Grumpy the Iguana, by Susan Marie Chapman

Grumpy the Iguana #1

šŸŽ§ Audiobook review šŸŽ§

GRUMPY THE IGUANA is a happy iguana until one day when something turns his life upside down. It is not until Grumpy meets a new friend that he is able to put his like back together and move forward. He also learns the meaning of true friendship and compassion in the process.

Oh, poor Grumpy. I feel his pain, I’m not a big fan of change either and his was such a big one. I’m so pleased with how this lovely story ended, this book is a nice reminder that even scary changes can have a positive outcome and that friends are so important. I think Grumpy the Iguana could be particularly good for neurodivergent children (I’m autistic myself and really dislike change) and is the perfect bedtime story for everybody. I listened to the Audible version of this book and the narrator did such a wonderful job!

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