Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Everything Goes by Sea

Everything Goes by Sea
Brian Biggs
Henry and his parents are going on a great adventure. They are taking the ferry through the water to their destination. But the ride there is filled with lots questions and amazing sights. His parents do their best to answer Henry's many questions.
 The text is written in bubbles so as not to detract from the illustrations. The book is drawn very similar to a Richard Scarry book with its multifaceted pictures. There is a caption next to each form of transportation or watercraft, and also beside different sections of the boats. It is informative, but also captivating. Children can spend hours poring over the book trying to see every person, detail, and piece of information. It is not written in story form, but can be read as a story with a little bit of creativity. My two children love this book and have spent quite a bit of time looking at all of the pictures.

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

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