By Author / Illustrator
Patricia Hegarty, Jonny Lambert
Little Tiger Press Group
Paperback / softback
I am Chameleon. I do as I please. I can play tricks and nobody sees . . .
Spot the invisible chameleon in this irreverent rhyming romp!
Chameleon can make himself invisible by blending in with his surroundings. This opens up the opportunity for him to be mischievous with his jungle friends. When frog turns the tables on him, Chameleon has the chance to see the error of his ways. Will Chameleon change his behaviour?
Author Patricia Hegarty has written this funny rhyming tale with a message about being mindful of how playing tricks on others is no fun for them. The illustrator, Jonny Lambert fills this picture book with amazing illustrations on busy pages, with characters that leap off the page! I especially loved the Toucans and the Sloth.
This is a funny, bright and colourful rhyming picture book for younger readers to explore the jungle and its inhabitants. I really enjoyed this modern story and the characters I met along the way. A lovely book to add to any child’s bookshelf as a shared reading book. This would be a great addition to any primary school library. It can be used as a class read or with an individual to support emotional literacy on the subject of empathy and how our actions affect others.
Picture book / Reviewed by Carol Wright
Suggested Reading Age 5+