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It's the hottest day of the year, the perfect day for a boy and his grandad to set off on an adventure - and the perfect day to share a picnic with pirates!...

Title : Sun
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ISBN : 9781783707959
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 40 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Sun Reviews

  • Mehsi
    2019-03-31 11:15

    The hottest day of the year has arrived, and a boy and his grandpa are out on an adventure!After Rain and Snow we now have Sun! This time instead of endless rain or mountains of snow, we have a very very hot summer day. It has been released perfectly in time for those hot summer months that are coming (well, at least here if the weather cooperates :P). I loved the enthusiasm of the little boy, even though I am quite a bit older, I can still relate. Hot summer days are perfect for adventuring. Perfect for a picnic. And a quest for the best picnic spot ever (because you can't just have your picnic everywhere, you need THAT spot). I loved seeing the grandpa and the kid adventure through oases, through the desert, and eventually meeting pirates! Oh my! I was at first worried our two adventurers would be captured, but something much better happens (and no, I am not going to tell). The ending was great! I loved how, thanks to the grandpa and his photographs, this book came back to earth. We get a peek into the real day. It was good that the author added that. Showed us just how amazing imagination is. Of course I am still loving the illustrations. They are gorgeous, and very very yellow. :P You can just feel the heat of the desert pop out of the pages, you can just feel the coolness of the water when we meet the pirates. I would recommend this book to everyone. And I am hoping that this author/illustrator will be making more books about weather (maybe next time something with wind?). Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/

  • Katy
    2019-04-10 13:17

    I loved his "Snow" and enjoy this as well, though not quite as much. Nice to see ongoing adventures of a boy and his grandfather.