What’s it about?
A little boy named Terry Treetop goes to a marine nature reserve. He wants to play with a dolphin, but the dolphin gets trapped, and he has to get help. A ranger saves the dolphin, and helps Terry play with him afterwards.
What did I think of it?
Miss L says:
It was cool because Terry taught the dolphin how to play ball. I did not like when the dolphin got trapped in the net. I would like to see a dolphin some day. I would rate it 5 stars. I think it would be awesome. I think some kids would like to read this book.
This is the 4th book in the Terry Treetop series, but the first one we’ve read. Suitable for kids ages 4-8, it was a quick, easy read for Miss L. I liked the way the simple message of pollution being bad was put to the reader, and also of safety first as Terry got an adults attention rather than trying to fix things himself.
This is the first book Miss L read utilizing the Kindle e-reader with its FreeTime setting and Word Wise enabled. The Word Wise really was handy for her, and there was maybe only one case where I saw her having to highlight a word to get a definition that Word Wise did not provide.
Title: Terry Treetop Saves the Dolphin | Series: Terry Treetop | Author: Tali Carmi (site) | Publisher: e-Book Pro | Pub. Date: 2014-10-19 | Pages: 46 | ISBN13: 9781502902214 | Genre: Children’s | Language: English | Triggers: None | Rating: 5 out of 5 | Date Read: 2015-11-27 | Source: Kindle Unlimited