Crinkle, Crackle, Crack: It’s Spring!
Crinkle, Crackle, Crack: It’s Spring! is about a little boy who is sleeping and he hears sounds outside where it is winter. He goes out his door and sees a bear in the middle of his yard. The boy walks with the bear into the forest. They pass other animals, like a rabbit, squirrel, and beaver. The animals each say, “It is time,” while they hear the rap, crunch, crinkle, crack sounds. They end up at nest with a large egg that crinkle, crackle, cracks, and spring explodes out of the egg.
Crinkle, Crackle, Crack: It’s Spring! was not my favorite book. I didn’t really learn about anything and spring doesn’t burst out of an egg. The only thing I really liked about the book were the illustrations. The illustrations were pretty and the animals were well drawn. The forest looks like the real forest in winter, with fallen logs, pine trees, brown leaves, and beaver dams. It was hard to read on my own—the words didn’t flow together. I’m not sure if I would recommend Crinkle, Crackle, Crack: It’s Spring! to my friends.
|Author||Marion Dane Bauer, John Shelley, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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