Thursday, January 19, 2012

Book Review: Peep in the Deep, Sea Creature Counting Book by R.M. Smith

Published by: Clarence Henry Books
Released on: January 16th, 2012
Source: book from author to review
Ages: 1 & up
5 stars: It's A Great Read
Purchase from: Amazon

Beneath was a peaceful, quiet place when barely a peep gave way to something in the deep. Your child will love learning their numbers with this bright, and colorful book. Watch the ever growing number of sea creatures chase their former group across the pages til the last but not least! Each spread displays each group and number in a large, easy-to-read typeface. - quoted from Goodreads

What a fun under sea adventure! This is a book that will be easy for beginning readers to read, and one younger children will enjoy having read to them. Kids will enjoy counting the various groups of under sea creatures and enjoy the easy to read, rhyming words that make up this story. The illustrations are eye catching and bright and the story itself is quick, educational and engaging for younger children. It's a great read for any personal, school or classroom library.
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