Litercurious Book Review
|Title||Turkey Goes To School (Book 5)|
|Publisher||Two Lions (August 1, 2021)|
|Genre||Children’s Books, Children’s Fiction, and |
Children’s Farm Life
AUTHOR / ILLUSTRATOR
You can learn all about Wendi Silvano and all of her different children’s books on her website
Lee Harper is an author, illustrator and farmer. You can learn all about him, his books, and upcoming projects on his website.
Turkey Goes to School is the story of how a barnyard full of animals try to go to school. They try multiple ways to get into school, but they are constantly thwarted. However, they are not easily dissuaded and try more and more imaginative ways to sneak into the school. Do they ever get in?
Turkey Goes to School is an imaginative tale and designed for children 4 to 7 years of age. I found the book a bit blasé and the puns a little too much for the age group. The book feels as if the wording is for children 8 to 12 but the story is for kids 4 to 6.
The illustrations are wonderful and colorful. Lee Harper does and excellent job portraying the story. His illustrations are appropriate for the age group, vivid in color, and very nice. I must say that the pictures are the best part of this book.
As a Kindle Unlimited free book, the price is right. It is something that the pictures will entertain young children even if the story doesn’t.
I would like to thank Wendi Silvano, NetGalley, and Two Lions Publishing for affording me the opportunity to review Turkey Goes to School.