Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Review: Sofa Boy by Scott Langteau

A young boy discovers that lounging on his favorite sofa playing videogames around the clock is not all it's cracked up to be. His lack of attention to life's basics such as bathing, good food, fresh air, sunlight, and old fashioned exercise wreaks havoc on his young body, and before long our little lad finds himself a prisoner of his own designing, as well as the fascination of many an onlooker as he becomes literally joined at the hip with his increasingly disgusting environment. Sofa Boy is a humorous and beautifully illustrated lesson-learned about moderation - a lesson that can clearly speak to all ages, and goes down easily with a warm and hearty chuckle.

We picked this book up from B&N.

K loves this book! I guess because he likes to lay around and watch TV and he is scared that the couch will turn him into a blob. I myself LOVE this book as well and it has become one of our favorite books to read. We get a good laugh at knowing what is going to happen to Sofa Boy because he doesn't like to go outside.
K has now decided that he will not turn into Sofa Boy he is going to be outside more (which I think is awesome). If you are looking for a great and humorous read then you have to pick up Sofa Boy and find out what happens when he stays on the couch all the time. 

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