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Jaden Toussaint, the Greatest Episode 3: Muffin Wars (Volume 3) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-08-19 
Review Score: 5 out of 5 star From 7 user ratings
ISBN:1943169136
LANGUAGE:English

" My son loved this book.This book is great. My son, who is 8, not only relates to the characters, but he also relates to the themes found throughout the book. I feel the book has a great mix of word difficulty while still being an engaging and enjoyable read. " said.

"In this book Jaden has to deal with his unexpected jealousy when his cousin Muffin comes for a visit. Muffin's traveled all over the world with her parents but now she's staying with Jaden's family for awhile. At first he's excited to impress her with all he knows but quickly comes to realize he's jealous of the attention Muffin is getting from everyone. Jaden tackles the problem with the scientific method as usual and with the help of a 3 minute dance party he figures out how to have fun with Muffin." said.

"The engaging layout grabbed me right away. Lots of great black-and-white illustrations, big easy-to-read fonts, and clever textual flourishes like numbered lists and “Pause” and “Unpause” buttons when the narrator needs to offer a little bit of extra information convey a fun, playful tone that attracts young readers.

The stories are fun, too. Jaden Toussaint is a 5-year-old who “speaks kindness, oozes confidence” and “specializes in: Knowing Stuff. And also, ninja dancing.”

In fact, when Jaden reaches a point in each story where he’s stuck, he knows he needs to “kick his brain into top gear” through hilarious 2-page spreads of him ninja dancing. When he’s done, he gets “that swirly, whirly, zinging feeling” of a great idea, which he puts into action to solve the story’s problem. His school pals and loving family are usually involved, but Jaden is the hero readers will root for.

The problems Jaden faces are relatable, funny, but also convey a message: “Muffin Wars” deals with how to overcome jealousy and deal with challenging people. Big topics for little kids, but presented age-appropriately and with humor. My kids and I loved them.
" said.

" I hope Dumas keeps writing new episodes for this series. This one dealt with expectations and jealousy, but once again Jaden approaches his "problem" from a scientific perspective (and a bonus three minute dance party). I'm thinking about buying a few sets for my fellow teachers. " said.

" My son loved this book.This book is great. My son, who is 8, not only relates to the characters, but he also relates to the themes found throughout the book. I feel the book has a great mix of word difficulty while still being an engaging and enjoyable read. " said.

"In this book Jaden has to deal with his unexpected jealousy when his cousin Muffin comes for a visit. Muffin's traveled all over the world with her parents but now she's staying with Jaden's family for awhile. At first he's excited to impress her with all he knows but quickly comes to realize he's jealous of the attention Muffin is getting from everyone. Jaden tackles the problem with the scientific method as usual and with the help of a 3 minute dance party he figures out how to have fun with Muffin." said.

"The engaging layout grabbed me right away. Lots of great black-and-white illustrations, big easy-to-read fonts, and clever textual flourishes like numbered lists and “Pause” and “Unpause” buttons when the narrator needs to offer a little bit of extra information convey a fun, playful tone that attracts young readers.

The stories are fun, too. Jaden Toussaint is a 5-year-old who “speaks kindness, oozes confidence” and “specializes in: Knowing Stuff. And also, ninja dancing.”

In fact, when Jaden reaches a point in each story where he’s stuck, he knows he needs to “kick his brain into top gear” through hilarious 2-page spreads of him ninja dancing. When he’s done, he gets “that swirly, whirly, zinging feeling” of a great idea, which he puts into action to solve the story’s problem. His school pals and loving family are usually involved, but Jaden is the hero readers will root for.

The problems Jaden faces are relatable, funny, but also convey a message: “Muffin Wars” deals with how to overcome jealousy and deal with challenging people. Big topics for little kids, but presented age-appropriately and with humor. My kids and I loved them.
" said.

" I hope Dumas keeps writing new episodes for this series. This one dealt with expectations and jealousy, but once again Jaden approaches his "problem" from a scientific perspective (and a bonus three minute dance party). I'm thinking about buying a few sets for my fellow teachers. " said.

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