details Board book, 24 pages
Being a sea turtle takes patience and pluck, as young readers learn in this enchanting board book. A companion to Saffy, which featured a baby giraffe, this book introduces Totty, the smallest of all the sea turtle babies and the last one to hatch. His brothers and sisters are already far down the beach, crawling toward the sea. As they get smaller and smaller, Totty redoubles his efforts to catch up. But it seems impossible! Will Totty find a way? Award-winning artist Paola Opal’s charming artwork makes Totty an instant friend to little readers, and the simple, rhythmic text makes the book one they’ll return to again and again
I first saw this book in a book catalog at our local independent toy store and I loved he illustrations. So, finally I bought this weekend and tested it out on the kiddos. Thumbs up! I enjoy the book’s rounded edges and sturdy pages as well as the simple but cute message. I am keeping them in the car for long rides.
To enter to win: Saffy and Totty…
My son loves books! We read at least 20 board books a day. I love Sandra Boynton’s board books. Right now, Oh My Oh My Oh Dinosaurs is a particular favorite.
I love the board book “I Love You As Much,” Laura Krauss Melmed
Hard to pick one fave…hmm…Probably our Spot books
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My favorite board book is the classic “Pat the Bunny” board book by Edith Kunhardt.
Thanks for the chance to win, Ellie (Beetle)
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My daughter loves to look at (and try to eat) her board books. Her favorite right now is Dr. Seuss’s ABC An Amazing Alphabet Book.