Charlie Piechart and the Case of the Missing Hat
Fantastic colors, clever characters, and beginning concepts in geometry will go down easy as pie, while activities at the end of the book will reinforce the shapes and the story. Dynamic duo Eric Comstock and Marilyn Sadler bring the right level of energy and entertainment for this engaged picture book audience.
I loved the way this author combines the mystery of the missing hat with the facts about shapes. This is something that I haven’t read in a children’s book before and I just absolutely loved every second of it. As well as the illustrations which are simple but really add to the story telling overall. They’re fun to look at without being so commanding that you lose track of the story.
Overall this was a great story, it was fun and informative. It gave some awesome facts with some great illustrations. I also can’t wait to try the activities with my nephew. This is also great for kids who are first learning their shapes.