Sunday Love Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-04-04 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 0 user ratings

" Finally--a CREATIVE Valentine's story! We really enjoyed this story-without-words. Two thumbs up! " said.

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" I think I liked this book mostly because the ending was so surprising. " said.

" Cool illustrations, but a bit abstract. " said.

" I did not like this book at all. I wouldn't have in my classroom library or for my child at home. The pictures were really scary and the story was frightening. I'm not sure how it is considered a children's book. " said.

"Date: October 14th, 2014

Author: Alison Paul

Title: Sunday Love

Plot: Bruno the Burglar has escaped from the pen on Valentine's Day and he will stop at nothing to get to his true love.

Setting: Jail, Around the city (a European city)

Characters: Bruno the Burglar, Cupid

Point-of-Views: Third-Person

Theme: True-Love

Style: Wordless Picture-book; Illustrations in black/red/white; Illustrations are detailed and tell the story. No dialogue is given, which allows reader to "fill-in" the dialogue blanks

Copyright: 2010

Notes: Funny book, but far from my favorite. I think the student will get a good laugh from reading this book. I would do an activity for Valentine's Day and have the students tell me their greatest love and explain why that person, place, or thing is their greatest love.
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