Roar!

Roar!

Book - 2002
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As she spends the day with her mother reading, playing, doing chores, and eating, a young girl imagines that she is various animals.
Publisher: Cambridge, MA : Candlewick Press, c2002
Edition: 1st U.S. ed
ISBN: 9780763617738
0763617733
Branch Call Number: E FRE
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaed) : ill. ; 27 cm

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mmcbeth29
May 30, 2015

SUMMARY: At bedtime, Lottie's mom reads a book about animals to her. The next day, Lottie is inspired to pretend to be different animals, all of which say, "roar." But by evening, Lottie becomes a cranky roaring crocodile. In order to shake off the crannies, Lottie turns back into herself.

ILLUSTRATIONS: The illustrations were created in paint and colored pencil. They are colorful, simple enough for the little ones, and fun.

REVIEW: This was a delightful story with play along potential. Your child can roar alongside Lottie as she changes from one animal to another. I'm not sure why every animal says "roar," but you can certainly play with the correct animal sounds as well.

AGE RECOMMENDATION: Ages 3-7

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