Thursday, June 4, 2015

Review: Sam The Slug by Lstarte

Title: Sam The Slug
Author: Lstarte
Publisher: Capital Apple Press
Published: May 17, 2012
Pages: 10
Genre: Children up to age 4
Review: ebook provided by author

The story of an adorable slug and its voracious appetite.

See Sam and a nearby ladybug interact with childlike curiosity, until a stalk of celery commands Sam's full attention and insatiable appetite.
Moderately paced for your child's developing senses, yet considerably fast paced for a slug.
Up to age 4.

We received this book to give an honest review.

This is a very short book about a slug named Sam who just goes to eat celery. You have a picture of a bug and the slug and you get to compare how a slug is different than a bug. One walks and the other slides. I read this to A and being two to her it was just a story she couldn't tell me if she liked it or not all she kept saying was bug and bug bite you. There are very few words on each page so it is good for the younger kids it is also good for those who are learning to read. I would have liked to have seen what the lady bug eats as we see the slug eats some celery. 
Short and to the point is really all I can say. The pictures are okay though the ladybug's legs seem very scary looking. 

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