Book Review: Billy Bloo is Stuck in Goo

Last night before bed, we read Billy Bloo is Stuck in Goo by Jennifer Hamburg and Ross Burach. The cover caught our toddlers eye at the library and it did not disappoint.

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There is just something about sticky and yucky things that young children love. Our toddler is no exception. She is a giant walking mess. In this adorable picture book, Billy Bloo has become stuck in a giant pile of green goo. Our toddler is too young to play with slime, but if you have a slime lover in your home, this book is sure to make them giggle. The book does not describe how little Billy Boo got into this situation, but it does follow his journey as various people come to help. Unfortunately, the good Samaritans also get stuck! In the end, Billy Bloo is the only one who is not in the goo. This interactive book has really cute rhymes and the illustrations are really fun. We highly recommend picking up a copy!

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12 thoughts on “Book Review: Billy Bloo is Stuck in Goo”

  1. This seems like a very cute book! I think I had something similar when I was a kid haha… I will recommend to my mom friends 🙂

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  2. This sounds so cute! My boys are always making messes, too. Luckily, they have not found the slime thing yet and I hope to keep it that way. Although my oldest starts kindergarten in two weeks so he may learn about it there.

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  3. Haha, my first thought was, “only YOUNG children love sticky and slimy things?” My 8yo and 6yo are still obsessed with them! I’ve tried to ban slime from the house, but to no avail…

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