Book reviews from 4—7 years
11 January 2009Add to My Folder
Jill Walkinton and Alison Lewis delve into the world of creepy-crawlies to see what new reads will transform children into book worms
William Worm by Sheila Bird and Corinne Bittler (Caterpillar Books, ISBN 9781848570320)
This is a sturdy early reading book with plenty of winning features ranging from pop-up page extensions, easy-to-predict rhymes, and cutaways. There is also a securely fixed integral finger puppet with a friendly face – perfect for adult and child fingers alike. This is a clever device, making the book great for paired reading with younger children.
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