24 hours of the day. and once he learned his lesson, I felt bad for him, but everyone in the whole world knows that story is fake. nobody can root into a couch. I like how the book is funny though. The funniest part that I like is the museum part and if you lean in closely you can still hear his cats meow.
michi's picture
this book gave mi a leason,to not be all the day in a sofa and watch tv,the boy was almost like my setpsister
Ethan's picture
Nice little book with a good flow. My 5 year old really enjoyed it.. Thanks

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Pages: 42
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-0-615-25125-7
Categories: Daddy & Me, Fantasy, Lessons
Features: Illustrations, Narrations
Keywords: fairy tale, dark, funny, play, humorous, boys, video games, games, moderation, grimm
Date Added: May 10, 2011
Moonbeam Children's Book Award