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In Todd We Trust #2020

In Todd We Trust Out of the dirt on Todd s smelly sock came a race of miniature people who worship Todd as a god Now the tiny Toddlians need everyone s prayers The Toddlians have always believed in the omnipotence of

  • Title: In Todd We Trust
  • Author: Louise Galveston
  • ISBN: 9781595146793
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In Todd We Trust By Louise Galveston, Out of the dirt on Todd s smelly sock came a race of miniature people who worship Todd as a god.Now, the tiny Toddlians need everyone s prayers The Toddlians have always believed in the omnipotence of their god, twelve year old Todd Butroche After all, Todd is their creator and they would not exist if it were not for him and his benevolent grossness But when the ToddlianOut of the dirt on Todd s smelly sock came a race of miniature people who worship Todd as a god.Now, the tiny Toddlians need everyone s prayers The Toddlians have always believed in the omnipotence of their god, twelve year old Todd Butroche After all, Todd is their creator and they would not exist if it were not for him and his benevolent grossness But when the Toddlians are confronted with a vile red thing a moldy apple and its mysterious and horrifying inhabitant a worm , they begin to believe Todd has forgotten all about them There s only one solution to the Toddlians problems to find a new god And so they decide to build a raft la Noah s ark in order to search for a thoughtful deity But who can the Toddlians turn to in their time of despair And does Todd really not remember the miniature race generated by the dirt on his smelly sock It will take than divine intervention to save the Toddlians and mend their relationship with their neglectful creator.

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    1. In Todd We Trust opens with the Toddlians in a state of panic Their god, who has previously learned how important his benevolence is to the little society that spawned from his severely under laundered sock, is increasingly distracted by the types of things middle school boys are usually distracted or obsessed by That s right handling burgeoning sexual feelings for the beautiful new girl, bullies with confusing agendas, and figuring out how to get out of physical education keep Todd from paying [...]

    2. How apropos that I post this review on the Ides of March All is not well in Toddlandia The defeat of Max Loving in BY THE GRACE OF TODD only riled the beast further and he is back to torment Todd and torture the Toddlians But Max is the lessor of Todd s worries as he joins the swim team, faces Terrifying Coach Tomlin, and contemplates attending a DANCE with a GIRL His worries get the better of him for a bit, and his care of the Toddlians could, uh, be better His loyal friends face the frightenin [...]

    3. I really liked this second book about the Toddlians Those tiny people have such interesting and varied personalities, and they keep me laughing Todd has grown up a bit he s confident and self assured, but still struggling with the concept of responsibility Todd is such a great character He s learning and growing all the time He makes dumb mistakes and brilliant decisions He s brave and scared at the same time Just great writing I love the interaction between Todd and his friends, especially the [...]

    4. Todd is your average twelve year old boy with all the personal hygiene problems, school issues anddrama that we expect in the middle school years He also is a God to a very small group of people that live in his room and do their best to honor and help him Imagine what they go through as they try to navigate Todd s messy closet, discarded food and the computer They have a problem in that they think Todd isn t paying attention and maybe they need to move on Finding a new deity proves to be a chal [...]

    5. I hadn t read the previous book, By the Grace of Todd, so it took me a little while to figure out what was going on My question is whether the target readers will have difficulty, or less I did like the idea of tiny people, but then, I really loved Terry Pratchett s Nome series and if you haven t read them, go now this book will wait Todd is very human, very realistic, however some of his bullies are not quite there The Toddlian s trek seems inspired by the Borrowers, but Daisy is a unique crea [...]

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