Blue Sea

On a deep blue background, the words blue sea appeard then the first of Crews s eye filling paintings.The author and illustrator of Rain have invented another winner Publishers Weekly.
Blue Sea On a deep blue background the words blue sea appeard then the first of Crews s eye filling paintings The author and illustrator of Rain have invented another winner Publishers Weekly

  • Title: Blue Sea
  • Author: Robert Kalan Donald Crews
  • ISBN: 9780688115098
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Blue Sea”

    1. Brightly colored fish illustrate big, bigger and biggest (and also the concept of apex predation).

    2. Very simple graphics, very simple text. I thought it might be hard for the babies to follow the story and I'm not sure they did but they just stared at me through the whole thing! Outside of a little voice change for the size of the fish it seemed boring to me, but they were engrossed. Go figure. I used it for narrative skills and retold it with a flannelboard.

    3. This spare book is bright, colorful, and fun. It is perfect for read-alouds for children 2 and up, who can get the humor of it. My daughters love it and I love looking at because the colors are so hypnotic.

    4. Read at Baby Lap Time on 2/22/12 and 2/23/12: storytimesecrets/Read at Baby/Toddler Story Time on 8/7/12: storytimesecrets/

    5. Loads of repetition about a little fish, big fish, bigger fish, and biggest fish as one tries to eat the other. In the chase, they pass through a small hole, then a smaller hole, and finally the smallest hole. This is a patterned story perfect for beginning ELLs.

    6. Brilliant! I like the simplicity of this book. Very easy and quick to read. This book is like treasure. I love this.

    7. Great book that introduces differences and many concepts in just a few short pages. Text is very minimal and the pictures are stark and contrast well. Great for baby storytimes.

    8. Zoe LOVED this book and had me reading it over and over again resulting in her outpouring of laughter every time!

    9. It's amazing how something so simple can be so entertaining. I can see why this is a classic. In case it isn't, it should be!

    10. This book was very boring with very little word usage. It repeated words and the pictures were bland

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