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I Love My New Toy!: 10/17/13

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I Love My New Toy! by Mo Willems is the sixth Elephant and Piggie book. One of the best things about this series is that they can be read out of order. Given how popular they are at the library, chances are you will be reading them out of order!

Piggie has gotten a new toy. She loves it. She's eager to share it with Gerald. But she has no idea what it does. So when it looks like Gerald has broken it, things get a little awkward.

I don't think there's a single sad Elephant and Piggie book. Even when it looks like something bad has happened, Willems pulls a surprise ending out of his pocket. I Love My New Toy! does just that and it's both hilarious and charming.

Five stars

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