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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
It was bedtime for Abigail and, as she drifted off to sleep, she went into the rainforest on an adventure. She met Tortoise there and asked him if he was interested in joining her. Tortoise told her that he was always on the move and would join her. Abigail had never been to a rainforest before and she did not know where to go. Tortoise said they would meet some animals on the way and could see some neat stuff. As they were walking in the forest they saw a howler monkey, tree frog, ferns, orchids, and different types of plants. Tortoise took Abigail to his home and introduced her to his family. Let's accompany Abigail and Tortoise and find out what they saw.
Abigail on an Adventure: Abigail and the Tortoise by Jeff Fabian is a whimsical adventure that will take young readers on a magical journey exploring new places. Abigail's love for nature, animals, and adventure is tangible in the story and in the illustrations that are bright and colorful. They also give a good pace and movement to the story. It is a wonderful story for tutors and parents to use in storytelling sessions and will encourage children to travel and explore new places and learn new things. The story has adventure, action, and magic and will have readers captivated by the beauty of the rainforest and will get them acquainted with a few unique animals that live in the rainforest in a fun way.