Monday, April 30, 2018

Sesame Street: 5 Little Rubber Duckies: Children's Book Review


Title: Sesame Street: 5 Little Rubber Duckies 
ISBN: 978-0794441197
Author: Matt Mitter
Illustrator: Tom Brannon
Price: $10.78| 12 pages
Ages: 3-5 years | Grade Level: Preschool - Kindergarten
Genre: Children’s Literature
Available at Amazon | Barnes & Noble

Join Ernie and his friends on Sesame Street as they try to find five little rubber duckies. With touch and trace elements perfect for little hands and plastic duckies to push and count along, this book is the perfect story-time activity for early learners.


I can remember being little and loving Sesame Street. Now, my little girl loves the characters just as much as I do. So, it was no surprise that she loved the ‘5 Little Rubber Duckies’ board book. In the story we start with 5 little duckies that love to do different things like splash in a puddle, take a nap, and more. As Ernie finds them, one little duckie always tends to be missing until there are none. But, don’t worry they come back at the end. 


As you read the book you start with the number 5 and by the end you are on number 1. Each number can be traced with your little one’s finger. Than at the top of the page there are 5 little duckies that you can actually slide. This was perfect because my little girl could slide a duckie to the side as the book counted down. 

This is such a cute story with very nice illustrations. The book offers a fun interactive experience for little ones to learn how to count and trace their numbers. Perfect for preschooler’s going into kindergarten. Plus side, with it being a board book, little ones can read this book over and over without the fear of tearing pages. 


About the author: Matt Mitter was born on a Wednesday afternoon in Oklahoma City and later squandered his youth in and around the Ozarks. Later still, he lived here and there, and now and again did a bit of this and that. Over the past 20 years, he has written the text (mostly verse) for dozens of children's books that have been admired by readers of all ages for their delightful pictures.  Currently, Matt resides in San Francisco, where he and his wife are indentured to two Scottish Folds.

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