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Reviewed by Nancy Tobin for Readers' Favorite
It doesn’t take much time to have Frizzle win your heart as a sweet blue frizzle from Happy Town, USA. Frizzle Meets Frazzle in France by Rhonda Goodall is cute, entertaining, and educational. I loved this heartwarming book for its charming appeal for early readers, and it’s educational for older kids. Frizzle learns when boarding the wrong flight that he can learn the best lessons in hard times. He meets helpful and kind people who come to his assistance in troubling moments. Children can learn along with Frizzle about airplane flights, France, a little French language, and French food. While Frizzle is happily enjoying France, the reader is pleasantly surprised by the introduction of Frazzle in a fun way. Who knew there could be two adorable blue Frizzles in the world? And two Frizzles with two similar stories? It was meant to be.
Positive messages flow from this book about Frizzle and Frazzle trying new things as they experience life in France together. This is a happy book with happy messages (the houses in Happy Town are smiling), as the illustrations are funny and meaningful. The fact that the author is also the illustrator enables the reader to follow the story perfectly. Frizzle and Frazzle made me smile. Whether read as a bedtime story or in the classroom to young or older readers, Frizzle Meets Frazzle in France by Rhonda Goodall will delight the storyteller and children everywhere.