Kid’s Book Review – Titch the Tiddler

28 Feb

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It’s hard being the smallest fish in the reef, especially when the bigger fish won’t play with you. But as Titch finds out, being small can be useful! This picture storybook full of fun, colourful illustrations is an ideal bedtime storybook to delight the young and the young at heart. – http://berkelouw.com.au

Junior absolutely loved this book and started reading it while standing near the bookshelf at the bookstore. In addition to being a wonderful story, it is also a wonderful book for early readers. The book explains that being unique is alright and can have its advantages and introduces kids to different sea creatures.

The illustrations are very colourful and without doubt keeps little ones engaged. I read this book recently to a group of kids aged between 3 and 8 and they all loved it!

So if you are looking for a book to get for an early reader or for story time for a younger child, this is EXCELLENT!

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If you’re looking to get this, try

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Titch-The-Tiddler-jill-newton/dp/B007U67W9Y or do get in touch with me and I’ll let you know where else you can get it from.

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3 Responses to “Kid’s Book Review – Titch the Tiddler”

  1. Anonymous January 20, 2014 at 9:31 pm #

    I got this for my then 18m old from a popular bookstore in colpetty and he simply loves it… hes now 20m and this is one of his favs. he just loves to act on whale’s splash, puff’s blows, show off shark’s razor sharp teeth and how the seahorse dance. Beautiful pictures and as far as i can remember the price was under 200/-. the only issue we had was that on its first read, all the middle pages came apart. My boy loves his books and handles all his books with great care (few accidents do happen) but this time he was totally innocent. I was with him and he had a shock when pages started to come out. Later, together we tape fix the entire book.
    Two happy readers. Worth every penny spent on it.

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