Snap!

Marcia K. Vaughan Sascha Hutchinson


Snap!

Snap!

  • Title: Snap!
  • Author: Marcia K. Vaughan Sascha Hutchinson
  • ISBN: 9780590603775
  • Page: 377
  • Format: Hardcover



On a hot, dusty day, Joey, a young kangaroo, only wants to play He plays all sorts of games with his friends hide n sneak with Twisker the mouse, lots of knots with Slider the snake but what to do when Sly tooth the crocodile comes around and wants to play a game of Snap Quick thinking Joey saves the day by suggesting a game of tickle the tonsils instead.


Recent Comments "Snap!"

Julia was intrigued by this cover when she saw it at the library so it ended up going home with us. After reading it I know I/we haven't read this exact story before but I can't help but feel I've read/heard it somewhere, at some point. With my memory who knows but Julia said it was new to her. There's more text here than in a lot of the picture books for young children which is a blessing if you have an older toddler/young child who you're trying to get used to longer books.The only thing negat [...]

This is a great story for children who are learning about or interested in animals. We meet animals from Australia (some that may be new for kids/parents). The images seem to be made out of small bits of colored paper that are put together to make the animals. It is a unique premise. The story is repetitive, which would be good for a younger audience, but the text is slightly longer. It would be best for K-1st grade.

A wonderful story of a little kangaroo named Joey who would like to play a game. Lots of animals are teaching him different games although it is hot that day. the last animal is a crocodile and he eats up all the animals but Joey has an idea and they all free themselves. With the text being longer it could be a good first book for pre-schoolers. It is funny and has rhyme which can make it easier on the kids.

3.25 starsI love this pieced, ripped paper art formI can't even tell you why, I just like it might be the texture, I like texture. The story is good, and I like the animal glossary in the back. Stay away from Crocodiles---they don't play nice!

Australian folktale with a clever twist. Think about a version of The Gingerbread Man in which the fox gets foiled.

Colorful, interesting illustrations, and I like the concrete language and repetitive, sing-song nature of it all. A solid read-aloud.

Australia

Cute story about animals in Australia playing games.

AR Quiz No. 160108 EN FictionAccelerated Reader Quiz Information IL: LG - BL: 2.6 - AR Pts: 0.5Accelerated Reader Quiz Type Information AR Quiz Types: RP


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