Do you like books that make you think? Well, I sure do. The Gingerbread Man Loose at the Zoo makes you think. It has animal riddles! This book by Laura Murray is for little readers and elementary students, like ages K-2 and Pre-schooler. This book will make you think.
In the text, The Gingerbread Man Loose at the Zoo, the author lets the reader figure out the clues the character has to solve while the character has to solve. In other words, most books don't have riddles in the text for you to solve. This is important because this book gives riddles so the readers can learn about the animals. This shows, The Gingerbread Man has to solve it by himself he always he always finds the answer. On the other hand, the author wants to make the reader think in the riddles.
In the text, The Gingerbread Man Loose at the Zoo, the character the Gingerbread Man is determined to find his class and to follow clues to where they are. As I say this, I'm realizing when things get hard some people give up. But, the Gingerbread Man doesn’t give up. To add on, he never gave up even by the end of the book. And if he did he would have been eaten! In my opinion, I would’ve given up after 40 minutes of trying but he didn't. The important thing about this he didn't give up cause he wanted to be with his friends! The reason for this is he wanted his class so he knows he couldn’t just give up! He wanted to find his class until the very end.