Yapper The Unhappy Snapper

Yapper The Unhappy Snapper


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Yapper the snapper wants to play but all his friends are sick today from the pollution in the ocean and waste in the waves. To have some fun, first he must rescue his friends along the way. Join Yapper on his heroic adventure to save the day.

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ISBN-13: 9780648379485
Publisher: Aurora House
Publication date: 10/29/2018
Series: Rubbish Rebellion , #1
Pages: 38
Product dimensions: 8.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.25(d)

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Yapper The Unhappy Snapper 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
MayaTheBookExplorerBlog 8 days ago
I confess, I did read the series out of order, since I read the second book first. I like both books and the plots are great, as well as the illustrations but to be honest, I like this one better. The flow seems more easy to me and the rimes are better than in the second one. That being said, in the second book they aren't bad, just not as good as in this first book. All in all, this is a great children's book that will make kids and their parents think about pollution and how to be more responsible with where you throw your trash. A nice story with an even better lesson.
Yolanda_LM 11 days ago
**4.5 stars** **4.5 stars** Thank you Aurora House and NetGalley for giving us the opportunity to read this eArc. I requested this book because my son is always asking me how we can save the sea animals from pollution. This is the perfect book and in my son's words, "I love this book, a LOT!" We enjoyed seeing Yapper the Unhappy Snapper help his friends in ocean that's polluted with human trash. Now if only it was the humans helping the sea animals, it would be even better, my son said to me aloud. So true! We enjoyed the illustrations and seeing how yapper frees his friends from pollution. The book has a great message and reinforces the idea to children that we must do things to help curb pollution in our oceans, and on Earth in general.