Animalicious: A Quirky ABC Book MOBI × Quirky ABC

I love alphabet books with word play This could pair with Antics, Animal Tale, and other clever word play alphabets. Cute quirky book about misunderstood animal names. The first thing any reader needs to know about this book is that it is not meant to teach about animals Nor is it a true alphabet book When you heed these two important facts, this book is really fun and clever Sometimes the animal s name is in the new one like in Grabbit a rabbit who tries to make off with the letter G and Other times it isn t, like in Piethon a snake eating a pie The illustrations are fun too I especially enjoyed the ostrich with an attitude Younger readers mi The first thing any reader needs to know about this book is that it is not meant to teach about animals Nor is it a true alphabet book When you heed these two important facts, this book is really fun and clever Sometimes the animal s name is in the new one like in Grabbit a rabbit who tries to make off with the letter G and Other times it isn t, like in Piethon a snake eating a pie The illustrations are fun too I especially enjoyed the ostrich with an attitude Younger readers might not get the humor, but older ones who want to think outside the box will truly enjoy it Definitely an abc book writtenfor adults than kids Too many of the words would be too abstract for kids to understand However, the artwork is bright and appealing, so the book would likely be enjoyed by kids as well. A seriously silly ABC book packed with imaginary animals from the creator of the Llama Llama books, Anna Dewdney, and Reed DuncanFrom A is for Anonymouse and I is for Incredibull, to K is for Kangarude and R is for Rocktopus, this ABC book will have readers laughing out loud as they learn the alphabet with animals they may never have seen or even heard of before Very clever It took me a bit to figure out some of the animals what the animals are doing gives you a hint as to why they are so named I m not sure how much kids are going to pick up since some of the names involve some unique vocabulary. Doesn t really fit anywhere The puns and sight gags are often too out there for young readers who would enjoy the silliness, but not clever enough to make this a fun choice for adults I understand the idea that seemed good, but this is underdeveloped. Loved the words and the ABC concept, but the art just didn t thrill me. I would not introduce this alphabet book to young readers as I think they would be very confused by the made up creatures and misspelled words However children aged eight to ten may enjoy the silliness and get the jokes behind the creatures. I like Anna Dewdney I like Claudia Boldt I do, I do However, I did not like this book The whimsical idea is promising, but I found the whole thing too confusing and rambling and just all over the place Is there humor here Sure, but not enough to bridge the gap between what are often out there puns and the odd related illustrations However, kids might love it I m hoping that s the case I ll have to get it into some young reader hands and see what happensThanks to Penguin Young Readers fo I like Anna Dewdney I like Claudia Boldt I do, I do However, I did not like this book The whimsical idea is promising, but I found the whole thing too confusing and rambling and just all over the place Is there humor here Sure, but not enough to bridge the gap between what are often out there puns and the odd related illustrations However, kids might love it I m hoping that s the case I ll have to get it into some young reader hands and see what happensThanks to Penguin Young Readers for the review copy Animalicious: A Quirky ABC Book


About the Author: Anna Dewdney

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