Under The Sea: Funny Faces
Grace Jones & Drue Rintoul
Booklife, 2017 (2017)
Reviewed by Jessica Maguire
nder The Sea
is a ton of fun! You and your toddler can take a trip under the waves, no wetsuit required.
ot to worry about little hands, or teeth, destroying this book. The large, laminated, thick cardboard pages should withstand a fair amount of wear and tear.
our bright and cheerful illustrations take up two pages at time. With each turn of the page you'll find a hole that your little one can stick his or her face through. Why? So your little reader can be transformed into a pirate, fish, or even a mermaid.
'd love to stick my face in the page and transform myself into an '
octopus having afternoon tea.
' Having eight legs would be great! Why? Well this octopus is holding two cups of tea, a lot of cake, and a fork and spoon ... yum!
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