"...witty and colorful pictures...a wonderful way to introduce young children to the fascinations of the seashore...this jaunty rhyme and story about life shoul be a sure hit with everyone." -- Cape Cod Life
"A humorous story that charms as well as informs. Perfect for pre-schoolers." -- The Boston Parents' Paper, June 1986
"It should appeal to all young children whether they have seen a hermit crab at the beach or not. The colorful cartoon illustrations by the author are delightful." -- Sea Frontiers, July 1983
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"It's time to move now. I think I know how. First I must put my tail in. And now I can slide my whole body inside. I did it!" he said with a grin. "Oh look how I fit! I can stand. I can sit. I can roll, I can crawl, I can creep! I can seek, I can hide. I can stay deep inside. I can rest, I can dream, I can sleep!"