24 April 2018

Rhyme Crime by John Burgerman Book Review

From the creator of Splat! comes more playful, irreverent, kid-empowering fun--with a rhyming twist.

In this buoyant rhyming romp, words have gone mysteriously missing: Who stole Marlow's happy smile, and replaced it with a crocodile? Who swiped Dingle's sneeze--aaaaachooo!--and left a stinky cheese? The thief took Tumble's orange, and switched it with a . . . with a . . . Hey, does anything rhyme with orange? No? Aha! Could this be the rhyming robber's undoing? Guided by bright, clever artwork, kids are empowered to put the final clues together for themselves to solve this silly rhyme crime, then guess at the name-nabber's next sneaky move. Splendid, satisfying, inspiring.

My Thoughts:

This is a hardback book. The illustrations are colorful. The background of the pages are your primary colors which really make the illustrations pop out. 

What a fun book for children who are just learning to rhyme. There’s a thief on the loose who is taking things and replacing them with rhyming things. Like a cake becomes a snake or a hat becomes a cat. 

The characters in this story are colorful creatures that are victims of a thief stealing their things. It’s a bit silly but, will make you laugh and smile.

The thief gets stuck rhyming at the end that gets him caught red-handed with the goods in his hands. He ends up in jail and ends up escaping. The end was super cute.

A great rhyming book that will have your kids laughing.

I received a free copy of this product from Penguin Random House in exchange for my honest review. I was not required to write a positive review nor was I compensated in any other way. All opinions I have expressed are my own or those of my family. I am disclosing this information accordance with the FTC Regulations


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