Toppsta - Childrens Books – Reviews


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Was read to me 6th November '18

Lunch on a Pirate Ship
Author: Caryl Hart Illustrator: Kristina Stephenson
This book is in rhyme which is always a favourite and the theme of pirates is what made Aman pick this book up. The illustrations are bright and colourful and the story was a good read. The main character is a young boy who doesn't want to eat his dinner and meets pirates to have lunch on a pirate ship but go on an adventure.
I rate this book 5 stars because my nephews liked the pirates helping the boy and wanted to read thia book again.

Was read to me 26th October '18

Mrs Blackhat
Authors: Mick Inkpen , Chloe Inkpen
Initally this book did not catch my eye as it was very grey but that all changed when I read it to the children and the story was a great read. It is written in rhyme but at times, was a lot to read on a page and I had to read slowly to get words out coherently.
This book teaches that it's okay to be different and we loved the ending.
Overall, the children recieved the book well and wanted to read it again.

I read this book 14th October '18

The Busy Little Train
Author: Anna Claybourne Illustrator: Jo Moon
Aman loves this book and enjoys shouting out the different animals which join the train. The illustrations are bright and colourful and some are decorated with glitter. The book is written in rhyme which makes it fun to read. My younger daughter likes looking at the pictures and naming the animals and also repeating the sounds the train makes such as choo choo. 

Was read to me 8th October '18

There's A Spider In This Book
Author: Claire Freedman Illustrator: Mike Byrne
This book is big and colourful, definitely eye catching. Aman loved this book as he likes spiders and wanted to find the spider himself on the pages. I think Aman understood part's of this book, rather than all, but he loved it nontheless.

Was read to me 1st October '18

The Tiger Who Came to Tea
Author: Judith Kerr
I love Judith Kerrs book and I found this book alluring and kept my young children happy, even my daughter who has a very short attention span! I especially loved attempting to do tiger's voice and we all had a laugh about the greedy tiger. My nephew wanted to do tiger's voice himself and I helped him with the words. Hopefully, this book will be read many times in our household and I will look forward to reading more of this authors books.