Thank You very much to the publisher – Bloomsbury children’s books for the review copy.
Genre: Children’s fiction (years 0-3)
Release date: 14 04 2022
Price*: Kindle £4.49 (GBP)/Paperback £6.99 (GBP)
Pages: ~ 32
My rating: Really liked it.
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What I learned from this book: The fairy tales are fun and educational.
Description of the book: When a flea, a grasshopper and a frog compete to show the King who can jump the highest, it causes CHAOS in the royal dining hall. Who can jump the highest? Can the clever leap-frog use his wits to win? And will the Emperor’s dog EVER get rid of the flea?
How this book made me feel: I am a sucker for beautiful illustrations and I get very excited to read beautiful books. 🙂 And this rhymed story is just that, a fun story with stunning drawings. The blurb describes this book very accurately and it is full of funny situations. It is very well rhymed and I think it would be a fun story to teach young children.
So, to conclude, it is a very fun rhymed story filled with stunning illustrations, it is so pretty that I am going to keep it and not pass it over to other readers, as I normally do. 😀 I hope you will give it a read and will like it as much as I did. 🙂
Thank you for your time! ❤
About the author: Peter Bently is the award-winning author of many books for younger children. These include KING JACK AND THE DRAGON (one of the American Library Association’s Notable Books of the Year), THE GREAT DOG BOTTOM SWAP (shortlisted for the Roald Dahl Funny Prize) and CATS AHOY!, (winner of the Roald Dahl Funny Prize). He lives in London.
Twitter: @PeterBently / Facebook: @PeterBentlyAuthor
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