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The Watermelon Seed [Board Book] Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2018-05-18 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 71 user ratings
ISBN:1484712366
LANGUAGE:English

" What happens if you swallow a watermelon seed? The alligator in this story imagines this problem and what it could mean for him! Young readers will laugh and enjoy this amusing predicament! " said.

" Really reminds me of Lyle, Lyle Crocodile. http://www.pussreboots.pair.com/blog/... " said.

" Perfect summer book--simple, fun, funny, great pace! " said.

" As is often the case, I appreciated this book even more in the presence of children than when I first read it by myself. It's funny, has a terrific combination of words and pictures, and the author "gets" children (along with their slightly irrational fears). Delightful. " said.

" Utterly charming.But maybe there should be a PSA that explains that you won't actually grow a watermelon in your belly if you swallow a seed. Because real kids (i.e. me) worry about these things. " said.

" #nerdlution day 45. Cute, cute, cute, in the style of the beloved Elephant and Piggie. What child, or adult for that matter, hasn't worried about what happens when they swallow a seed? Great illustrations in 3 colors, love the vines growing out of his ears, I never thought about that as a consequence! " said.

" This book is adorable! Young readers are presented with occurrences of onomatopoeia that then connect the emotions and sounds from the pages directly to the reader's mind, therefore making it all the more easy to relate. This award winning classic is a great book for teacher's to keep on their shelves because it can open up discussion to help students understand the misconceptions behind swallowing a watermelon seed. In addition, it's a truly hilarious and delightful read. " said.

"As a kid, did you ever wonder what would happen to he watermelon seed inside your tummy?

Well, this book definitely explores that topic! "The Watermelon Seed" is filled with simple yet charming illustrations that children ages 3-8 can enjoy, read and relate to. The use of onomatopoeia in this story is carefully laid out and balanced with the rest of the text in the story.

A quick, yet interesting story that follows a little crocodile after he accidentally swallows a watermelon seed.
Will vines comes out of your ears? Will you turn pink? Find out and read!
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