Sunday, July 31, 2016

Book Review: Tick Tock Sharks (Children's Book Series)


This is a series I will be running for a little while, highlighting some awesome children's literature. During the coming months, there will be many children's books. Stay tuned to learn more about it. Read previous posts in this series here. 



My struggling reader loved this book!

To be honest I received this as a gift from a family member. I thought it was a cute book and the kiddo wanted to instantly read it. This is a kid that really struggles with reading and never wants to do it. When he was excited about this book it made me excited. To think that this book may have changed everything for him, makes me smile.

The story is very engaging and incorporates a challenging vocabulary. The clock was a fun add on.

Recommended for any young readers. This book was provided to me by my aunt for one of my previous foster kids. I gave this book 5 out of 5 stars! 


Goodreads Description: 

Kids can learn how to tell time with a big, foldout, moveable clock-both analog and digital-and a funny story about how sharks spend their day!

At eight o'clock in the ocean flow,
Whale sharks wake, get dressed, and go.

Silly sharks have a very full day in this rhyming, interactive book that features a foldout, movable clock! At ten o'clock, they learn their 1, 2, 3's. At eleven o'clock, they play in a band. At four o'clock they learn water ballet. The clock opens out to accompany every page and shows both analog and digital time. Delana Bettoli's beautiful illustrations perfectly capture the humor of these wonderful sharks!

Illustrator Delana Bettoli's anthropomorphic illustrations make time-telling even more fun!

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