Toppling towers or constructive creating?
Sharing or quiet celebration/concentration/contemplation?
Mess or perfection?
Fight or flight?
Teamwork or self-driven?
Leader or contributor?
Similar interests or eclectic bunch?
Rex or Gizmo?
Self-taught or trained?
Rex, Wrecks It OR Rex, Wrecks It? Why?
Thanks for thinking quick with us, Ben! Your creativity RAWRS!
Rex Wrecks It REVIEW
The fun of toppling towers teams up with four unique friends
October 4, 2014 By Carrie Brown
This review is from: Rex Wrecks It! (Hardcover)
From a very early age, children love to play the "I drop it, you pick it up" game. They then graduate to "I/you build it, I knock it over." Very young children will relate to main character Rex who holds on tight to the fun of toppling towers. The repeatable line that runs through this text will delight very young children and stand up to multiple rereadings. Your child will likely see themselves in one of the four characters and even learn something about teamwork, sharing, friendship, and accepting differences. The illustrations stand out as funny, playful, and colorful. The facial expressions are priceless.
Ben Clanton is the author/illustrator of Mo's Mustache, Vote for Me!, The Table Sets Itself, and Rex Wrecks It! Besides doodling up stories Ben enjoys playing basketball, walking in the woods with gigi (his goldendoodle pup), and cooking. Find out more about Ben at www.benclanton.com.