Miss L is feeling much better now – completely over her strep throat – and wanted to review this book for everyone.
Miss L says:
Cooper is a kitty cat whose mommy takes him to the Big Apple to see lots of stuff. He gets confused a lot. My favorite parts were when Cooper thought they were going to climb on a real lady’s head, and they climbed the Statue of Liberty. Oh, and I thought it was hilarious when Cooper got confused about Subway – it not being an eating place!
I liked that nothing was boring! I would definitely like to read more about Cooper and visit New York City. I would go to the Katz Deli. I would like Cooper to come visit Columbus (Ohio). I would recommend it to other kids, and I liked the illustrations because Cooper’s heart looked like a nose!
While Cooper and the Big Apple was a little simple for my mini-reviewer, she definitely enjoyed it. It was cute, easy to read, with fun watercolor-like illustrations. It would be a great read to psych a child up for a trip to the Big Apple.
It gave me an opportunity to have a learning experience with my child, and we looked up some of the places/things mentioned in the book (such as Monet’s WaterLillies painting, and Times Square).
I would recommend this book for 4-6 year olds, and hope that there are more Cooper books out there, or soon to come!
Title: Cooper and the Big Apple | Author: Camille Cohn | Publisher: Greenleaf Book Group Press | Pub. Date: 2015-10-13 | Pages: 40 | ISBN: 1626342202 | Genre: Children’s | Language: English | Triggers: None | Rating: 5 out of 5 | Source: I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.