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Reviewed by Joy Hannabass for Readers' Favorite
Little Miss Grubby Toes' feet were always grubby because she never wore shoes. Outside, inside, all around, you would always find her without shoes. Her toes were the worst because she loved squishing them in the mud. Little Miss Grubby Toes was usually good at listening, except that one day when her good friend talked her into climbing high in a big oak tree in the yard to see the baby birds. She knew she wasn't supposed to go. She knew it would be disobeying her parents. She knew she would be in big trouble for a long time if she disobeyed her parents. But, she really wanted to see the baby birds. Was the temptation too much for Little Miss Grubby Toes? Did she give in and climb the tree with her friend? Ahh, but you need to read this amazing book to find answers.
I love children's books, and Little Miss Grubby Toes Gets Stuck in a Tree! by Eddie Price is an adorable book you do not want to miss for your child. The themes covered here on listening to and obeying your parents offer many valuable, profound lessons that will stay with your child for a long time as you read this book over and over to them. And the illustrations are so wonderfully placed throughout the book, perfect for each page. The cover is so beautiful children will love it. I love the characters, their faces almost have a comical look to them which makes them so adorable. This book is a must for all young school classes and the many places you will find children. And it would make an excellent gift.