...Loggie...

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 91% (10 of 11)
Location: I live on the earth, in the western hemisphere, in North America, in the country of the United States of America, in Illinois in the town of Champaign
In My Own Words:
'Who is Loggie?' one may ask. Well...

I am a person, contrary to the first impression I tend to give of being a large, yellow rubber duck. I love to read and can most often be found with my nose in a book.

Because I happen to be very boring, one may prefer to read who I am not. I am not a happily married 29 year-old woman with a kind, loving, handsome husband and 3 lovely, happy, sweet playful c… Read more

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Reviews

Top Reviewer Ranking: 427,826 - Total Helpful Votes: 10 of 11
Sammy The Seal by Hoff
Sammy The Seal by Hoff
5.0 out of 5 stars Sammy the Seal, June 18 2004
One day, Sammy the seal decides that he wants to go outside of the zoo to see what life is like in the outside world. During his adventures he walks along a busy street, swims in a man's bathtub, and goes to school. I think it is really cute how people don't even notice there is a seal walking down the street, or if they do they don't act like it is any thing out of the ordinary.
The pictures in the original 1959 version are very cute, full of expression and well colored. In the original the colors are shaded in, and almost look as if they were colored in by some very artistic kid with crayons.
The story flows wonderfully, even if some parts don't quite make sense. It is a very… Read more
Possum Come A-Knockin' by Nancy Van Laan
Possum Come A-Knockin' by Nancy Van Laan
Well, a "Possum come a-knockin' at the door, at the door. Possum come a-knockin' at the door." This possum. By simply knockin' manages to send the whole house into uproar.
This is a great book to read out loud because the words have a natural rhythm and the story sounds much better read out loud because of it. The story flows wonderfully; it has to the way it was written.
The illustrations are also very good. They do an excellent job of capturing the emotions- the devilish smile on the possum's face, the frustration of the narrator, and the bewilderment of the rest of the family.
For all its many wonderful characteristics, the way this book reads is what makes it so special… Read more
Are You My Mother? by P.D. Eastman
Are You My Mother? by P.D. Eastman
5.0 out of 5 stars Are You My Mother?, June 18 2004
What happens when the Mother Bird is away from the nest when the baby bird hatches? In this book we see what happens to one such bird that is put into this situation. He ends up leaving his comfortable nest in order to search for his mother. He goes in search of his mother and ends up asking a kitten, cow, dog, car, boat, and a plane if they are his mother. Luckily for him he is returned to his nest by a friendly Snort (dump truck) before his mother gets back.
The spirit of the little bird who goes looking for his mother is wonderfully expressed through the illustrations. They are simple, but expressive, cute, and colorful. The story flows well, and this makes for a cute, fun… Read more