OwlKids Books Reviewed
My Beastly Book of Twisted Tales 150 Ways to Doodle, Scribble, Color, and Draw by Berengere Delaporte
A fun activity doodle, scribble, color, and draw book that will last for months! JJ’s been flipping around, picking and choosing what looks interesting. It’s been a bit hit for her! (Review here.)
Think-A-Ma-Jink by Dave Whamond
Jack’s Uncle Doug gives Jack a Think-a-Ma-Jink for his birthday – a wonderful way to make all his ideas become real – like cotton-candy-breathing dragons. But the Think-a-Ma-Jink gets destroyed, and Jack learns that he can has the power in his own imagination to bring his ideas to life. JJ loves this story!
Animals and Their Families by Barbara Nascimbeni
Each animal has a two page spread– 1 page for the animal and 1 page for animal’s sound, home, and what it eats. We read this book and looked up the sounds to hear them for ourselves. Whale sounds, penguin sounds, it was so fun!
How? by Catherine Ripley, illustrated by Scot Ritchie
How does the library get all its books?
How does batter turn into cake?
How does the steering wheel turn the car?
How do x-rays work?
This book asks and answers some fascinating kid questions.
Off To Class Incredible and Unusual Schools Around the World by Susan Hughes
I think this is such a great introduction to the realities around the world.
More Books From OwlKids
Little Lamb, Have you Any Wool by Isabel Minhas Martins, illustrated by Yara Kono
Martin on the Moon by Martine Audet illustrated by Luc Melanson
Pick Up Your Pen The Art of Handwriting by Monica Dengo
Sir Seth Thistlewaite by Richard Thake illustrated by Vince Chui
Picture My Day by Severine Cordier, illustrated by Cynthia Lacroix
The Secret Life of Money A Kid’s Guide to Cash by Kira Vermond, illustrated by layton Hanmer
Max Finder Mystery by Liam O’Donnell, illustrated by Michael Cho