Saturday, March 3, 2018

The Slithery Shakedown by Tracey Hecht

This is part of the Grow & Read series for children.  There is limited text, lots of graphics and an easy to read storyline.  I like it; it's a great way to introduce a child to reading.

Fabled Films sent me an ARC of this book to read for review (thank you).  It will be published April 3rd.

Bismark is waiting for his buddies to show up for their night prowling.  He always acts like he's fearless but he's not.  When he hears the bushes start rattling he gets nervous.  It's his friends, there's nothing to be nervous about.  But the next visitor is not so tame...

A snake slithers out of the bush and thinks the Bismark looks good enough to eat.  He talks big but he's small.  Luckily the other two are there.  When the snake leaves, he even leaves them a present.

This one will make you smile.  I don't even like snakes but I did like the ending a lot!

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