|Llama unleashes the alpacalypse (Llama book)|
Author: Stutzman, Jonathan
Llama clones his friend Alpaca in order to avoid cleaning up after himself, but while Llama is eating the day away the Alpacas he set loose are causing pandemonium.
|Accelerated Reader Information:|
Interest Level: LG
Reading Level: 3.20
Points: .5 Quiz: 508342
Kirkus Reviews (-) (04/15/20)
The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books (00/05/20)
Full Text Reviews:
Booklist - 04/01/2020 Being fonder of eating frequent, massive meals than cleaning the kitchen afterward, Llama builds a Replicator and invites Alpaca—“an alpaca of impeccable tidiness”—over to step inside. The scheme works like a charm, and a flurry of electronic ZOOPs later Llama has a horde of fanatical cleaners busily at work . . . so many, in fact, that when, to relieve the crowding, he releases them on an unsuspecting world, their relentless scrubbing, sweeping, and vacuuming causes everyone to flee, screaming “This is the END!!” Is there any way to terminate the terrifying tide of tidiness? Happily, the irresistible scent of the extra-cheese pizza Llama is having for Second Dinner lures the entire apron-clad army back into the Replicator, and soon there is again but one Alpaca. Unhappily, that leaves two camelids with but one slice of cake between them for dessert. Young readers who chortled over Llama Destroys the World (2019) will see the obvious solution and will echo the googly-eyed gourmand’s triumphant “dat” as he gets his just desserts in the last cartoon scene. - Copyright 2020 Booklist.