Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Danny by Gwendal Le Bec and Yann Le Bec

 Danny the potbellied hippopotamus lived happily in his swampy marsh. On having his teeth cleaned in normal swamp fashion, Danny overhears a worrying conversation that sends him hurrying to find a dentist. And when Danny returns to the marshes, fully fitted with braces, he is the envy of one particular reptile whose gleaming whites lead to a disastrous fate for a city dentist.
 This book was just too cute. It portrays the importance of good dental hygiene as well as regularly visiting a dentist in a way that a child can understand it. It would be the perfect story to tell at bedtime or any other time that a child might be interested in hearing a story. The illustrations in the book are, for lack of a better term, ‘super cute.’ I really quite enjoyed this book, and I am sure many others would too. I give it a 5/5 stars.
[I received a free copy of this book on a read to review basis thanks to the Nobrow Ltd and Edelweiss.]

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