Norman the Slug with a Silly Shell: A laugh-out-loud picture book from the creators of Supertato!
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Norman frees himself with a ‘slither and a slother, a slip and a slide’. Can you make up your own sentences that use alliteration? Words are kept at the minimum to let the story flow. It's concise and to the point, letting the tale and illustrations take lead. Young readers will fall into the story immediately and bounce from situation to situation without the slightest bit of pause. It's great for those who adore silliness and, especially, those with a short attention span—a real plus for younger listeners. Giggles are guaranteed, and there's even a moment of suspense. The ending will either leave a reader thinking, dreaming or simply saying 'huh' and wondering what just hit them. It's a book younger listeners will adore, while older ones will either enjoy it, or shake their heads and toss it to the side. It's an original tale, which hits or doesn't.
Premise/plot: Norman, the "hero" of the book, doesn't have a shell. At least not yet. This picture book shows him "finding" a very silly shell to wear when playing with the other slugs. But. There are consequences as well...when your shell is so tasty. Nice artwork - but disappointingly lazy story, which really didn't feel like had been thought through to any extent.Ocr_converted abbyy-to-hocr 1.1.20 Ocr_module_version 0.0.17 Old_pallet IA18116 Openlibrary_edition Norman lands on a washing line. Why do people hang wet clothes on a washing line? What does evaporation mean?
Ever since I’ve found out about Book Outlet I have been buying children’s books like crazy. Some for my children, some to give as gifts to my relatives who have young childrend. Access-restricted-item true Addeddate 2020-07-09 16:08:17 Boxid IA1822113 Camera Sony Alpha-A6300 (Control) Collection_set printdisabled External-identifierHilarious... One of the funniest picture books this year - read it and laugh out loud!' Creative Steps Magazine