Bob and Flo play hide and seek

Rebecca Ashdown

Book - 2016

Penguins Bob, Flo, and Sam play hide and seek.

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Subjects
Genres
Picture books
Published
Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt 2016.
Language
English
Item Description
First published in the UK by Oxford University Press in 2015, as Bob and Flo : hide and seek"--Copyright page.
Physical Description
1 volume (unpaged) : color illustrations ; 26 cm
ISBN
9780544596313
0544596315
Main Author
Rebecca Ashdown (author)
Review by Booklist Reviews

Bob, Flo, and Sam are back for another adventure at preschool. It's a rainy day, and Bob's umbrella is the inspiration for a game of hide-and-seek. All three are excited, but Bob struggles to master the pastime. He tries again, "but he is still too easy to find." Can Sam and Flo explain how to play? Can Bob figure out a way "to disappear?" A cheerful palette of watercolor illustrations highlights the friendly message of how everyone learns at her or his own speed. A double-page spread of Bob's triumph at the game will be a hit during storytime. The friendship of these three little penguins demonstrates that patience, imagination, and play make for a fun time. Round out your storytime with Mike Wohnoutka's Dad's First Day (2015) and Don and Audrey Wood's The Little Mouse, the Red Ripe Strawberry, and the Big Hungry Bear (1997). Copyright 2014 Booklist Reviews.

Review by School Library Journal Reviews

Toddler-PreS—After Penguin Bob arrives at preschool on a rainy day, hidden by his umbrella, he decides to play hide-and-seek with his friends Flo and Sam. Bob is the first one to hide, and Flo and Sam count to 10 twice because "counting to twenty is hard." Bob isn't very good at hiding, and Flo and Sam find him quickly each time. During the final round, Flo and Sam play in the kitchen corner while giving Bob time to find a good place to hide. Bob finally "disappears" this time and comes out of his hiding spot just in time to share the pretend cake his friends have made. The colorful pastel illustrations of these charming penguins will appeal to toddlers and their parents. VERDICT Perfect for youngsters just learning to play as a group.—Sarah Polace, Cuyahoga Public Library System, OH [Page 98]. (c) Copyright 2016 Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.

Review by Publisher Summary 1

Penguins Bob, Flo, and Sam play hide and seek.

Review by Publisher Summary 2

Three penguin preschool buddies play games of hide-and-seek that are challenged because one of them does not yet fully understand the concept of hiding, an obstacle that, once overcome, is celebrated with a pretend cake in the preschool kitchen. Simultaneous eBook. 15,000 first printing.

Review by Publisher Summary 3

Penguins Bob and Flo love to play hide-and-seek with their new friend Sam at preschool. But Bob isn’t very good at hiding! Every time, Flo and Sam find him right away. After several funny failed attempts, Bob finally gets the hang of the game—and then enjoys the cake his friends baked in the preschool kitchen corner as his reward.
   

Review by Publisher Summary 4

Penguins Bob and Flo love to play hide-and-seek with their new friend Sam at preschool. But Bob isn’t very good at hiding! Every time, Flo and Sam find him right away. After several funny failed attempts, Bob finally gets the hang of the game—and then enjoys the cake his friends baked in the preschool kitchen corner as his reward.
  
 

Review by Publisher Summary 5

 Bob and Flo Play Hide-and-Seek is now in an adorable board book format! Penguins Bob and Flo love to play hide-and-seek with their new friend Sam at preschool. But Bob isn't a very good hider! Can Flo and Sam help Bob learn to disappear?