MOM KNOWS IT ALL 2018 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE – Bucketloads Of Friends
I always enjoyed search and find puzzles when I was younger. In fact, I still enjoy them to this day given the time and opportunity. They’re a great way to help practice reading, concentration and sometimes counting, amongst other skills. Bucketloads Of Friends is a fun search and find book that’s perfect for young readers.
Bucketloads Of Friends
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- By Mia Cassany (author), Miguel Bustos (Illustrator)
- Age Range: 4 – 8 years
- Grade Level: Preschool – 3
- Hardcover: 44 pages
- Publisher: Prestel Junior (October 2, 2018)
- ISBN-10: 3791373579
- ISBN-13: 978-3791373577
- Purchase on Amazon
Lucas is looking everywhere for a best friend: the park, the circus, by the lake, and at school. He meets a lot of people along the way. But what about a best friend? This entertaining and colorful book is full of details for kids to search and find. Every spread features line drawings that are humming with activity. From an animal hospital populated with every kind of pet to an office filled with workers too busy working to give Lucas the time of day; from a restaurant that appears to serve only sandwiches and salad to a botanic garden where the visitors are just as strange as the plants. As Lucas travels around the city, he meets a lot of people, but will he find a best friend? Young readers will turn again and again to these drawings, discovering new details each time, and sparking their own ideas about how people interact in everyday situations. Many look and find questions will increase the fun and help to spot even more details.
Mia Cassany is the author of numerous children’s books including “Animalkind”, “An Atlas of Imaginary Places” and “Bucketloads of Friends” (all Prestel).
Miguel Bustos is a Spanish illustrator and designer. He lives in Barcelona, Spain.