The Tasty Treat: The Nocturnals (Grow & Read Early Reader, Level 1)
“The Nocturnals does not disappoint.” —Booklist
“A good series for children who love reading, science, and want to learn more on their own.”—School Library Journal
In this Nocturnals Level 1 Early Reader, The Tasty Treat, Dawn can’t find her friends! Where is Tobin, her scaly pangolin friend? And Bismark, the silly sugar glider? One by one, Dawn’s friends appear, as does a j
This is such a sweet story for kids. It teaches an important lesson on sharing and it also helps kids learn about different animals. I love the added facts at the end of the book. This will be very helpful for kids to learn about the animals shown in this books. It also teaches about what a nocturnal animal is.
Not only is this book educational, but it's fun. I loved the illustrations in this book. They were so cute and any child will fall in love with them. Ov ...more
I really liked the art in this book and that while the story is simple, it introduces kids to some unique vocabulary and animal knowledge. I fully admit I wasn’t so sure what a Pangolin was and I knew vaguely that Pomelos, the animals favorite snack, were a mem ...more
Dawn the fox wakes up one night (remember that they are nocturnal animals) and goes looking for her friends Tobin the pangolin and Bismark the sugar glider. Upon finding Tobin they are pleasantly surprised when Bismark drops a pomelo from a tree. The three friends have a tasty treat to share.
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It is listed as a level 1, which is for beginning readers. It is super simple, even though some of the words/names are a little big. They make good sight ...more
This was a cute beginning reader, with cute and simple illustrations. It introduced some new vocabulary to early readers, but not words they will likely encounter often. It was nothing special or overly exciting. I am not sure it would entertain or intrigue too many kids.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from Hidden Gems.
This low-level reader had cute animals and a few facts to boot. The story left some to be desired, as the reader is introduced the characters and that is about it. But the variety of animals and foods could definitely draw the attention of a young reader.
Tracey Hecht is a writer and entrepreneur who created The Nocturnals, the critically acclaimed middle grade and early reader series. The American Booksellers Association chose her first book, The Nocturnals: The Mysterious Abductions, as a Kids’ Indie Next List pick. In addition, her Grow & Read early reader book, The Chestnut Challenge, was given a Mom’s Choice Gold Award. With the New York Publi...more