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Author: Ollivier Tallec

Illustrator: Ollivier Tallec

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Publisher: Chronicle Books, 2015

Material: board book

Summary: Each page has a line up of animals and people and includes a question like "Who's arm hurts?" The reader has to look through the line up and analyze which creature is the one who fits the question. There is an answer key at the back. This board book encourages readers to use their problem solving and identification skills.

Type of Reading: playtime reading, read aloud book, interactive reading

Recommended Age: read together: 4 to 8; read yourself: 6 to 9

Interest Level: 4 to 7

Age of Child: Read with a 4-year-old girl.

Young Reader Reaction: Once my daughter caught on, she enjoyed it. A few of the scenarios she didn't get, which makes me think this would be best for elementary school aged children. Even so, she still had fun with it and asked to read it again.

Adult Reader Reaction: I enjoyed the book. It is different than any book that I've ever read. I liked that my daughter and I could interact and discuss which one was the right one.

Pros: What fun for curious minds and budding detectives! Who Done It? is an interactive and engaging read aloud that can be use for many things at home and in a classroom setting.

Cons: None.

Borrow or Buy: Buy. This is a worthwhile, fun book that is different than most. I definitely think teachers could have lots of uses for it.

If You Liked This Book, Try: WHOSE TRUCK?   PEEK-A-ZOO   LOOK WHO'S THERE!

Educational Themes: A teacher could use it to help students pick up clues from pictures. They could have students create their own page. With second graders, it could be used as a creative writing prompt or to help develop writing on characters.

Notes: The publisher donated a copy of this book knowing that we would consider it for review and provide an independent, unbiased profile. This book will be given to a nonprofit to help readers in need.

Literary Categories: Fiction - picture book, interactive learning, problem solving, opposites

Date(s) Reviewed: February 2016

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