Saturday, July 20, 2013

King Cecil the Sea Horse adapted by Tish Rabe

One of my favorite characters comes back in this story.  Remember the Cat in the Hat?  He's back and he's taking two young ones on a trip to the ocean to talk about babysitting.  That's right, babysitting.

Random House Children's Books shared a copy of this Little Golden Book with me for review (thank you).  It has been published, so check in the children's books section of your local bookstore for a copy.

Golden Books have always been fun, but it's great to see old characters brought back to life in new stories.

The Cat in the Hat shrinks himself and the two youngsters and they visit King Cecil under the sea.  King Cecil happens to be carrying the sea horse babies in his pouch.  Soon they are hatching and the children get to see how many babies a sea horse has; it's amazing!

This is cute little story with some facts and some imagination mixed in and little ones will enjoy the story.  Did you know sea horses have hundreds of babies?  They do.

Happy reading.

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