Cosa fareste se, mentre sei seduto tranquillo a leggere una fiaba della buonanotte, un coccodrillo s'intrufolasse nel racconto per devastarlo? Chiudereste il libro di schianto per rimetterlo subito sulla libreria? O sareste abbastanza coraggiosi, come il Brutto anatroccolo, per combatterlo? Un albo illustrato interattivo, dove l'obiettivo è convincere il coccodrillo ad abbandonare le pagine. Scuoti il libro, agitalo, finche l'animale bucherà le pagine e se ne filerà via dalla quarta di copertina. Età di lettura: da 3 anni.
- ISBN: 8865261870
- Casa Editrice: NORD-SUD
- Pagine: 32
Charming, funny, delightful, and well crafted interactive tale of a crocodile surprising the storyteller.
This is a humorous tale that includes the reader in the storyline, encouraging the reader to interact with the book. The narrative is conversational and entertaining and the illustrations are colorful and cartoonish. The crocodile isn't too scary and might add some laughter to storytime. I'm afraid
I'm not sure how I feel about a tutu and bow being used as an insult / device to make the male crocodile less scary...
Fun. Interactive elements and some humor for beginning readers, who will have to work to figure out what the words with the missing letters say. My son LOVED the end, and the cut-outs in the book. He found the book looking like it was being eaten hilarious.
A little duckling is trying to tell you a story when a very scary crocodile appears and begins eating letters out of words, leading to a frantic attempt to rid the book of the beast. Very interactive and lots of fun. For a storytime, pair this one with The Monster At The End of This Book by Jon Ston Leggi tutto
Such a fun and interactive book to start the year with! The book starts out like a story about a duckling but then there is a very big, very green, very toothy intruder that starts eating up the words and sentences! Oh my. With the children's help we managed to not only rock the scary crocodile to s Leggi tutto
There is something a little reminiscent of David Ezra Stein's Interrupting Chicken in Bromley's Open Very Carefully. As in Stein's book where the young chicken keeps interrupting the stories that her father is reading and changing their endings, here an alien character interrupts a popular, well-kno Leggi tutto
Are you looking for some laugh out-loud fun? What starts out as a sweet retelling of The Ugly Duckling, turns into a story hijacked by an annoying crocodile. The Ugly Duckling does not have time to be concerned that his siblings are beautiful; he has to get rid of a pesky crocodile. “Watch out! He’s Leggi tutto
A little thin overall, though the hole is an awesome surprise on first viewing. Also, the tutu and bows are bothering me a bit; seems like some gender-based stereotyping that didn't need to be there. Couldn't they have drawn polka dots and smiley faces to achieve the same effect?
Thanks again Aunt Janet! The kids have loved this, especially Ethan. I don't think we've been able to read this just once in a sitting. We usually have to read this at least 3 times before moving on.
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