Finding Your Place: Celestine And The Hare
Graffeg, 2017 (2017)
Reviewed by Jessica Maguire
just met the Tribe in book four of the
Celestine and the Hare
series. What a captivating bunch! There's sweet Baby Weasus, who was adopted by King Norty, Weasel King. The bears, Panda and Emily, have an affinity for drawing and reading. And little, quiet Small, who likes to sit in teacups and nibble on biscuits, is perhaps the sweetest of them all. I just hope you are not sitting in teacups full of tea, Small!
his adventure finds Emily and her pals reading books, a perfect anytime activity. But everyone keeps losing their place. To help everyone remember their place, Emily gives them a fun craft project to do. What do you suppose the Tribe make to hold their place? That's right, bookmarks! Emily and her friends will show you how to make your own bookmark too.
oung children will love seeing Panda show off his coloring skills with his bookmark. Baby Weasus fashions her beads into a page marker. King Norty will show youngsters how to stamp their very own unique placeholders, while Small shows readers how to get creative with felt.
mily recommends reading this story to your children because, after all, '
you are never too old to be read to.
' While you are reading, children will enjoy the uniquely imaginative colorful pictures on each page. The pictures are not drawings of imaginary creatures. The pictures are, in fact, photographs of the magical shed and gardens that the Tribe, lovingly crafted out of felt, inhabit.
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