Dad of Divas' Reviews: Book Review - Ruffleclaw

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Book Review - Ruffleclaw


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About the Book
The beloved and bestselling author of Inkheart returns with a chapter book full of mischief, heart, hilarious illustrations, and pet monsters!

Goodbye, earthworms. Hello, chocolate cake!

Ruffleclaw is a furry red monster who lives under a toolshed, and he’s sick of eating bugs. When he decides to move in with a family of humans, he climbs right into bed with a boy named Tommy. Tommy wants to keep Ruffleclaw as a pet, but it won’t be easy. Ruffleclaw makes huge messes—he spits, he drinks shampoo, and he eats everything in the fridge . . . along with the plates! Can Tommy teach his monster to behave?

Cornelia Funke’s signature touch of imagination and humor delights young readers in her chapter books—Emma and the Blue Genie, The Pirate Pig, and Ruffleclaw.

My Take on the Book
This was such an imaginative, creative book that has such cool creatures. The book has an amazing cool character that my girls loved. While Ruffleclaw gets into a ton of trouble he still is a ton of fun. You will have to read along to see whether Tommy can teach Ruffleclaw to behave.

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