Boo Goes Tutti Frutti
You’ll laugh out loud when you discover what sends this pint-sized pooch into a tailspin … They’re fruity! They’re delicious! They’re fruitalicious!
This bouncy page turner will have children guessing what type of fruit Boo gets his teeth into next. With a catchy rhythm and rhyme, this delightful book will have everyone joining in.
What people are saying about the book:
“Loved it! My son and I chuckled our way through it. I’m going to get another copy for my niece.” K.W
“This is a fantastic story! It’s so engaging.” S.E
“I love this book and so do the children at my work.” V.M
“I knew from the first two lines that this book was going to be an enjoyable read aloud.”
“The rhythm, rhyme and repetition in Boo Goes Tutti Frutti reads similarly to Linley Dodd’s Hairy Maclary series …” A.B Book Reviewer
“Such a fun read, and excellent for tamariki who are learning language.” ECE Teacher
“My class absolutely loved this book and giggled all the way through the story about greedy Boo. They loved the rhyme and the bright and comical illustrations. There is some great vocabulary in this text which makes it a good teaching resource also within rhyme, spelling patterns and suffixes. But mainly, this is just a really well-written and beautifully illustrated fun book to enjoy with your family or class. We are so pleased to have a copy in our library!” A.T, Library Lead Teacher, Remarkables Primary School, Queenstown
Note from Rachel:
I was inspired to write this story because of our dog, Phantom. He had an avocado addiction! Every night under the cover of darkness he would sneak over to the neighbours property and steal an avocado (or three!) from their tree. Trotting home with his nightly prize he would peel the avocado skin off with his teeth, eat the flesh and leave behind the stone, skin, and green smudges all over the carpet!
This book is dedicated to Phantom, and dogs everywhere, who bring love and laughter to our homes xx