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Terry Treetop and The Lost Egg Book Review

Well, what do you know? I was sent another book from the Terry Treetop series for my son and I to review. 
My little boy is always happy to read another one.

Title: Terry Treetop and The Lost Egg
Author: Tali Carmi
Genre: Children's Fiction (ages 2-6)

Terry Treetop books: Adventure & Education series
("Animal Habitats & Environment children's books collection")

This fun children's picture book is about a boy with red hair and freckles named Terry, yet everybody calls him Terry Treetop because he loves climbing trees.
Terry finds a small egg, and his quest is to bring it back home to its mom.

But where is the egg's home?

Does the egg belong to a turtle on the sand or a crocodile's spring water?
Did it come from a frog in a pond or a chicken in the wild?

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Do your kids love to listen to stories about the habitat and environment of different kinds of animals?
Do your children like beautiful picture books?

Terry Treetop and the Lost Egg is a sweet children's book, written especially for you and your age 2- 6 children
with simple rhyming text and 18 colorful illustrations .

The story is suitable as a read aloud book for preschoolers or a self-read book for beginner readers children.

My Thoughts on This Book
Like I said above, my son was happy to read a new book, especially since he likes the Terry Treetop series. Terry Treetop is a really cute little boy who loves to climb trees. 
In this book, he finds an egg and searches everywhere to return it to it's home. He comes across quite a few different animals who have eggs but a different kind. What I really like is that little kids can learn about the different eggs that some animals have. Kids will also learn about how nice it is to help others, like Terry Treetop always does.
Lastly, it rhymes! Don't kids love when things rhyme? My son sure does!
This is a fun book with very cute and colorful illustrations like the other books in this series. 
The vocabulary is easy to understand for young children whether they are reading it themselves or being read to.
Yes, I recommend for all the young readers out there, boys and girls. 

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