menu

The Snatchabook
by Helen Docherty and Thomas Docherty




Overview -

Age Level: 3 to 6 Grade Level: P to 2

Where have all the bedtime stories gone? A delightful addition to the picture book canon about the love of reading.

It's bedtime in the woods of Burrow Down, and all the animals are ready for their story. But books are mysteriously disappearing. A rabbit named Eliza Brown decides to stay awake and catch the book thief. It turns out to be a little creature, the Snatchabook, who has no one to read him a bedtime story. All turns out well when the books are returned and the animals take turns reading bedtime stories to the Snatchabook, embodying a wonderful message of forgiveness for kids.

A brilliantly written, laugh-out-loud rhyming bedtime story about books and the joy of reading in the vein of bestsellers It's a Book, How Rocket Learned to Read, and Dog Loves Books.

#1 Autumn 2013 Kids Indie Next Pick
A 2014-2015 Teachers' Choices Reading List Title

I dare you to try to read The Snatchabook silently to yourself. You can't do it. The book is so wonderful it demands to be read out loud. And besides, if you didn't read the book out loud, how would the Snatchabook hear it?--Caldecott Medalist Brian Selznick
A] rollicking paean to the pleasures of reading aloud.--The Wall Street Journal

Great for parents and educators looking for:
A fun read aloud championing a love for language and books

  Read Full Product Description
 
local_shippingFor Delivery
Earliest ship date: October 22, 2021
FREE Shipping for Club Members help
 
storeBuy Online Pickup At Store
search store by zipcode

 
 
New & Used Marketplace 26 copies from $3.26
 
 
 
 

More About The Snatchabook by Helen Docherty; Thomas Docherty

 
 
 

Overview

Age Level: 3 to 6 Grade Level: P to 2

Where have all the bedtime stories gone? A delightful addition to the picture book canon about the love of reading.

It's bedtime in the woods of Burrow Down, and all the animals are ready for their story. But books are mysteriously disappearing. A rabbit named Eliza Brown decides to stay awake and catch the book thief. It turns out to be a little creature, the Snatchabook, who has no one to read him a bedtime story. All turns out well when the books are returned and the animals take turns reading bedtime stories to the Snatchabook, embodying a wonderful message of forgiveness for kids.

A brilliantly written, laugh-out-loud rhyming bedtime story about books and the joy of reading in the vein of bestsellers It's a Book, How Rocket Learned to Read, and Dog Loves Books.

#1 Autumn 2013 Kids Indie Next Pick
A 2014-2015 Teachers' Choices Reading List Title

I dare you to try to read The Snatchabook silently to yourself. You can't do it. The book is so wonderful it demands to be read out loud. And besides, if you didn't read the book out loud, how would the Snatchabook hear it?--Caldecott Medalist Brian Selznick
A] rollicking paean to the pleasures of reading aloud.--The Wall Street Journal

Great for parents and educators looking for:
A fun read aloud championing a love for language and books


 

Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781402290824
  • ISBN-10: 1402290829
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Jabberwocky
  • Publish Date: October 2013
  • Page Count: 32
  • Reading Level: Ages 3-6
  • Dimensions: 11.1 x 10.3 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.15 pounds


Related Categories

 

BAM Customer Reviews