Llama Llama Mess Mess Mess Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
Mama Llama teaches Llama Llama a humorous lesson in cleaning up in Anna Dewdney's best-selling Llama Llama series.
Time to pick up all your toys!
Why is Mama making noise?
Mama says it's cleaning day.
Llama only wants to play.
Anna Dewdney's Llama Llama is growing up, but he still loves to play with all his toys! When Mama Llama says it's time to clean up, Llama responds like any child more interested in playing than cleaning...by ignoring her! But Mama has an imaginative response of her own. What if she never cleaned? What would happen then? Well, Llama Llama is going to find out! Here is a truly funny take on a childhood chore that all children will relate to and laugh at! And it is sure to be helpful to get kids cleaning up!
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|Listening Length||3 minutes|
|Author||Anna Dewdney, Reed Duncan|
|Audible.com Release Date||August 27, 2019|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #158,186 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#90 in Poetry & Nursery Rhymes for Children
#1,271 in Children's Daily Activities Books
#1,360 in Family Life Fiction for Children
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While Llama Llama Mess Mess Mess has the same sing-song verses, the story itself is a bit odd. It centers on the idea that Llama Llama doesn’t want to clean up so Mama Llama talks about how messy and out of control the house would be if she didn’t clean. In the end Llama Llama happily cleans up. Is the message of cleaning up appropriate for toddlers? Absolutely. But the pretending about Mama Llama not cleaning the house (for 1/2 of the book) is a bit too out of reality for a toddler. I thought the mama not cleaning example went on too long.
Compared to the original stories that were wonderfully relatable and appropriate, this book simply misses the mark. My kids enjoyed reading it when it came yesterday. They requested it twice, but I don’t see it being a lasting favorite like the others.
I’m still hopeful for this series moving forward. We enjoyed Llama Llama Loves Read (the first Llama Llama not written entirely by Anna Dewedy) for its educational tidbits. I’m hopeful that the new authors will learn to better emulate Anna’s magic with a bit more practice.
I was so disappointed in the Llama Llama books “inspired by Netflix”. Avoid those.
Also, I love that it has thicker pages as I occasionally give him the book to hold and turn the pages. He has ripped some pages in other books with paper pages but these pages are much more durable.
Top reviews from other countries
Eventually little llama understands that he needs to help mama around the house. Good story, great teaching.
The illustration, by JT Morrow, are some of the cutest I ve ever seen