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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Let us read the story of Little Box in Pandastic Catch: Little Box's Adventures by K.W. Tey. Little Box is actually a Little Boy who always walked with a box over himself and everyone named him Little Box. One night Little Box went to bed and he could not sleep. He was excited thinking about his zoo trip the next day and the wonderful animals he would see. Little Box's favorite animal was the Panda. He thought it was cute and cuddly and different from other bears, and it was special to him. The next day when the Little Boy goes to the zoo something extraordinary happens. They are trying to take out the Panda's decayed tooth. How does the Little Boy help in removing the decayed tooth?
The story has an adventure and a subtle message beautifully woven into it that makes it a wonderful book. The illustrations breathe life into the Little Boy and the animals in the zoo and give the story a good pace and movement. The images are also colorful and appealing to young readers. The story is a good way to help children understand how important it is to be kind to others. It is a simple and funny story that will fascinate youngsters on many levels, and books like this are excellent to teach children good values in an entertaining way.