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Picture Book Review: The Snatchabook

Snatchabook Picture Book

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Picture Book Review: The Snatchabook

I hope this one remains a favorite of hers because I would not mind reading this to her over and over

Review Date: October 2nd, 2017

Written by: Helen Docherty & Thomas Docherty


Cover Copy

In every house, in every bed, a bedtime book was being read…

But then, one night, all the animals’ bedtime storybooks start disappearing. Is there a book thief? And who could it be? One brave little bunny sets out to solve the mystery

Review

We received The Snatchabook in our latest Bookroo box, and it’s quickly becoming a favorite for both of us. Madeline loves it because she feels the need to tell me all about it in her own little Toddler language. I posted some videos of her reading/seek and finding this one on IG today. She had read it to me about 17 times, and has sat through me reading it about three. She much prefers reading it to me, which is fine. I was able to read the story at least one time through, so I know how it goes.

This is easily becoming one of my new favorites of hers as well. I absolutely love the illustrations. The colors and artwork are beautiful. The words have a cute little rhyming to them and the story itself is actually super cute. I hope this one remains a favorite of hers because I would not mind reading this to her over and over.

Kid Ratings

  • Tear & Fold Resistance: 7/10
  • Font Readability: 10/10
  • Kid Engagement: 10/10
  • Mommy Engagement: 10/10

Reader, Author, Bookstagrammer, and Mom; Alexis runs Nerdy Post, a fandom artwork box as well as serves as chief editor and writer on Drop and Give me Nerdy.

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