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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
This is the Book (Bite-Size Books for Beginning Readers 1) by Bernice Seward is about the book that sat in the nook. A crook takes that book and a rook chases the crook, who has taken that book which was in the nook. There is a brook under the rook that chases the crook and the book falls into the brook. A snook sees the book and eats it. A cook comes looking for the snook, and she puts the hook into the brook. The snook sees the hook and gets caught by the cook. The book which was in the nook actually belongs to the cook.
The book is written for beginner readers and helps them with the repetitive sentences and rhyming words. The illustrations give clarity to what the author is trying to convey, and gives a good pace and movement to the already charming story. It is an adorable book for interactive sessions in classrooms and school libraries, and parents can also use it to teach children rhyming words and how to make simple and short sentences. Children will love the crook and the snook and the cook. The author’s creativity is evident in the narration and will encourage readers to make short and simple sentences as in the story. The –ook word is emphasized in this story and readers can be encouraged to write using other rhyming words and build up new sentences. The story is fun, interactive, and educational and this simple tale will help struggling readers to successfully read an entire story.