Thursday, August 14, 2014

Kids Book Review - Never Say Boo to a Frilly by Margot Finke

Never Say Boo to a Frilly

Author: Margot Finke 
Artist: Aysin Eroglubo
Print ISBN: 9781616335045; 1616335041 
eBook ISBN: 9781616335052; 161633505X 

Never Say Boo to a Frilly

If the title of Margot Finke’s latest children’s book, Never Say Boo to a Frilly, doesn’t grab your attention, I am not sure what will. My curiosity was captivated the moment I read the title. What in the world is a frilly anyway? And boy was I surprised.

Margot Finke, the transplanted Aussie creates a rhyming children’s book of fun filled facts of three Australian critters, the Frillneck Lizard, the Rainbow Birds and The Tasmanian Devil. Each rhyming adventure immerses the reader on a ride into each critters world, behavior features and survival ability. To aid in the learning process, Finke has included an enhanced vocabulary word reference within the book and an Educator’s Guide available at Margot Finke’s distinctive storytelling style and expert rhyming brings forth an exhilarating learning experience, without realizing the learning has begun.

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Donna M. McDine
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