What do you get when you cross imaginative and loveable characters, enchanting and inspiring illustrations and a giggle-inducing story? ...Pugtato, a simple, good spud and a hilarious mashup of pet and vegetable characters by the inimitable illustrator Sophie Corrigan! Join Pugtato as he takes on the job of babysitting the Brussels Snouts.
Pugtato thinks babysitting will be easy … how much trouble can baby Brussels Snouts get into? But as the day unfolds, the rambunctious little Snouts decide to show Pugtato they are not little babies, and prove that size doesn’t matter when it comes to having lots of fun with your good spuddies.
Pugtato Babysits the Snouts delivers:A delightful, giggle-inducing, rhyming, read-aloud story perfect for kids ages 4-8Imaginative, silly pet and vegetable mashups such as Pugtato, Tomatoad, Carrat, Cowbbage, Croccoli, Unicorn on the Cob and more!A beautiful, eye-catching cover, rich with color and embossed texture
Young children will learn invaluable lessons from Pugtato about:FriendshipAcceptanceResponsibilityCreativity
You’ll also want to follow Pugtato’s adventures in Pugtato, Let’s Be Best Spuddies, Pugtato Finds a Thing, and Pugtato and Friends Audio Collection: 3 Books in 1.
• Sophie Corrigan, acclaimed illustrator and creator of the wildly popular Pugtato series
• A humorous follow-up to Pugtato Finds a Thing and Let’s Be Best Spuddies
• The Pugtato series brings to life unique animal and vegetable mash-ups that delight and surprise children through fun, read-aloud rhymes and stories of adventures
• Cover includes spot UV
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Average rating from 76 members
The puns in this book are so cute and made me giggle. I would recommend this to students because of the creativity in the characters. The rhyming in the story isn't annoying or predictable like other books.
Absolutely adorable book! Veggies and animals meshed together to create loveable characters! The story will keep readers and listeners giggling!
Pugtato books always leave me smiling. They're silly and short and have ridiculous produce puns, what more could you really ask for?
Lol What a fun, pun-tasting, cutesy-weirdsy book, including the lovable Brussels snouts, Pugtato, and croccolis. A pun-intended read for young readers.
Pugtato Babysits the Snouts is my favorite Pugtato book so far! I loved all the shenanigans that the snouts dragged Pugtato into. They were able to have a fun-filled day with their loving babysitter, Pugtato.
What a brilliant book! I love this story with its clever use of rhyming language and brilliantly stimulating illustrations. The story was ingenious in combining animals and vegetables, it was also very funny with the role reversal of pugtato and the snouts. I loved this! I’ll definitely look out for the next title by this author. Many thanks to the author and NetGalley for gifting me this arc in exchange for an honest, unbiased review.
This is my first Pugtato book and it will certainly not be my last. The characters are so much fun, every single one of them made my daughter giggle. The story was fun and engaging and the illustrations were wonderful. The publisher made a copy of this book available via Netgalley for review. This is my honest opinion.
This is a funny and silly book about vegetables who can talk and are responsible for babysitting other vegetables. This book is sure to make you laugh and smile! I just reviewed Pugtato Babysits the Snouts by Zondervan. #PugtatoBabysitstheSnouts #NetGalley
SO CUTE! I love these Pugtato books. They're always fun and full of puns. This one was great with a fun little twist at the end. The illustrations are always really great too! Keep looking and you'll find something new. Overall, must read! Thank you to NetGalley and Zondervan for providing me with an e-arc in exchange for an honest review.
This is a funny children's book with lots of great humour in it and clever plays on words - the skipping bell pepper was great! I like the way that the story develops and is exciting. I read this with my children who all agreed that they'd love to get creative like the snouts did. I loved the twist at the end... The illustrations are great, very pretty with little details. The rhyme is good too. A very enjoyable story to read with little children.
This story was so cute! All of the animals in this book are animal/ vegetable hybrids. There is a great flow to the words and they rhyme, which is always a huge bonus for me with story time books!