Review of things animals eat

Boolino sent me this remarkable book.

The first thing that struck me when I looked at this book was the paper torch at the back


The book is hard back and spiral bound which makes it easy to read while using the torch because the pages stay open. The front cover is quite striking giving a clue to what is inside.

This is an extremely interesting and educational book which explains the food chain of animals in a simple way which children will understand. There are dark transparent pages throughout which I wasn’t sure why they were there at first glance, once I pushed out the paper torch I soon discovered the meaning, when the torch is placed behind the page, as if by magic images light up making the book even more enticing for the reader.

Towards the end of the book  it explains briefly how much food some animals eat, this, I think, will appeal to boys especially as in my experience boys can sometimes be a little reluctant to read so this with the addition of the torch feature may just persuade them . The back inside cover has a place to store the paper torch  keeping it safe  ensuring that it can be used every time the book is read.

What animals eat is published by moonlight publishing and retails at £8.54, making it great value for money in my opinion. It would suit children aged 5-8 years.

Boolino are offering a 20% discount  off this book  for my readers, use the discount code friends20 to qualify,  Click Here to buy the book

Disclosure: I was sent this book for the purpose of the review but all opinions are my own.

As always questions/comments are welcome.





16 Comments on “Review of things animals eat

  1. What a novel book! No pun intended. My two and a half year-old is an absolute book worm and something like this will be ideal when he’s a little older. I love the interactive element to this book, always good to engage kids in the book with little prompts! #TwinklyTuesday

  2. The paper torch idea sound sbrilliant. A really good engaging way to keep kids interested in reading! Sounds quite an interesting topic too, even for adults…until you’ve read it 30 times as in my experience we read books a lot more than once!

  3. This is a book my 10 year old son would love! He loves reading about animals and the having to use a flashlight would really get him excited about it. Thanks for sharing this with us:) #Bloggerclubuk

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