Kuma-Kuma Chan's Home

When Goldilocks visited the home of the three bears, it was anything but mundane. The story is filled with breaking and entering, testing boundaries, exploring, and getting caught. When the boy in Kuma-Kuma Chan’s Home visits Kuma-Kuma Chan, it is a study in the mundane.

Artwork

Simple, spare, and uninteresting.

Reasons to Love

Bears?

Verdict

Extremely boring book. It’s like that time when you were a little kid and you had to visit with an older neighbor or family member while your parents took care of something. They ran out to the hospital to check on a friend. You sat on a stiff, old couch eating slightly fuzzy mints from a glass bowl, unsure if you needed to ask permission to get up. In the case of Kuma-Kuma Chan’s Home, give yourself the permission to not read this book.

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