Tuesday, August 2, 2016
Book Review: The Green Umbrella by Jackie Azua Kramer
Title: The Green Umbrella
Author: Jackie Azúa Kramer, Maral Sassouni (illustrator)
Publisher: North South Books
Expected Release Date: February 1st 2017
Format: Ebook (will be hardback)
GoodReads: When you walk around in a forest you see trees everywhere. Trees, trees and even more trees. But do all trees in a forest look exactly the same? And are there any other plants in a forest? Which animals live in the trees of the forest? And on the ground? Do all forests in the world look alike? In this wonderful, big forest book you’ll discover all about conifers, deciduous trees, tropical forests and so much more!
An informative book filled to the brim with fun facts about the forest and nature
Mine: As you read the book you have to wonder why it’s called The Green Umbrella ; although there is a green umbrella in the story.
Wonderfully illustrated by Maral Sassouni - this story is actually about friendship and sharing. It follows many animals and how they believe the umbrella helped them. But the true message is about sharing.
*I received a free ARC of from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review*
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