About the book
Category: Children's Fiction (Ages 3-7), 40 pages
Genre: Picture Book
Publisher: Sarah Sommer
Release date: October 2020
Format available for review: print (USA), gifted Kindle
Tour dates: Oct 19 to Nov 13, 2020
Content Rating: G. Children's picture book with no adult topics or language
It's Gator's first day at his new office job, and he is surrounded by quirky personalities like the slow slug, the obedient dog, the aggressive hawk, and the chatty chicken. He is eager to fit in with his new co-workers, so he tries to be like them. But acting like everyone else doesn't work out for him, and he learns a valuable lesson about himself instead. Featuring hand-drawn illustrations, vibrant colors, and rhymes, Animals at the Office sparks dialogue regarding first-day jitters, fitting in with new crowds, and embracing one's own special traits despite being surrounded by others who are different. Adults may relate to the featured characters based on their own experiences at an office and can use the book to talk more with children about their own job and what going to work means for them.
And I thought
I fun story filled with fun characters.
Gator meets a group of interesting and characters.
I loved the way they were all dressed the ladies in pearls and the gents in now ties or neck ties. The illustrations of all the characters is delightful.
The story is easy to read and would be great share with your family.
I received a complimentary copy. My review will appear on retail sites and Good Reads.
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