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30 review for Hey, Declutter Train! (Help Children To Clean Their Room: Picture Book for Kids Ages 4-8)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Lilith Day

    When all good things come to an end, Jonny was left to clean his room by himself. Overwehelemd by the mess, he decided the best thing to do was to push it under his bed. Just as he thought he was done, his toys came to life. Through some nice lessons on sorting, they taught him to organize and put his toys back where they belonged. Pros: This book teaches a few important lessons. The first is about keeping his roo clean. The second is about doing it the right way. He needed to get his room back i When all good things come to an end, Jonny was left to clean his room by himself. Overwehelemd by the mess, he decided the best thing to do was to push it under his bed. Just as he thought he was done, his toys came to life. Through some nice lessons on sorting, they taught him to organize and put his toys back where they belonged. Pros: This book teaches a few important lessons. The first is about keeping his roo clean. The second is about doing it the right way. He needed to get his room back in order and this time he learned how to organize the toys and put them back where they belonged. Cons: I can tell this book had some nice rhyming to it. However, the flow did not work for me. When I read this book out loud, some paragraphs followed a nice rhythm and others did not. My Overall Opinion: I am a huge fan of books with a good lesson. I love reading to my learners and finishing off with a deep conversation. This book will give us a nice start. I received this book in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are mine and were in no way influenced by outside sources. I am a professional blogger at Little Lady Plays

  2. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Ann

    Jonny enjoys playing in his room with his toys. When his mother calls him for a snack, she reminds him that he must clean up and put each toy back in its proper place. At first, he is tempted to push all the toys under the bed, but then he feels guilty about that when his train begins talking to him. Jonny realizes each of his toys deserves respect. Each hops aboard the train. As the train chugs around the room, the toys find their way back to their proper resting place. Jonny smiles at himself Jonny enjoys playing in his room with his toys. When his mother calls him for a snack, she reminds him that he must clean up and put each toy back in its proper place. At first, he is tempted to push all the toys under the bed, but then he feels guilty about that when his train begins talking to him. Jonny realizes each of his toys deserves respect. Each hops aboard the train. As the train chugs around the room, the toys find their way back to their proper resting place. Jonny smiles at himself with satisfaction and realizes that his mother was right. This is a nice tale that can be used to teach the importance of being responsible to take care of one's possessions and the process of growing up. The tale is told in rhyme. There are some advanced vocabulary words like disembarked and disgruntled, which will need to be explained to younger children.

  3. 4 out of 5

    kathy

    What parent doesn't get frustrated when their young children don't pick up their rooms? I remember when my kids were young & toys were always scattered all over! This book addresses this very common issue. The author cleverly uses a train that the toys hop on & arrive at their places where they belong (instead of under the bed where the young boy was very tempted to put his toys!!). The use of rhyming sentences is also a nice tool in this book which makes the story flow. I have a 6 yr old grands What parent doesn't get frustrated when their young children don't pick up their rooms? I remember when my kids were young & toys were always scattered all over! This book addresses this very common issue. The author cleverly uses a train that the toys hop on & arrive at their places where they belong (instead of under the bed where the young boy was very tempted to put his toys!!). The use of rhyming sentences is also a nice tool in this book which makes the story flow. I have a 6 yr old grandson. I will be sharing this book with him & his mother when I see them next!! I know this is an issue for my grandson! The illustrations are wonderful & well done to capture the imagination of young listeners & readers. I received a complimentary copy & this review is my own

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mina Anguelova

    A professionally made book that intends to teach kids to clean their room. A toy train brings some sense and fun into this chore imposed to a kid by his mom. I enjoyed the illustrations a lot. Made in a very competent cartoon style. I thought they were fun, fresh, very clear and engaging. I was sorry not to find the name of the illustrator anywhere in the book. A nice book for kids ages 4-8.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Ricardo Puentes

    Fun way to remind your kiddos an important lesson What a fun way to remind your kiddos that all their toys have a special place for each and every single one. My daughter enjoyed the illustrations and the storyline and I enjoyed the lesson. Win win. “Dad, trains DO talk”

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    Joa

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    Mari

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    Meagan West

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    Tressan Moore

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    Umar Nazir

  13. 4 out of 5

    Shaneka L. Valdez

  14. 4 out of 5

    Tanja

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    Zachary Harless

  18. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Kirby

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    Amanda Clark

  20. 5 out of 5

    kristle

  21. 5 out of 5

    Steven Adkison

  22. 4 out of 5

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  23. 4 out of 5

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    Katie

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    Laura E. Mackey

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    Christine Miyabe

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    Sandeep

  29. 4 out of 5

    Darlene Messenger

  30. 4 out of 5

    S. Dunn

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