This book was a super cute picture book about happy animals!
Happy cats, dogs, and frogs are just some of the ridiculously adorable animals showcased in this book. I really liked the cartoon-y art that was featured within the book. The colourful pictures gave the book a friendly and fun feel, which makes it perfect for the target audience.
There is a rhyming scheme, which seems a little forced at times. Dogs, frogs, tree, three, etc. Despite this, I think the book was a fun book for the younger age group (one year to five years maximum, in my opinion). It’s definitely easy to read along with, and could be read in a silly song to make the book more fun and interactive.
For a picture book, it’s rather long! It’s well past 20 pages of colourful pages with happy animals.
Overall, I think this book is very sweet! It’s the perfect book to introduce young readers into the world of literature! I’d also recommend this book to a kindergarten or daycare class learning animals, because it’s fun and colourful enough to make a lesson out of.
Five out of five stars!
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