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Reviewed by Kristine Zimmerman for Readers' Favorite
What is a cajankler? In Virginia K. White's book Would You Like a Copper Colored Cajankler? you will have the chance to find out. White has written a silly alliterative story, full of unusual and fun words. We learn what a cajankler likes and doesn't like. We also learn what they eat and wear and, of course, everything begins with the letter "c". Each section has full-color illustrations that highlight all the crazy actions. After listing the many things that cajanklers do, there is a fun little story, again full of tongue-twisting "c" words. The story ends with the question, "Would you like a copper colored cajankler to come visit you?"
Virginia K White has crammed her alliterative tale full of all sorts of interesting words. Kids will enjoy hearing Would You Like a Copper Colored Cajankler? read out loud because adults are sure to stumble over the tongue twisters. Gaspar Sabater's illustrations are bright and colorful. They also will help kids decipher some of the more unusual words like chifforobes and centaurs. Parents and teachers are often looking for books that highlight a particular letter and the sounds it makes. This will be a fun way for kids to practice "c" words and learn lots of new vocabulary in the process. Would You Like a Copper Colored Cajankler? is a collection of crazy, cool, and clever words that will enhance a child's conversational skills. Limber up your mouth and tongue and get ready for some fun!