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{Ninja at the Pet Shop: Luke Flowers}Ninja at the Pet Shop by Luke Flowers
Series: Moby Shinobi
Published by Scholastic Press on December 26, 2017
Genres: Childrens
Pages: 32
Format: Paperback
Source: Scholastic Press
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{Synopsis} – Moby Shinobi is a very helpful ninja! In this rhyming Level 1 reader series, Moby is helping animals at the pet shop. Moby tries to give the dogs baths, feed the animals their treats, and play with all the pets, but each try ends in a funny mess. Moby wants to help the pets, but he worries his ninja skills aren’t right for the job. Then, the snake gets loose from its tank, and it’s Moby’s time to shine! Simple, bouncy text and bright, full-color artwork make this the perfect book for young readers!

{My thoughts} – Moby is a sweet little Ninja that goes to help at the pet shop. But somehow everything goes wrong and they can’t seem to find something for him to do. Every task they give him has a not so pleasant ending. Then towards the end of the book he gets the perfect task and he able to complete it better then expected.

The illustrations in this book, perfectly pair with the poem in which it is written. It is written with rather simple wording, which should leave very few words for children to ask about. I do think that any child that likes adventure type stories with enjoy learning to read this book.

I can’t wait to share this book with my little one’s once they get old enough to read it.

Final Conclusion: 5 Star Rating.