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Meet Sassoon the snake as he plays hide-and-seek with his friends....

Title : Can You See Sassoon?. Sam Usher
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ISBN : 9781848950887
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 21 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Can You See Sassoon?. Sam Usher Reviews

  • Acey Bee
    2019-04-19 16:28

    Sassoon likes to hide and its your job to find him! He is hidden somewhere on every page.He can be quite difficult to find so I would suggest reading this book with a small group of children. Age range 5-7 year old's.

  • ESF Tsing Yi
    2019-04-04 19:04

    This is another book which ends up battered and worn out in our library because children love it so much. The rhyming text invites the reader to find Sassoon, in some surprising intricate illustrations - I certainly have trouble finding him sometimes, but that is all part of the appeal. A great partner read with The Odd One Out that will encourage key information literacy and critical thinking skills by encouraging children to look closer, and tot decode pictures for meaning. Encourage more spoken language by reading together with you child and talking about all then other things that are happening around Sassoon.

  • Hoda Marmar
    2019-04-04 23:34

    I have a great time reading this book to my sister over and over. You need to find out where the snake Sassoon is hiding. There are some other animals who are his friends, too, and they like hiding as well. The illustration is original, colorful and beautiful. It is engaging like a riddle, and Sassoon hides in the most unusual corners. It is good for concentration and pattern recognition. plus, it's fun to read out loud :)

  • Suzy
    2019-04-16 23:25

    A very colourful and fun book. A rhyming story where children have to fin the Sassoon on every page, and 2ith the brightly coloured illustrations, this book is fun for little ones.

  • Byron
    2019-04-24 16:32

    It was good because you had to find Sassoon. I like the end when the animals shout boo!