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Reviewed by Michelle Robertson for Readers' Favorite
Party Animals is written by Saragine Francois & Julian Francois and illustrated by Somnath Chatterje. It's a story filled with fun and excitement, adventure and thrills for younger readers.
As the family leave the house in the safe paws of their two dogs, little did they know what they would find upon returning home early. Without supervision, the pets decide they are going to be party animals and begin to plan a night to impress a few friends. The night's plans are altered and the pets now face a different scenario with the homecoming of their owners than they had originally planned.
Party Animals was created for children to view, read, and enjoy. It is illustrated with beautiful, very colorful pictures, and a story plot that allows each individual reader freedom to imagine or relate to the lesson and message the characters convey. Saragine Francois & Julian Francois along with illustrator Somnath Chatterje took a real life scenario in many households and brought it to life in a fun, creative, imaginative way for not only young children, but also readers of all ages to enjoy.
Using pets or dogs, as they were depicted in the story, creates a more relaxed imaginative picture for children to relate to and learn the lesson within the story. I enjoyed everything about this book, from the story plot to the illustrations. This book could potentially be a great resource for parents to read, review, and talk about with their children.