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Kids Fiction
Overall rating 
 
4.0
Plot/Characters/Writing Style 
 
3.0
Illustrations/Photos (if applicable) 
 
5.0

Very Silly Story

CLAUDE ON THE BIG SCREEN features a dog named Claude and his best friend, which is a sock named Sir Bobblysock. The two of them do very important things in very important ways. As Claude is hanging his clothes up to dry, he spots a gorilla which is very out of the ordinary.

Claude and Sir Bobblysock decide to investigate and find themselves on a very glamorous movie set. There's a lot of fun to be had there with all of the cameras, lights, and wigs. It isn't long before Claude and Sir Bobblysock become the new stars of the movie.

This is a very silly book for children. The illustrations pop off the page and Claude and Sir Bobblysock bring a lot of humor into the plot. There aren't any morals or lessons to learn, but this is the perfect story for those children who like something out of the box and funny.


Final Verdict: This book was definitely written to entertain children, so it's perfect for those who like dogs and silly stories.

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