Who’s For Dinner? is a book written by Claire Freedman and illustrated by Nick East. The book is suitable for ages 3 to 5. It is published by Little Tiger Press. A little information about the book. It is paperback containing about 32 pages. The font is a good size, simple and easy to read by young school children. Each page is beautifully illustrated with a lot of action scenes.
The story is about a City Fox’s first time in the country and he’s super-duper hungry! “Who’s for dinner?” he growls, licking his lips. Scared out of their wits, the farm animals come up with a wild and crazy plan to fool him.
I love how the animal disguise themselves as other animals to out fox the city fox. Surely, the city fox should have Googled it instead of checking his book! It is cleverly written with humour and in a funny way. It makes this book interesting and fun to read. I love the picture of the cow (pretending to be chicken) in a full page. It is scary yet fun! My children enjoyed the book. They were giggling all the way. The book also teaches children four different kinds of farm animals and their sound and body features. I rate this book 5 stars out of 5. I would highly recommend this book to anyone.
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