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Reviewed by Tiffany Ferrell for Readers' Favorite
In The Triple Terrible T’s by Tannis Devilla, we are introduced to three cousins named Tannis, Tanya, and Taylor. They were all born the same year but Tannis is the oldest and gets lots of love for being so. Tanya was born after her and has pretty curls that everyone loves her for. Taylor came along after Tanya. He was adopted and was the first boy so for a while he got all the extra attention and love because of this. The cousins got their nickname from their uncle who said that they were trouble which led to them being called The Triple Terrible T’s. The cousins do a lot together. Usually, they start their day by making up songs and singing at the top of their lungs which causes many to cover their ears. Tannis doesn’t understand why but just figures that they have bad taste in music. Then they play hide and seek, in which she explains that she has the best hiding spot on the roof until her parents tell her that she can’t hide there anymore. When they go in for supper, Tannis is the only one who makes a mess but she still gets dessert which is her favorite part of the meal. After dinner, the cousins play games with the whole family. Tannis hates to lose and she often will tell them that she let them win. Finally, they go to bed dreaming about the adventures they have yet to enjoy.
I thought The Terrible Triple T’s by Tannis Devilla was a funny and adorable read. As an adult looking back, I was definitely like the three cousins in the book. When you have a wild imagination and other kids have that in common with you, anything is possible. This is a great laid-back book for a child to read and with the story being told through the eyes of Tannis, it has a more personal feel to it. The illustrations are also beautifully done and fit perfectly with the storyline. Overall, I think Tannis Devilla has done a wonderful job with this book. I look forward to reading more of her work.