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Kids Fiction 126
delightful and cute book of colors
Overall rating 
 
5.0
Plot/Characters/Writing Style 
 
5.0
Illustrations/Photos (if applicable) 
 
5.0
SNAP is a fun book about colors. The little red crab is hiding under a rock and surprises the sea animals that come by. All the basic colors are covered with the blue fish, green sea turtle, yellow seahorse, and plenty more. The book ends when the gray shark shows up, and the little crab must run and hide.

What I loved: The book is plenty of colorful fun and has some extra interest in the cut-outs for the crab's claws. Young children will enjoy identifying colors, looking at the fun sea animals, and the rhyming phrases. The illustrations also have a lot of fun details that add plenty of things to look at on each page.

The board book pages are nice and thick, so they are easy for little fingers to turn. The text is large and easy to read from a distance, with relatively few words on each page to keep young children with short attention spans engaged throughout.

What left me wanting more: As a small point, the black font over dark colors was a bit tough to read, and I would have liked a white font over the navy sea and darker colors. However, the font is large and clear print, so still readable (just need good light to do so).

Final verdict: Overall, this is a great book of colors that will appeal to older infants and young toddlers. The fun illustrations, cute story line, and rhyming text make this a delightful book to share with little ones.
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