Open Very Carefully

Open Very Carefully

Book - 2013
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A crocodile falls into a quiet storybook and wreaks havoc on the characters, in a tale that invites youngsters to slam the book shut or find the courage to take a peek inside.
Publisher: Somerville, Mass. : Nosy Crow, an imprint of Candlewick Press, c2013
ISBN: 9780763661632
Branch Call Number: E BRO
Characteristics: 1 v. (unpaged) :,col. ill. ;,30 cm
Additional Contributors: O'Byrne, Nicola

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Kirsten_Library Apr 10, 2017

A wonderful book which pulls those reading or hearing it into being an active participant in helping to rid the book of the crocodile. Kindergarteners love hearing this one!

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keerahkou
Mar 23, 2016

what a great book!

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_Alicorn_
Nov 30, 2015

Imaginative and brings interaction to a book what more can you ask for.
One of the better ones of this type of childrens book, along with "Don't touch the button", "Press here" and "the Magic Tree".
We need more books like this to help kids realise what reading does for them and their spirit and mind.

TeaMonster Aug 12, 2014

A great read aloud story book. The book encourages interactivity and is fun for both children and adults.

Greg_library May 30, 2013

A fun storytime book. Definitely enjoyable by both the adults and children. Similar to Melanie Watt's "Chester" series of picture books, in which the starting story is 'hijacked' by a disruptive character and rest of the story is spent attempting to get him or her under control.

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TeaMonster Aug 12, 2014

TeaMonster thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

Greg_library May 30, 2013

Greg_library thinks this title is suitable for All Ages

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Greg_library May 30, 2013

A re-telling of the ugly duckling story which encounters a crocodile right after the main characters are introduced. The author then attempts to give the reader advice on how to deal with the crocodile as it wakes up and wrecks the story by eating the letters and pages.

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