Friday, March 17, 2017

Rat Tuesday by Adrienne Quintana {Review}

Rat Tuesday by Adrienne Quintana
illustrated by Shalece Fiack
Paperback, 2, 32 pages
Published March 2017 by Pink Umbrella Books LLC (first published 2009)

When the neighborhood rat children meet at the park to play, they attempt a
science experiment and disaster ensues.         


My Review: 5 Stars

It seems that imagination is going extinct and I love how this book seems to evoke some of those
good memories from my childhood. A group of kids, otherwise known as rats, have a fun adventure
at the park one afternoon. I remember pretending to be animals with my friends and the fun we'd have.
One boy, a ring leader, has a great idea for the day's agenda--a science experiment! With each rat
given an assignment, this experiment both entertains them and educates a disastrous way.

I love the colorful and joyful illustrations, as they really add to the story and to capturing the minds
and attention of children. This is a great way to spur some experiments of each little readers' own
design. The process and humor is exactly right for youngster and it's a delightful story.

*I received a complimentary copy, which did not affect my opinion in any way.*


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About the Author:

Adrienne Quintana
Adrienne Quintana is the author of Eruption as well as several children’s books. When she isn't writing,
Adrienne enjoys running, hiking, and matchmaking (Are you single? She probably knows someone
perfect for you.) She lives in Arizona with her husband and four children, who give her love,
support, and plenty of good material for Instagram.

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