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Reviewed by Kristen Van Kampen for Readers' Favorite
Peaches the Corgi: It's Time for a Bath by Jessica Sorto is a fun children's book that follows a corgi named Peaches. One day, Peaches plays in the mud and gets really dirty, and tracks mud everywhere. His owner decides that he needs a bath, but Peaches doesn't want a bath. Peaches doesn't like how the bath is loud and wet. He doesn't like that the soap smells like lemons. But his owner really wants him to take a bath. The owner offers Peaches treats in order to get him into the tub. Will Peaches ever learn that taking a bath can be fun?
I really enjoyed reading Peaches the Corgi: It's Time for a Bath by Jessica Sorto. The book is very well written and I liked how it rhymed. The rhyming is very well done, and gives the book a rhythm that children will enjoy. This book would really help if a child doesn't want to take a bath, or doesn't like taking baths, because the book teaches children that having a bath can be fun, and that having a bath is also very important and necessary. The pictures are very well done, and depict each scene vividly. The pictures of Peaches are adorable. The pictures are also very colorful and bold. Children will enjoy reading this book before bath time. The book is well developed and thought out. It is beautifully written and very relatable and realistic. I would definitely recommend this book to all young children.