Library Intern Book Reviews

ISBN

9781442435353

Publication Date

2012

Publisher

Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers

City

New York, NY

Disciplines

Library and Information Science | Modern Literature

Keywords

children's literature, reviews

Review

Zorro and Mister Bud are both eager to go on a walk—until Zorro is forced to wear a ridiculous cape-and-mask outfit. Embarrassed by his appearance, Zorro drags along in a melancholy funk, picked on by the neighborhood dogs and an annoying cat named Slim while Mister Bud tries and fails to cheer his friend up. Only after meeting another dog at park who also wears and outfit and isn’t embarrassed by it does Zorro begin to feel all right again. This book, while a bit sparse in language, is wonderfully illustrated. The theme of the story would serve as good encouragement for young children who might feel insecure because they look or dress differently from their peers. Highly recommended.

Mollie Nelson, Centennial Library Intern

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Review of <i>Zorro Gets An Outfit</i> by Carter Goodrich

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