Cluck and Fluffy by Ceasar Castro

Rating: 4 out of 5.

I love when children’s books address real-life situations that kids have to deal with. I think that it is so important to address these issues and provide the opportunity to learn and be better!

Cluck and Fluffy are an unlikely pair in this farm-yard story. Cluck is a new rabbit that has been placed in the chicken coop for a short time. The chickens are mean and shun him, making him feel like an outcast. When one chicken finally decides to befriend Cluck, they show that being mean and hurtful is not the right way to act.

I thought this was a really cute story that addresses bullying in a great way. Cluck and Fluffy’s friendship grows throughout the story. I liked that it wasn’t just Cluck and Fluffy that stand up against the bullying, but also the new chickens that arrive. They make it clear to the other chickens that being mean and exclusive is not okay.

This is a wonderful story to have in classrooms and libraries. I love the way the author chose to address bullying by using animals. I think that it will resonate with many children!

To Read or Not To Read:

I would recommend Cluck and Fluffy to young children in preschool to middle-elementary school.

Where to Find This Book:

Cluck and Fluffy by Ceasar Castro is available at these sites.

Amazon ~ Mascot Books

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The timeless tale of Cluck and Fluffy unveils a friendship which lives on despite the bullying that their unusual relationship gets. From the moment a new rabbit is introduced to a group of chickens at Farmer Raul’s coop, the chickens do all they can to ignore and mock her. That is, until one rainy night, when one chicken breaks from the pack and gets to know the rabbit, thus beginning a friendship that overcomes the cruelty and taunting from the other chickens.

Will this clan of alienating chickens learn to welcome Cluck and Fluffy to their group, or will Cluck and Fluffy have chart a different path themselves?

Just the Facts:

Cluck and Fluffy by Ceasar Castro
Genre: Childrens
Page Count: 38 pages
Publisher: Mascot Books
Pub Date: December 8, 2020

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I was provided an advanced reader’s copy of this book for free. I am leaving my review voluntarily.

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