August 07, 2019

#BookReview: The Tales of Fin and Fan: Bear Trouble by Kat Morris #Giveaway


Synopsis: Twin foxes Fin and Fang are very different from one another. Fin is small and scruffy, while Fang is large and strong. 

Fin wants to stay safe at home, while Fang is ready to go out and get into mischief. 

But both of them love to pull pranks on their friends, and today they're going to pay a special visit to Bear. 

They decide to play a trick on him. But what happens when the trick puts the lives of others in danger? 

Soon Fin and Fang discover the real trouble with playing tricks. 

In this children's story, intended to teach beginning readers about homophones, two fox brothers who enjoy playing pranks learn an important lesson about telling the truth. 
About the Author:   Do you like foxes? Do you want to read about a little mischief? Follow twin fox brothers, Fin and Fan as they cause a little mischief by playing pranks on their friends. Read to see how it all plays out. Kat Morris was a special education teacher for over 20 years and created these fun-loving characters based on the yin yang. The twins are opposites who spend all their time together and balance each other perfectly. This book gives students, teachers and parents an exciting and funny story that provides tools on how to teach and remember the spelling of certain homophones. Read every page for some valuable tips and tricks!

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My Review: Hey guys this is Anarece sorry I haven't been reviewing much this summer. But I am back and ready to give you guys some great books to read. Today I have one for kids who have issues with homophones which are words that sound exactly the same but have different spellings and meanings.  


This book started out with this great cover.  I really loved the foxes and the bear on the cover as well as the crossed out words.  It just made it feel like this was going to be a fun title to read.  

The story opens with note from the author about what this book is for and how to use it with kids who have issues with the homophones.  Which was a great addition to the story so we knew.  The story itself opens with the foxes waking up and getting ready for the day.  The opening pulled me into the story because the foxes were funny.  I thought it was interesting and cute that they used a chicken to wake up instead of an alarm clock.   

I found the writing style to be easy to read.  I think children that have a hard time with homophones will really enjoy this one.  I don't really have any problems with them but I still enjoyed this story.  I read this cover to cover with no help from anyone.  At 8 I knew what the words were and was fine.   The pacing of this story was a very fast read.  I think that will work in the favor for kids not to be bored with it.   

Overall, I really enjoyed this story, it had colorful pages and great characters.  I loved the bear and the part where he pushed one of the foxes into a spider web.  I laughed so hard.  



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