Wednesday 2 October 2019

BOOK REVIEW - The Tailes/Tales of Fin and Fang: Bare/Bear Trouble by Kat Morris

The Tails/Tales of Fin and Fang: Bare/Bear Trouble
Author: Kat Morris
Genre: Children's FictionPicture Books
Publication Date: May 6th, 2019

Book Description:
Twin foxes Fin and Fang are very different from one another. Fin is small and scruffy, while Fang is large and strong. Fin wants to stay safe at home, while Fang is ready to go out and get into mischief. But both of them love to pull pranks on their friends, and today they’re going to pay a special visit to Bear. They decide to play a trick on him. But what happens when the trick puts the lives of others in danger? Soon Fin and Fang discover the real trouble with playing tricks. In this children’s story, intended to teach beginning readers about homophones, two fox brothers who enjoy playing pranks learn an important lesson about telling the truth.

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As different as they may be in personality, twin foxes Fin and Fang are identical when it comes to pulling pranks on everyone. Their target today is their good friend Bear, however, things don't go quite according to plan.

This was an enjoyable read. I must admit, it didn't win me over right from the get-go, but as I kept reading, the story became more exciting and the characters started to grow on me. I quite liked the gummy bear joke. A simple yet enjoyable brain-teaser for young minds.

I don't know if it was the copy I received, but some of the pictures kept repeating in the first half of the story and certain words were missing the letter l in  number of places. It wasn't terribly distracting, but it was noticeable. Apart from that, I thought it was a good story.


Award: Silver
Rating: 3 out of 5 Stars
Source: Author

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