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The Wicked Big Toddlah Goes To New York based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Toddie the wicked big toddlah is back, and his Ma and Pa are taking him on vacation to New York. Toddie takes in all the sights and sounds of New York, gets separated from his parents, plays with strangers in the park, climbs the Empire State Building (a la King Kong) and causes confusion throughout the city in this follow-up to "The Wicked Big Toddlah". Again, the illustrations, done by the author Kevin Hawkes, are beautifully detailed and executed, but the storyline struggles. Particularly frustrating is when Toddie gets lost and his parents don't notice until they go to take a picture and he's not around (how you lose a giant toddler is somewhat ridiculous). Children between 4 and 8 will enjoy exploring the major sights of New York along with Toddie, but parents might be annoyed when Toddie's parents lose their giant child.
He's big, he's a toddler, and he's in New York. How you lose your giant toddler in New York city is beyond me, but the titular protagonist reacts as any regular toddler would. He's scared and wants his parents back. Snoozfest.