Book Review: Stickiest, Crunchiest, Fluffiest by Jane Brocket

Stickiest, Crunchiest, Fluffiest by Jane Brocket is a concept picturebook. This series of easy non fiction introduces and explains concepts with a combination of rhymes and bright photographs. In this book the idea of superlatives is explained. Questions and corresponding photographs  have readers wondering if marshmallows the fluffiest, if popcorn the lightest, and if popsicles the coldest. The simple text and bright, clear photographs both entertain and educate.


I will admit that I adore this series of concept books from Brocket. Stickiest, Crunchiest, Fluffiest is no exception. I think the wonderful photographs and clever but simple text offer a combination that is as close to perfect as I have seen. the book gets readers of all ages thinking, and coming up with answers of their own in regards to what is the stickiest, fluffiest, stinkiest, and so on.


I highly recommend Stickiest, Crunchiest, Fluffiest (and the whole series) for classroom, school, and public library collections for young readers. 

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