Pick a Story: A Pirate Alien Jungle Adventure

Pick a Story: A Pirate Alien Jungle Adventure

By Author / Illustrator

Sarah Coyle, illus Adam Walker-Parker

Genre

Adventure

Age range(s)

5+

Publisher

HarperCollins Publishers

ISBN

9781405299046

Format

Paperback / softback

Published

04-08-2022

Synopsis

The first in a sparkling new series of 'pick your own' picture book adventures!  Do you love pirates? How about aliens? And jungle animals?  Find them ALL in the pages of this laugh-out-loud interactive adventure!


Vincent's dog, Trouble, has DISAPPEARED and he needs YOUR help.
Has Trouble been stolen by aliens?
Or pilfered by pirates?
Is she exploring the jungle?
It's up to YOU to decide!


Discover not one but THREE fun-filled worlds in this PICK A STORY adventure. You'll find twists and turns, hilarious characters . . . and decisions to make on every page. So what are you waiting for? Come on in and join the fun!   'The ideal book to inspire a lifelong love of reading' - Lancashire Newspaper Group.  'A truly un-put-downable book' - Armadillo Magazine.  


Look out for Pick a Story: A Dinosaur Unicorn Robot Adventure.

Reviews

Amanda

Sarah and Adam have created not one but three stories with multiple different endings in this playful book, Pick a Story: A Pirate Alien Jungle Adventure. The topics are ones which will draw children's imagination and keep them hooked and the changing endings will keep parents wanting to read it over and over again. The illustrations are colourful, bold and clear, adding to the fun of the wonderfully creative plot lines. Each child will feel like they have been chosen for an important mission.  Vincent's dog, Trouble, has disappeared and he needs help. This book is filled with 'hilarious characters, super-silly scenarios' and the reader gets to choose what happens.


In class I would use this to encourage pupils to write their own ending by reading part way through and stopping. It could be used for language and vocabulary development and whould lead to a huge amount of discussion. If read in a group, you could link to British Values by voting for which page that you would turn to, discuss fairness and turn taking.


This is such a different style of story that it is a must have for every classroom and library. It is sure to be well loved.


Picture book / Reviewed by Amanda Shipton, teacher

Suggested Reading Age 5+

 

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