Little Swan By: Jonathan London, Kristina Rodanas {book review}


In, Little Swan By: Jonathan London & illustrated by Kristina Rodanas, children will learn so many things about the lives that Swans live. The book at first glance is very appealing with a high glossy hardcover and soft illustrations of colored pencil over water color. The book is recommend for children ages 6-8 years old but I feel that a child younger than that would also enjoy the book. There are 32 pages total and minimal text within making the story not very long. It’s simply written and would be an excellent choice to add to a early readers book list to read over the Summer or for any other season too.In this story, readers are introduced to Ko-hoh a swan chick and his family. Throughout the story children get to see how this swan chick grows up and how things change for him and his family as it progresses to the Spring season to their Winter migration. My children were ever so fascinated about what swans eat, where they live, how they learn to fly, where they go when it gets cold, and they even learned how swans protect themselves from predators.  I will definitely vouch that this is an excellent picture book full of lots of informative details about Swans and it would be great to use in the classroom too!

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Little Swan is available at in digital (3.99) or hardcover format (10.00) as of this posting.Disclaimer: I was sent the above mentioned products to review. This review is 100% my opinion and has not been edited or reviewed by anyone. I was not compensated in any other way for this product review.