Sad Animal Facts


Sad Animal Facts

by Brooke Barker

October 2016

This cute, creative little non-fiction book was another recommendation and as much as it was “sad,” it was interesting, funny, and definitely a quick read. The book is divided into different groups like mammals and birds.Each page is a different illustration of an animal accompanied by a sad fact. It is very clever. At the end of the book  each fact is elaborated on so you can have a better understanding about each creature. The illustrations were hysterical and apropos to each fact. I am very impressed with Barker’s creativity and skill.


Summing it up: I loved this book and highly recommend it!

All the best, Abbey


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