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 book is interesting because it barely has words, but focuses more on sounds. I think that is something children gravitate to because it is not normal. It makes it more exciting for them. Also the illustration is phenomenal in the book. You will always clearly find the red sled.
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.
Review: Red Sled Mostly wordless picture book about good times had with a borrowed red sled. All the words are sledding sounds and makes you feel like you're along for the ride. Cute animals and funny idea!
LibraryThing Review Beautiful illustrations and wonderful onomatopoeic words brighten up this winter tale of a child's toy and the animals who borrow it during the night.