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Reviewed by Diana Lopez for Readers' Favorite
Children can help in the home from a very young age. As they get older, they will appreciate the privacy of being in their own room, where they can do homework, rest, and play. They need a comfortable, safe, clean space. The Dust Bunny Invasion: That's Why! will teach children the importance of cleanliness. In this story, Blossom and Buddy had to clean their room. Blossom didn't want to clean up, so her mom told her the story about the Dust Bunny invasion. The arrival of only one dust bunny in a room didn't seem to cause any problems, but many of them can result in quite a mess. After telling the story, Lindsay Woollard adds tips for cleaning the room in an organized way and teaches how a situation can become a bigger problem if left unattended.
Involving children in cleaning up around the house will make them feel useful. If they see cleaning as a game, they will do it with the right attitude, which is why The Dust Bunny Invasion is a must-have book in the home. The story explains that after children clean their rooms, it will feel cozy and it will also be easier to find lost objects. I enjoyed the story because it uses entertaining rhymes, and children will be motivated to clean. The book is suitable for youngsters who are just beginning to read, as well as those who are learning to accept new responsibilities. Lindsay Woollard gives original answers to frequently encountered problems.