Toto! The Wonderful Adventure review by KMeng
Toto!: The Wonderful Adventure, Vol. 1
by Yuko Osada
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fiction

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All Kakashi wants to do is go on an adventure. Ever since his dad left for one and never came back, Kakashi has been trying to leave his island. When he finally gets the opportunity to climb aboard an airship to leave, the Man Chicken Family (a gang of criminals) tries to stop him. Kakashi is strong enough to stay on the airship, and he eventually lands on the main land. With a map of the world, his new found dog, and a friend named Dorothy he takes off on the first adventure of his life: with quite a few complications.


Toto! The Wonderful Adventure was a really cool story. It was an extremely quick read for me, so it would be good for a short wait or in the car. I liked how the beginning introduced so much about the main character, Kakashi. He is unique because he will do anything to take after his father and go on an adventure. The ending leaves you hanging for the second book in the series, but it is definitely a good finish! I liked how there were little references to Wizard of Oz because they were funny. I look forward to reading the second book in this series, and I think most teenage readers would enjoy it too.


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