This was a wonderful book for children. Amanda Parris did a great job of combining a mystery with facts about some unusual animals. As a former teacher, I think students in 1st and 2nd grades would love reading this book. As a grandmother of young children, I know my grandchildren would love it!
I didn’t expect to like this one as much as I did. I thought it had a good storyline for an entry level book, it included my favorite animal (otter), and had the family working together throughout. I liked what the dad decided in the end. Nice illustrations.
My second grader is a bit of a struggling reader but she really enjoyed this book and the pictures. She loves all these new ones. It was fun reading them with her.
Great illustrations and cute story about helping. Cute ending too!
Uh-oh! Dad lost the key to the shed! He can’t do his work without his tools. Scott and Jon want to help him find the key, but they find much more than that when they search the marshes and creeks at Peck’s Cove.
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