Review: Memoirs of a Hamster by Devin Scillian

Published: 2013
By: Sleeping Bear Press
Source: Borrowed
Format: Hardcover
ISBN:  9781585368310


Recommended Age: 4-7 years old


Seymour the hamster is happy. He has his cozy cage, yummy food, and his wheel that he can spend hours of night-time fun using. However, Pearl the cat is tempting Seymour of some of the wonders of the house that are unseen from his cage; a sunroom full of yogurt drops, and a staircase made of seeds. Seymour needed to see things for himself.

I thought this book was super cute, and the accompanying illustrations only make me want to cuddle that little hamster, even if he thinks it’s gross. The font is fun, and the sentences are short and the dialogue is clear.



About Black ' n Write Reviewer

Library Tech grad who is currently working on a BA in Political Science and filling all her time with books.
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One Response to Review: Memoirs of a Hamster by Devin Scillian

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