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When my son first seen this book, as I showed him the new book we had to review, his eyes lit up. For my son who is a massive fan of Rigby and Mordecai he was very keen to read it with me. My son commented how he really liked the way the pictures and the lay of the book was. It was simple enough for him to read with my help on a few words, and it was just like a programme he mentioned. The graphics are great and he laughed throughout the book on many pages, not only from the story line but also because of the pictures, the pictures being very real life as well.
When his cousin came over he could not wait to show him and the two of them sat down for ages looking through the book both giggling away. I think as a mum it is a great book for any kid who loves the programme. It is a book that my son would recommend to his mates at school and would read over and over again. This is always great and good to know it would be money well spent. I really enjoyed this book also and was fun spending the time with my son reading it and laughing together over it.
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