Book Review: What Animal Needs a Wig? by Abigail Fuller and Neil Wollman (✮✮✮)

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What Animal Needs a Wig? by Abigail Fuller and Neil Wollman

Title: What Animal Needs a Wig?

Author: Abigail Fuller and Neil Wollman

Genre: Education, animals, funny/humour, children’s non-fiction

Publisher: Star Bright Books

Pages: 48 pages

Publication Date: 28th November 2014 

My Rating: 3/5

Hi there friends,

I received a free copy of this book by the book’s publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

This is fun, informative book which has an entertaining animal joke on each page. It works as a clever linking device from one animal to the next, providing fun facts and information about each animal it discusses. The illustrations are lovely, but it would have been great if they were all as lovely and colourful as the illustration on the front cover as it would greatly appeal to children.

A good book to use with children to research animals and key information about them in lessons/across topics. A very useful resource and one which will really spark children’s imagination.

If you would like to get a copy of the book, please do so from your local booksellers as they’re reliant upon your custom! If this is not possible, the book is available from the following websites: Amazon UK, Waterstones and Barnes and Noble. Please don’t restrict yourself to these sites as there are plenty of great booksellers on both the Internet and in your local area.

Let me know what you think about the book in the comments below if you read it!

Happy reading,
Anna x

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