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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Meet Mr. Tiddly Plonk, a cute little fellow with golden hair, big round hands, and long fingertips. His eyes were as wide as a football pitch and his feet were the size of wobbly jelly. He was clumsy, always held an umbrella, and walked with a limp. Mr. Tiddly Plonk had a problem; he spoke in rhyme and it flowed easily for him. But people did not understand what he was trying to say and they were confused. He was always looking for places to play but when he took a walk to the park to feed the ducks, he would fall in the muck because of his limp. Everyone around him laughed and the next day he got sunburnt when he went to the beach. Would he find someone who would make his day?
The Adventure of Mr. Tiddly Plonk by Naomi O' Shea is an adorable story that will take young readers on an engaging journey along with Mr. Tiddly Plonk. The story introduces children to rhymes and the rhyming words give a good rhythm and pace. The story is all about kindness and perseverance and the illustrations are as delightful as the story. It is a good book for parents and tutors to read out loud to youngsters to encourage them to be kind to others and accept others in spite of their flaws. The story is also a good way to introduce children to rhyming words in an entertaining way and enhance their vocabulary.