There are few books that become instantly memorable, but this is one of them, a picture book that will have the lasting appeal of The very hungry caterpillar. The illustrations are charming and simple, yet they have a huge impact, partly because the snake grows with bright yellow fabric strips coloured with bright spots. And the words that accompany the pictures blend perfectly with the pictures to make a fun read for the whole family to enjoy.
This is a perfect sharing book, either for a group of children in a class or storytime, or one-on-one with your favourite little (or big) person. Thoroughly engaging and lots of fun for all ages.
If you like this book then try:
- The very hungry caterpillar by Eric Carle
- Not a box by Antoinette Portis
- What makes a rainbow? by Betty Ann Scwartz & Dona Turner
- Should I share my icecream by Mo Willems
Reviewed by Brilla