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Thursday, 29 January 2015

Review: The Book with No Pictures

Author: B. J. Novak



Release date: 4th December 2014 (hardback)
Genre: Picture book
Themes: Play, Humour, Reading aloud
Target audience: 3+
Publisher: Puffin Books


Review:
The Book with No Pictures is a hilarious, silly book. I love it!


It’s about a book with no pictures. It’s all words! And of course, if you are reading a book out loud to a class, you have to read every word. This book has some very silly words. It makes the adult reader look really silly. So of course, children love it. Therefore, so do I.


I can’t really tell you much more about it. What I can say is, if you want children to interact with story, laugh and giggle, then this book is for you. It’s for all the kids young and old.


If you enjoyed Press Here by Hevré Tullet or There are No Cats in this Book by Viviane Schwarz, then you will love this!


Source: Borrowed from the school library.


Here’s a little Youtube clip. Enjoy!

1 comment:

Jean Johnson said...

I love to read such story books. Sometimes as a part of my work I will go to schools and interact with children. So I think next I could bring this book for them. Thanks for the review :)