Book Review: Magoo and his Magic Poo by H.D. Ronay

Magoo is a cat with a magical power who discovers he can use his gift to help others. In this silly, rhyming book, with a most unusual hook, readers young and old will find that kindness and laughter are greater than gold.


My Review

I chose to read this book after receiving a free e-copy from the author. All opinions in this review are my own and completely unbiased.

I really did wonder if I should accept this book to review, but I’m glad I did. It’s about Magoo, a cat who likes everyone including mice and dogs. He has a special “gift.” His poo smells so bad that people run away because it smells so bad!

When Magoo comes across a puppy mill, he knows right away he has to save the puppies from the evil men. And he knows that his magic poo will do the trick!

The story is told in rhymes, and it’s silly which makes it even better for kids. The last line says it just right: “May kindness always pour from your heart and wazoo.” I can’t wait to read this to my grandkids! I can imagine their dads will get a kick out of the story too.

About the Author

Michael Harring is a CLIO and ADDY award winning illustrator. Over the past fifteen years, Michael’s unique creative touch has helped to shape the campaigns of iconic clients that include Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., and Target. His varied skillset spans illustration, art direction, graphic design, directing, writing, producing, large scale Halloween sculpture and accidental goldfish rescue. Michael was also once yelled at by Gary Busey.

Howie Ronay is a Cannes Lions-winning Creative Director with over twenty years of experience at global ad agencies. He has been fortunate to have won multiple Effies, Webby awards and created Kraft Food’s first Top Ten Super Bowl spot for Planters as ranked by USA Today’s Ad Meter. His viral video for Kmart, “Ship my Pants,” was featured on The Today Show, Good Morning America and CNN and was selected by YouTube as one of the “Top 20 Ads of the Past Decade.” Howie recently found out his parents’ nickname for him as a baby was “Doo Doo,” so this is all in fact, coming full circle.

2 thoughts on “Book Review: Magoo and his Magic Poo by H.D. Ronay

  1. beth October 5, 2022 / 8:21 am

    wonderful review of a book with a great message

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