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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
The Brown family was having breakfast. Lucy and Robert always raced to see who would finish first. Lucy always won and that day she finished her chocolate milk first. Robert purposely dropped the spoon under the table and, when he reached under the table, he tied Lucy's shoelaces together. Lucy screamed when she got up and tried to walk. Lucy tried to hold onto the tablecloth to steady herself but ended up pulling it. Everything fell to the floor and it was a mess. Mum understood what Robert had done and she told him to sit on the naughty chair. Something strange happened when Robert sat on the naughty chair. Let's read the story to find out.
The naughty Naughty Chair by Connie Jessop is a fun story for all children who are naughty and get time outs from their parents. Margaret Ann Suggs brings the concept to life with her wonderful illustrations and it is interesting to see the naughty chair having a personality of its own. The book will make young readers wonder if they actually would like to be on a naughty chair and get dumped somewhere. The author captures the time out moments given by many parents to their kids in a fun way. Robert just wished to get out of sitting on the naughty chair because he knew it was going to be boring but then it is entertaining to see the way the naughty chair behaves. The story makes children aware of how bad behavior does have consequences through Robert's experience after sitting on the naughty chair.