Thursday, June 6, 2013


Marion Billet

Come follow ten little animals as they work and play throughout their day. Bright and colorful illustrations will capture the attention of the child. Questions about the animals help the children search the page for little clues. At the bottom of each page are nine items the child can also search for. The artwork is eye catching and entertaining. Children could spend quite a bit of time examining all of the things on each page. It will be a perfect book for teaching children about progression and identifying items. The storyline begins in the morning and ends when the little animals go to bed. The plot shows a sense of family and community. The animals are small and children will be able to identify with them. The book is large enough to spread across a parent’s lap so the child can interact with the story. My four year old daughter loves this book and has asked me to read it to her repeatedly.

I received this book free of charge from Children's Lit in exchange for my honest review.

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