Thank you to Annick Press for the opportunity to review this book.
Slither Slide, What’s Outside? by Nora Hilb, Sheryl Shapiro, and Simon Shapiro is an exploration of nature through illustrations and photographs. Different elements of all four seasons are explored, with calls to action for readers to get involved by moving their bodies and raising their voices.
I read this book with my 2 year old son, and I can’t tell you how much he enjoyed it. This is probably one of his favorite books that we’ve read for the blog. He loved the photographs that went with each action, and loved doing the motions for each item. He especially enjoyed wiggling around on the floor like a worm! This would also be a great classroom read-aloud for a group of toddlers.
Slither Slide, What’s Outside? is a fun read for parents and kids alike. If you have a young child who is learning about nature and animals, this book is the perfect companion. The combination of photographs and illustrations used throughout the book make it a great teaching tool.
Slither Slide, What’s Outside? is 32 pages long and is published by Annick Press.
I was provided with a digital copy of this book to review. All opinions expressed are my own.
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