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Tuff Fluff #2020

Tuff Fluff He may look like just a moth eaten stuffed toy rabbit to you but Tuff Fluff is Los Attic s toughest private detective And right now he s got a problem A big problem A giant teddy named Bluebell want

  • Title: Tuff Fluff
  • Author: Scott Nash
  • ISBN: 9780744593235
  • Page: 313
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Tuff Fluff By Scott Nash, He may look like just a moth eaten stuffed toy rabbit to you, but Tuff Fluff is Los Attic s toughest private detective And right now, he s got a problem A big problem A giant teddy named Bluebell wants him to investigate the case of her friend Duckie s missing brain And if Tuff Fluff doesn t find the answer quickly, they could all go quackers

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    1 thought on “Tuff Fluff

    1. The voice is fun as the main character speaks like a stereotypical old time television detective A student brought this from home and the class found it amusing, although I wouldn t call it a favorite.

    2. Tuff Fluff was a very interesting book to say the least I enjoyed reading about the mysteries filled adventure of Tuff Fluff, Duckie and Bluebell as they embark in a journey to figure what happened to and where is Duckie s brain Nash sets up the story quite nicely by introducing us to Tuff Fluff, who happens to be a stuffed bunny rabbit who works as a P.I in a stuffed animal city Tuff Fluff is approached by Bluebell a giant stuffed teddy bear who needs help finding Duckie s brain And so the myst [...]

    3. An okay story of a stuffed rabbit who works as a private detective for other stuffed animals I just found the premise a bit macabre about stuffed bunny going around with his head gaping open and his brain missing It lacked the charm of many other children s detective stories There weren t really any clues for the reader to figure out what had happened.The illustrations were good though which is why I gave it three stars.

    4. This was a really fun book It seems like it all about what happens when we our not around and our stuff animals friends step into action What happened to Duckie s Brainyou ll have to read it The humor will be appreciated by adults and kids It is a little long and has lots of words so I would say this book is for older elementary readers

    5. I truly love this book because I get to read it in a cheesy film noir voice, but it is a terrific tale with fantastic illustrations Extra points for being a story that promotes a love of reading.

    6. I was looking forward to this book for a long time I d heard the author give a talk at a library , and it did not disappoint It was full of wonderful puns and interesting characters I don t understand how Duckie lost his brain though

    7. A fun, quirky detective story staring a rabbit, ducky, and teddy Great for an older storytime crowd.Would pair well with Jon Scieszka s books.

    8. Perfect for those who liked the Trouble withChickens It has a similar film noir feel, some silly jokes and dead pan humor Hugely enjoyable for boys and girls.

    9. This book was cute mystery story formatted like and old film noir It was very fun to read, my 4 year old is not quite old enough to truly appreciate this book yet, but one day I am sure he will.

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