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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Sammy Jo was lonely and wanted a new friend. She was sitting with her parents and gazing at the ocean. They were having fun as they sat on the logs and cooked hot dogs. As she gazed at the waves, Sammy Jo dreamed of a fantastic undersea world. They heard a loud splash and her Daddy thought it might be a shark. Sammy Jo knew she could find out what it was if she was allowed to. The next day as she explored the shore, a stick flew her way. Sammy Jo wondered about it. She ran home with the stick and told her parents there were monsters and sea creatures hiding out there in the ocean. Her parents laughed but Sammy Jo had crazy dreams all night. The next day she packed a small lunch and picked a nice spot under a tree. She heard a splash and a strange noise and Sammy Jo wondered what it might be. What could it be? Let's read the book to find out.
What's That Noise? (Sammy Jo Adventure Series) by Dede Stockton is a fantastical adventure that will take young readers along with Sammy Jo to discover the hidden treasures underwater. The story is also about being patient and making new friends and will get readers excited and interested as they explore the hidden treasures and mysteries underwater. Gaspar Sabater's enchanting illustrations bring out the magic of Sammy Jo's underwater adventure, making it whimsical and enthralling. This is a good book for storytelling sessions at homes and in classrooms and will help young readers imagine the beauty that exists everywhere.