RED SLED Judge's latest may be virtually wordless, but it packs a powerful visual punch that will stick with readers long after the final page is turned.At the end of a winter day, a child props the titular sled outside a cozy cabin. A bear finds it there and sets off to enjoy the ride of all rides, joined in turn by some other forest denizens. As each joins the ride, the animals' positions change: The
Review: Red Sled This is such a cute and fun story. I especially love the illustrations. They are amusing and colorful. The sound effects are spot on and add to the enjoyment of the scene. This book is definitely being added to my collection of favorites.
Review: Red Sled Pure fun! You can not read this without smiling. I love that the text is completely sound effects, it makes the book function as a wordless book and a story. Great looking animals without being to cute. I can picture these animals hanging out with the woodland creatures from Waiting for Winter.
Review: Red Sled Super book to use to teach using sound effects in writing.
LibraryThing Review I liked this book. The illustrations were what drew me in. The boy joining the adventure at the end was a nice touch. Good book.
LibraryThing Review When a young child leaves her beautiful red sled propped up against the side of her house one evening, she has no way of knowing that it will provide just as much fun for the local wildlife, as for