Hatch by Isabel Otter – Book Review

Hatch by Isabel Otter – Book Review

Hatch by Pau Morgan

Hatch

Author – Isabel Otter
Illustrator – Pau Morgan
Publisher – Caterpillar Books
Pages – 14
Released – 4th March 2021
ISBN-13 – 978-1838912758
Format – boardbook
Rating – 4 Stars
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Synopsis

The eggs are ready to HATCH!

Learn all about animals that come from eggs and use the clever peek-through holes to watch them hatch into life.

Review by Stacey

Hatch is a young children’s board book made from 100% recycled board. Within its fourteen pages, it teaches children about what animals hatch from eggs starting with chicks and moving on to creatures such as caterpillars and frogs.

It also teaches young children about what newly hatched animals/insects look like and what they are called and grow into.

The book has some amazing full-page illustrations that embrace the creatures and show children exactly what each looks like at different stages.

Hatch is a lovely book that is tough, and not easy to rip, I tried and couldn’t so a baby certainly won’t be able to meaning that this can be left with a small child for them to play with without the worry of a ruined book. It is also informative and helps a young child to learn. I also love that it is eco-friendly having been made from recycled material.

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Author Info

Isabel Otter is a children’s book editor and writer. She grew up in rural Herefordshire and is happiest climbing mountains in muddy boots. Isabel loves weaving stories and writing about the world around her.

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