Friday, July 18, 2014

Review: Tickly Toes by Susan Hood


SUMMARY FROM NETGALLEY.COM:
Celebrating a delightful milestone -- when babies discover their feet! -- and encouraging plenty of toe-tickling fun, this rhyming read aloud guarantees giggles for both parents and tots.
MY TAKE:
My son doesn't usually laugh when you try to tickle his feet, but I thought I'd give this one a try anyway because it sounded like a fun book.

In Tickly Toes, parents and their child share in the joy of the little child discovering his toes and being tickled.

I thought the rhymes were quite funny and cute. My son likes touching his toes and hates wearing shoes too, so at least in those things, I was able to relate to the book.

The illustration style was not my type, but I thought the baby was cute. The medium used was okay too. Before I found out that it was acrylic and pencil, I noted that it seemed to be done in "paint or watercolor" and that there are "black pastel-like smudges that appear to represent shadows". So if you're familiar with the said media, you'll have an idea what the illustrations may look like.

Thanks to NetGalley and Kids Can Press for the e-ARC. Publication date of Tickly Toes is on August 1, 2014.

THE GOOD:

  1. Parents will be able to relate.
  2. It's a fun book to read to your child.
  3. The rhymes are cute and will put a smile on your face.

THE BAD:

  1. The illustration style may not be for everyone. 

FAVORITE QUOTE/S:
Those ten little piggies!
Watch how the wiggle.
We count them and kiss them
and oh, how you giggle! 
READ IT IF:

  1. Your child likes it when you tickle his toes.
  2. You're looking for a book you can read with your child.
  3. You like fun children's books. 

RATING:
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