Max the Minnow (Eyeball Animation!)

Max the Minnow Eyeball Animation Like most little guys Max wants to be a big fish too Sorry Max You re already a huge splash even smaller in this wonderful Board Book adaptation of The Adventures of Max the Minnow U S Patent No

  • Title: Max the Minnow (Eyeball Animation!)
  • Author: William Boniface
  • ISBN: 9781579390754
  • Page: 291
  • Format: Board book
  • Like most little guys, Max wants to be a big fish too Sorry Max You re already a huge splash even smaller in this wonderful Board Book adaptation of The Adventures of Max the Minnow.U.S Patent No 5,941,570 6,149,201

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      Published :2018-05-09T00:16:20+00:00

    1 thought on “Max the Minnow (Eyeball Animation!)”

    1. As a child, I adored this book. I loved the aquatic setting and the unique art style used therein, and I would spend a lot of time just looking at the pictures.As I grew older, I remembered the illustrations and the silly, googly eyes of the book, so I revisited it (properly, this time).In the struggle to fit where you think you or others would like you to be, you'll inevitably fail. It's only when you make steps to improve yourself, rather than force yourself to fit the mold someone else has es [...]

    2. Going back to the Little Free Library. This book includes fat-shaming, being laughed at with no reproof, and a nebulous moral.

    3. The Adventures of Max the Minnow by William Boniface is such a good book to read to kids of all ages! Just looking at the title can be very engaging to a lot of kids. The title portrays tiny Max the minnow in front of a huge fish with enormous eyeballs that pop out of the book. Just wiggling the book makes the eyes shake. As I flipped through the pages, the giant 3D eyes transferred from one page to the other, giving another character big eyes. The test is blended in with the ocean scenery. If y [...]

    4. After reading lots of books to my toddler many times over, I find the ones that are my favorites that I don't mind reading. This book is one of those. I love the rhyme of the book along with the incredible illustrations. My son loves to wiggle the book around to watch the eyes jiggle. It is a fun book for both of us. We bought it at the Memphis Zoo.

    5. Max the Minnow wanted to be a big fish. He asked his friends, saw how the blowfish puffed up and tried to overeat his way to becoming bigger. Max narrowly escapes being eaten by a shark and realizes that brains means more than bulk. This is a cute board book with googlie eyes, rhyming text, bright colored pictures and a nice message about being happy with yourself.

    6. My kids really love all these books! The google eyes (they're 3D and move about) are appealing. The story rhymes and has colorful illustrations. From a parent perspective, I love the little moral lesson that is being told as well as the realistic glossary at the end regarding all the fish mentioned in the story and a little bit about them. Educational and entertaining! Perfect!

    7. I'm not sure my son understands all that is going on here. But, he loves the rhythm of this story, it's aquatic setting and, of course, the eyeballs popping from the book. For me, the moral to groove on your own self instead of trying to be like others, as well as a hat tipped to fitness, is good. recommended. We will be checking this out from the library again.

    8. My oldest child's new favorite book, I have read it over and over and over and over and. So, I'm pleased to say that this little story is one real underwater adventure with true staying power. And including the glossary of underwater creatures at the end is fantastic!

    9. The eyes were a main attraction with this book. The kids were entranced. The story was poor, and the illustrations were kind of lame. So I suppose I don't recommend this book, because googly eyes alone do not a book make.

    10. This book is really appealing to younger kids because it has 2 giant eyes that stick out of the book! A fun read!

    11. Max learns that it is alright just to be himself - a lesson all children need to learn. And of course the big eyes are the perfect "hook" to get littles to pick it up and read it.

    12. Brad brought this home from a bussiness trip for Connor---and he LOVED it! It is a darling story and teaches a gret lesson about doing the best you can with what you got!!

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