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Reviewed by Micaela Alpert for Readers' Favorite
The Pinkest Seashell by Michael Verrett is focused around a pink seashell. When a seagull and a crab find the seashell and start fighting over it, the seashell lands in the foamy sea and starts to make its way around the sea. It lands in the hands of a seahorse, then a whale, then other creatures, and back on the shore with the seagull and crab. All the animals in the sea and on the beach are fighting over the shell. It's quite a pretty shell, and the pinkest that they have ever seen! Who will get to be the one to keep it in the end? Read The Pinkest Seashell to find out!
The Pinkest Seashell was a good read for me, although I am not a kid. Verrett's plot is good for young children, and the illustrations are sure to catch the young ones' attention. This book mainly focuses on animals, so if your child is interested in creatures both big and small, I would say they would definitely have an interest in reading this book. And since kids' attention spans are short, this would be a good book for them to read because this book is also short. I wouldn't recommend it for kids older than 2nd grade. I would recommend it for kids younger than 2nd graders, but no younger than Pre-K.