- File Size: 4199 KB
- Print Length: 32 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Elsa Takaoka (December 28, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 28, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00RKHL68G
- Text-to-Speech: Not enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #654,477 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Goo and Spot in The Great Zoo Escape Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
The illustrations are large colorful and brilliant in execution. Preschoolers will love them. I don't think the rhymes work as well as in the first book but still highly recommend the book for children ages three to five.
Another nice thing about this book is that you could use it to teach the days of the week.
As for the illustrations, I can honestly say that Catherine Toennison does beautiful work. The pictures in this book have a softer feeling than in the first Goo and Spot book, and I really liked that about it.
It was great fun to watch all the animals working in unison to help snake's sneaky weekly escape plan. I particularly loved watching the chameleons, who are, after all, the zoo's masters of disguise (and apparently also it's spies), helping snake to make his very own disguise out of leaves, I also loved the wonderful illustration of all the animals hidden deep in snake's cave as they finalise the sneaky escape plan - armed, of course, with pencil, paper, torch and magnifying glass!
Goo and Spot have to play their part too, and, after a quick "Eeek" when Goo discovers snake in his backpack, they are off, and making a run for it!
Goo now probably thinks he has a new secret pet for life, but this story also teaches kids one more important life lesson - Snake may think things away from the zoo look more exciting, but he is soon homesick and missing his friends. Oh well - there's always the excitement of planning next week's escape. It looks like snake will be wanting to head home for now, though!
This funny story is written in rhyme, and is beautifully complemented by bright, vibrant illustrations that add to the humour throughout.
i guess she was initially confused if snake was good or scary, so she was anxious as plan progressed. the book is written interesting story with cute illustrations.
the language rhymes well and my kid learnt new words like flee. illustrations are clever and each page is self explanatory for her to flip thru many times
this is a great book to read aloud at storytime for preschooers. going to grab the other goo book. i was asked to reread it again and again, so 5stars
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The illustrations were great and it is a quick bedtime story about a snake who wants to escape from the zoo!Published 10 months ago by Shawn Yates
My gradkids love this book. They helped me to read it. Fun and easy.Published 10 months ago by Vida S. Ingham