Biscuit’s First Beach Day By Alyssa Satin Capucilli

Biscuit’s First Beach Day
Alyssa Satin Capucilli
HarperFestival (2010)
ISBN 978-0061625152
Reviewed by Hailey (age 2) and Madison (age 4) Schlarman and Mom for Reader Views (07/10)

In this newest Biscuit book, Biscuit takes a trip to the beach! It is his first time and he is very excited about all the fun the beach has to offer! Biscuit enjoys a beautiful sunny day, building sand castles, getting wet, finding sea shells, meeting interesting animals and having a picnic lunch with friends! The book will excite your children and get them interested in all the beach has to offer!

Hailey: “Doggy, woof woof! They go to water. Play in sand! Eat, food is yummy! Silly doggy is shaking, getting little girl wet!”

Madison: “Biscuit goes to the beach. They put towels on the sand and make a sand castle. Biscuit digs! He is good at digging. They pick up seashells and then Puddles comes! Puddles is Biscuit’s friend! They splash in the ocean. Biscuit gets wet. His girl says ‘No Shakin!’ They dry off and eat food! Biscuit found a beach ball and a seagull. It’s a good day to fly kites and they took a nap!”

“It was really great, great, great! The best thing biscuit did was make a sand castle! What‘s a seagull? Where are the beaches? Are they far away? Can we go?”

Mom: This was an adorable classic Biscuit book. If you children like the Biscuit stories, they will love this newest installment. My girls were full of questions about the beach, where it was, what they would find and if they could go. The book had wonderful pictures of the beach day that Biscuit enjoys. I highly suggest that if your child has not read a Biscuit book, that you grab one and read it to them. They are fun, enjoyable and very affordable! “Biscuit’s First Beach Day” is no different, its just extra summer fun.

 

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