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Reviewed by Amy Raines for Readers' Favorite
The Grossest Picture Book Ever (For Kids who Love to Laugh) is written by Derek Taylor Kent and illustrated by Lynx Studios. Take a walk on the wacky and weird streets of Gross where our strange gross behaviors are celebrated instead of treated with disdain. Be ready to have lots of laughs as the pictures show exactly what Gross has in store for anyone who decides to go on an adventure around town. Be careful of where you step, it might be a gooey mess or the foot of someone’s pesky pet. What makes the town of Gross the grossest of the gross? Which page makes you laugh the most?
The Grossest Picture Book Ever by Derek Taylor Kent is absolutely hilarious! It is very true that the plot is filled with goo, snot, and poo and the characters celebrate their gross habits in the weirdest of ways but this is well worth the read for anyone who has a silly side. The illustrations by Lynx Studios are bright, colorful and funny as they show exactly what the rhyming words describe in brilliant images. I recommend this book to anyone with a strong stomach and a sense of humor. Although Kent intended The Grossest Picture Book Ever for kids ages 4 and up, adults will have a great laugh too as they get a good look at what the people in the town of Gross do. I honestly couldn’t stop laughing and had to go back and read every page again to make sure my mind comprehended what my eyes were reading! Kent’s humor is not just in the words but the way he delivers each line.