the-day-the-crayons-quitTHE VERDICT:

This is a funny, quirky and clever picture book that delivers a powerful message about the true nature of creativity.

Who’s it for:

Ages 3-7 will love this. Boys AND girls.

It’ll take you:

About 15 minutes.

The bottom line:

If you’re sick of pirates and princesses, this is the read for you and your kids. Funny, quirky and with a terrific message about creativity.

What it’s actually about:

Poor Duncan is facing a crayon revolt.

Each one of his colours is cross and has written him a letter detailing their list of grievances. He must find a creative solution, quickly, or his crayons will quit!

What the back cover says:

Debut author Drew Daywalt and renowned picture book maker Oliver Jeffers create a colourful solution to poor Duncan’s crayon revolt in this lively, imaginative story that will have children laughing and playing with their crayons in a whole new way.

Buy it here, and here




1 Comment

  • Simone
    Posted 17/12/2015 5:52 pm 0Likes

    Great recommendation! Have bought these books for my niece. Both myself and her mother loved them so much… It almost doesn’t matter if she doesn’t!

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