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Clutter Cut, Inc
Lester Lex
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Janette Fuller
Jul 06, 2011 Janette Fuller rated it it was amazing
Shelves: children
Is it possible to have too many toys? Are toys scattered all over the house and yard? If you answered "yes" to these questions, this book is for you.
"Clutter Cut Inc"., by Lester Lex, is a cute picture book that deals with the problem of "toy clutter". These are toys that are no longer played with but are taking up space in the house and yard.
This book introduces children to the process of sorting toys, deciding which ones to find new homes for and then sharing with others.

Cloot had many, man
Maureen Timerman
Mar 18, 2012 Maureen Timerman rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2012
Clutter Cut, Inc is a beautifully illustrated book, that draws a child right into the story. My four year old had a great time, while I read, he picked out the objects. He loved the way the bear with a "missing ear" that was shown with the "flies" around him.
The story is about a little boy who has so many toys that his Dad wants him to share. My little guy did not like the idea of getting rid of any of his possessions, but he did like that the toys were going to kids in a Hospital. He was chuck
Apr 08, 2012 Kris rated it it was ok
Recommends it for: Children ages 2-6
Shelves: childrens
Clutter Cut, by Lester Lex, Illustrated by Guillermo Piloto. The story is of a little boy named Cloot, who has too many toys. Cloot's dad talks him into giving some of the toys away. But Cloot only being a little boy is conflicted with this. He manages to help other boys and girls with his toys. After doing so he comes up with the idea that he should do this more often, recruiting other children. Called Clutter Cut, Inc.

This book gives you a wonderful story as well as a wonderful lesson for chi
Apr 10, 2012 Melanie rated it it was amazing
Young Cloot is doing what many kids do.. acquiring far too many toys! With toys littering his floor, under his bed, in his closet and in the shed, Dad has decided it is time to do some weeding. Cloot must decide which toys to give away. Mountains of toys, some need new batteries, others are torn or old. Cloot must choose some to put in the Help Out box to take to the kids at the hospital.
Told in rhyme, with detailed clutter!

The illustrations are like an I Spy as we read the words by Lester Lex.
Silverhouse Books
Silverhouse Books rated it it was amazing
Jul 06, 2011
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