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Creak, Thump, Bonk! by Susan L. Roth
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Creak, Thump, Bonk!

by Susan L. Roth

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Genre: I would say this is a very general poetry book. The theme is the same throughout the entire book, and on each page is a new rhyme. It is about the characters going exploring throughout an old spooky house and on each page there are different sounds with rhyming objects in the room and different actions. This could be possible in real life so I didn't choose to make it a fantasy genre.

The media in this book looks like cut out pieces of paper, fabric and then collaging them, somewhat like Eric Carle, and I think it really works well for the off and scattered theme and layout of the whole story line. There are only two to six words on each page and this helps the children to look at the very large pictures instead of just concentrating on the entire text. The words are large enough for younger children to read from a distance, which is also nice. ( )
  chelsealouise | Sep 20, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689802900, Hardcover)

Aspiring young detectives match wits with three courageous kids and their dog as they hunt for clues in their search for the elusive source of scary night noises.

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Children prowl about the house at night in search of the origin of scary night noises.

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