Tidy by Emily Gravett- Our Book Review
We have read a few of Emily Gravett’s books before and I loved her illustrations on a book we reviewed earlier in the year so were very pleased to be asked to review her new book ‘Tidy’.
Pete the badger lives in a forest and likes things neat but in the end Pete takes his need to be tidy a bit too far and it is only after he makes too many changes he realises his forest was actually better the way it was before.
This book has some really lovely illustrations – we especially liked the one of the fox having his fur groomed by badger using a hedgehog!
It is really well set up for younger children to enjoy the pictures and to try and sound out some of the words. Each page is interesting with plenty to look at and it rhymes all the way through which we really liked and Lottie spotted straight away when I read it out loud.
We also liked the front cover which is quite special because it is cut out and it looks like badger is deep in his forest.
This is a really nice story with a good message which I have enjoyed sharing with my sister, I would recommend it for children age 3 upwards. Lottie is planning on taking it to school tomorrow to show her classmates so I am sure they will all enjoy looking at it too.
You can order your own copy here