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A Comic Book for Kids - Cutie Pie Goes to the Zoo! More adventures from Cutie Pie as she meets all the friendly animals at the local zoo.


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A Comic Book for Kids - Cutie Pie Goes to the Zoo! More adventures from Cutie Pie as she meets all the friendly animals at the local zoo.

20 review for Cutie Pie Goes to the Zoo (Comic Strips 2)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    Cutie Pie Goes to the Zoo by J.R. Finkle is a short children's book for ages 4-8 that is in a comic strip style format. Although the images are in color, there are usually two to a page and they are not big at all. On my Kindle it takes maybe three quarters of the screen for length and maybe half the screen wide and there is no making them bigger/expanding them. Even though they are colored cheerfully and the images are good, (monkeys look like monkeys and kangaroos like kangaroos) they don't ho Cutie Pie Goes to the Zoo by J.R. Finkle is a short children's book for ages 4-8 that is in a comic strip style format. Although the images are in color, there are usually two to a page and they are not big at all. On my Kindle it takes maybe three quarters of the screen for length and maybe half the screen wide and there is no making them bigger/expanding them. Even though they are colored cheerfully and the images are good, (monkeys look like monkeys and kangaroos like kangaroos) they don't hold the attention of my 4 and 6 year old grandchildren like most children's books do. They don't seem as interested in the images as much as all the books I read to them in the past that were not in this comic book style and I am only guessing but I have a feeling that the size does matter to them. The reason I say this is because as I said, the images themselves are quite good, as is the color, so it only leaves the size. Another thing that may not be appealing to my grandchildren is that the story is told in talk/thought bubbles and the whole story although I found very funny (especially since we have a zoo visit planned in two days) they didn't seem to get why she is so bad. Cutie does things like going into the cages with the animals and instead of my grandchildren laughing or finding any kind of amusement out of her behavior (more accurately, her parents reactions to what she is doing) they thought she was bad and should go to time out. There are pages you can either print out for your child to color or they can do them on-line and the author gives the link. I tried to get the PDF file so I could print it out but was unable to. When I click the image I do see where Amazon is selling the coloring book so that leads me to believe that this limited-time offer for the free coloring book did end. The story itself is just for fun, there is no moral to it unless you want to count what Cuties' parents go through and in that case it would be for parents not to take their kids to the zoo or you will need a vacation when you get home since Cutie Pie appears to be an out of control child who sneaks off and does things she shouldn't (although she doesn't seem to understand why). I really didn't feel that this is the kind of story for my young grandchildren since I don't want them to think if they did something like what Cutie does I would find it even one bit funny. I know the author intended this to just be fun to read but for the above reasons reasons I wouldn't recommend it for young children. Maybe a more exposed 7 and 8 year old would get more enjoyment out of it and understand it more (the way the author intended) but not a 4-6 year old.

  2. 4 out of 5

    L.A.

    Cutie Pie Goes to the Zoo: A Great Children’s Comic Book (Comic Strips 2) by J.R. Finkle is for ages 4 -8, grades k-4, and has approximately 26 pages. The first edition is Cutie Pie Goes Shopping and has the same format. The drawings and book cover is adorable and fun and completely captures the whimsy of the story. There is also a free, limited time bonus, available (at least in my kindle version) for either a PDF coloring book download or access to their online coloring book. Finkle has referre Cutie Pie Goes to the Zoo: A Great Children’s Comic Book (Comic Strips 2) by J.R. Finkle is for ages 4 -8, grades k-4, and has approximately 26 pages. The first edition is Cutie Pie Goes Shopping and has the same format. The drawings and book cover is adorable and fun and completely captures the whimsy of the story. There is also a free, limited time bonus, available (at least in my kindle version) for either a PDF coloring book download or access to their online coloring book. Finkle has referred to her comic strips as vintage and I have to agree. They capture everything silly and outrageously fun that a young child would love. I hope she has plenty more books in the works. Highly recommended.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Julie Baswell

    This was a darling little comic book. I loved the innocence of Cutie Pie. Since she had never been to the zoo before, her antics were spot on. Even the parents were funny. In fact, it reminded me so much of Dennis the Menace, and the trouble he gets into. It’s great that you can download a pdf of the coloring book. I can see where kids that age would like that. That would be especially good for preschool learning. Even the interactive version is entertaining. I’m no longer a kid, but I enjoyed This was a darling little comic book. I loved the innocence of Cutie Pie. Since she had never been to the zoo before, her antics were spot on. Even the parents were funny. In fact, it reminded me so much of Dennis the Menace, and the trouble he gets into. It’s great that you can download a pdf of the coloring book. I can see where kids that age would like that. That would be especially good for preschool learning. Even the interactive version is entertaining. I’m no longer a kid, but I enjoyed it.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Alysha McGarr

  5. 4 out of 5

    Advay Kunte

  6. 5 out of 5

    Aakriti Singh

  7. 5 out of 5

    mikenna thorn

  8. 4 out of 5

    Aadhya

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ritvik Arya

  10. 5 out of 5

    rado

  11. 5 out of 5

    Anna Brooks

  12. 5 out of 5

    Maxwell Webb

  13. 5 out of 5

    Terry L. McGhee

  14. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

  15. 4 out of 5

    priyanshu srivastava

  16. 4 out of 5

    Phillip

  17. 5 out of 5

    Gayathry

  18. 4 out of 5

    Bir Bagga

  19. 5 out of 5

    Farah Alseoud

  20. 4 out of 5

    Mrs B Mitra

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