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Not quite the same cadence as the other Llama Llama books
Reviewed in the United States on January 18, 2019
We are Llama Llama obsessed at our house. One of the best parts of the book is the great cadence. I realize "Llama Llama Loves to Read" was written after the author's death. As a result, it doesn't read quite the same. The cadence is just off a smidge, making it a bit more difficult to read in a sing-song pattern voice. This book also seems to lack the "drama" element found in the other books. (“Where's Mama?" in "Red Pajamas" and "Missing Mama" - "Where's Fuzzy Llama?" in "Grandma & Grandpa" and "Learns to Share" etc.) What this book does do well is break down exactly what goes together to make reading possible. (i.e. letters form words, words form sentences, sentences form stories.) "Llama Llama Loves to Read" is still part of the regular book rotation at our house, but it's not this Mama Llama's favorite of the series.