Hidden Hippo

Hidden Hippo

Joan Gannij Clare Beaton / Oct 21, 2019

Hidden Hippo Told from the perspective of a child on safari Hidden Hippo takes the reader on a journey through the grasslands of Africa to meet elephants giraffes zebras and many other creatures But the animal

  • Title: Hidden Hippo
  • Author: Joan Gannij Clare Beaton
  • ISBN: 9781846861703
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Told from the perspective of a child on safari, Hidden Hippo takes the reader on a journey through the grasslands of Africa to meet elephants, giraffes, zebras and many other creatures But the animal to look out for is the hippo and finally with a loud splash, you find him

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      Published :2019-07-12T17:35:28+00:00

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    225 Comments

    1. Those tricky hippos, hiding on each spread! Throughout the adventure of looking for a hippo, children will meet many other African animals. More information on these animals is provided in the end matter, in addition to information on endangered species and web addresses to learn more. The felt/fabric illustrations are very pleasing, as is the simple rhythm and rhyme.


    2. Those pesky hippos, hiding on every page! Cute story filled with soft, unique illustrations. My toddler loves this book, every night before bed we read it. The the page with zebras is his favorite. The cardboard version makes it easy for small hands to flip the pages.



    3. The illustrations are very soft and appealingI love when artists use fabric to create their illustrations! And, in this case, the illustrations are a huge chunk of the story, since that's where you find all the hidden hippos. You aren't told to look for them or even that you should have found them, and that's my biggest gripe about the story. As a group read-aloud, that poses a bit of a challenge, since I have to say it, anyway, which distracts from the flow of the story.


    4. This book is great to use for Ell’s because it teaches the names of the animals one would see on an African safari. This book also has a section where it tells facts about every animal mentioned in the book.


    5. My boys really like this book. I like it too. One really neat part is the "illustrations". Actually, the illustrator used fabric and beads instead of drawing it. The book isn't fabric though. It was done with fabric and then printed on regular paper.


    6. I'm a big fan of Clare Beaton. I can't wait to take this home and read it with Lola!Wasn't as big of a hit as I would have thought - oh well.


    7. This will be an excellent book to read with a child on your lap, marveling at Beaton's ever fabulous stitched picture art. But it's too detailed for a story hour. Pity


    8. Each page spread has some rhyming text and a hidden hippo to find. Not super exciting or unique, but still fun for at least one read.


    9. This simple story makes a game of finding the hippo (or just parts of his body) in each picture. Supplemental information on each of the animals mentioned in the story is included.


    10. A great book for story time, wonderful illustrations made of felt, and could be used for older kids and the younger ones. It does have the added feature to find the hippo on the other pages.




    11. I love love love the illustrations in this book. Of course the title kind of kills the surprise. I wonder how many kids will figure that one out.




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