Thursday, August 30, 2018

Review - Sharkee and the Teddy Bear & Breamner and the Party

Ripley Publishing; 40 pages; $16.99; Amazon

Available now from Ripley Publishing are two cute picture books, titled Sharkee and the Teddy Bear & Breamner and the Party which are written by Carrie Bolin and Jessica Firpi and illustrated by John Graziano. The books are based on everyone's favorite Ripley’s Aquarium mascots - Sharkee the sand tiger shark and Bremner the pufferfish.

In Sharkee and the Teddy Bear, a teddy bear falls into the ocean and Sharkee wants it. However, there is one little problem - Sharkee doesn't know where the teddy bear went?

Along with his sidekick fish, Sharkee goes on an mission to retrieve the missing teddy bear!

Ripley Publishing; 40 pages; $16.99; Amazon

In Breamner and the Party, Breamner the pufferfish is excited about an upcoming party, but he is also worried at the same time. He's nervous that he will puff up at the party and all the other fishes will laugh at him!

Breamner gets enough courage to attend the party, but his worst fear comes true, resulting in a hilarious ending!

Final Thoughts

Sharkee and the Teddy Bear & Breamner and the Party are oversized (8.2 x 11.3 inches) picture books for preschoolers. There aren't very many words in either book, but they do contain colorful illustrations that will appeal to young readers. While the words are limited, the books do deal with real life issues, such as sharing with others, dealing with your fears, and battling nervousness.

Overall, Sharkee and the Teddy Bear & Breamner and the Party are adorable picture books that can be enjoyed by both children and adults. 

*Note -  I received complimentary copies from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. All opinions are my own.

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