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READ DOWNLOAD Ú Who Sank the Boat? ⚢ A charmingly funny read aloud that asks an important question Who sank the boat Beside the sea, there once lived a cow, a donkey, a sheep, a pig, and a tiny little mouse They were good friends, and one warm, sunny morning, for no particular reason, they decided to go for a row in the bay Do you know who sank the boat The idea is funny, the pictures are splendid, and the easy text is just right for the very young The New Yorker A bright, brisk tale, simply told, illustrated by cheerful, comical pictures The Bulletin of the Center for Children s Books This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This is an award winning book by the New Zealand s writer and illustrator Pamela Allen This is a very short story around 25 pages inclusive of full picture pages with a very simple storyline that can easily be understood by younger toddlers Little AJ loves it probably because he is obsessed with looking at animals.5 animals decided to go out for a row in the bay one day a cow, a donkey, a knitting sheep, a pig with an umbrella, and a tiny mouse One by one, they jumped dived stepped i This is an award winning book by the New Zealand s writer and illustrator Pamela Allen This is a very short story around 25 pages inclusive of full picture pages with a very simple storyline that can easily be understood by younger toddlers Little AJ loves it probably because he is obsessed with looking at animals.5 animals decided to go out for a row in the bay one day a cow, a donkey, a knitting sheep, a pig with an umbrella, and a tiny mouse One by one, they jumped dived stepped into the boat, and we are asked to predict who sank the boat Spoiler alert the boat sank when the final and tiniest animal jumped in and held onto the oar The mouse was the only one that stayed dry in the end.There was nothing too spectacular about the storyline or the illustrations, but it sure is a fun story that can keep young toddlers engaged till the end This is a book that can be read to preschool older kids too, and provide a good opportunity for parents teachers to discuss about weight, balancing, measurement, physics, concept of floating and sinking etc.Full review here Indy loved reading this at grandma s who sank the boat Was it big fat donkey The cheeky pig The knitting sheep A fun shorty easy read. A great favourite on my bookshelf. My son picked this out telling me his teacher reads it He s developing a real passion for reading which makes me very happy I have to say though, this did very little for me The story is engaging enough but I really disliked the visual style the animals look grotesque I can see why it s a classic but I like my illustrated books to havestyle I did quite like that final page though.