That Egg Is Mine!: A Silly Story about Sharing
by Liz Goulet Dubois
* Ages: 3-8
* Grade Level: PS-3
* Series: Duck and Cluck
* Hardcover: 40 pages
* Publisher: Sourcebooks, Jabberwocky
* Pub. Date: Jan. 4, 2022
* Language: English
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This is the debut book in the Duck & Cluck series. It is targeted towards beginning readers and introduces them to the graphic novel format.
Duck and Cluck are long-time friends. Duck has discovered an egg which she is coveting but Cluck thinks that the egg belongs to her. Each one declares ownership. Who does own the egg? Both parties learn a valuable life lesson about manners and sharing.
Kids will love the humour and the illustrations are such fun. They are expressive and animated which is very appealing to younger readers. The vocabulary is spot on with short sentences which can easily be navigated through. This would be a great addition to a classroom setting and also placed in an elementary school library. I highly recommend "That Egg is Mine!"
Storywraps Rating - 5 HUGS!
Meet the Author/Illustrator
Liz is an author, illustrator, and product designer who works from her toy-filled studio in the country in Rhode Island. Her favorite kinds of books to make are character-driven, with quirky personalities steering the stories. You'll see these characters in picture books, early reader graphic novels, and those sturdy kind of books for the youngest readers that have interactive elements, like flaps and folds.
*Blog Link: www.babybookworms.blogspot.ca
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