Aug 222015


Dave the Brave Sawfish by Nirit Littaney

File Size: 7389 KB
Print Length: 38 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Publication Date: July 16, 2015
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English

Watch out! If you swim by too closely, Dave, the young sawfish, may just whack you with his nose! No one can deny he has a huge honker, but the thing that stands out about him most isn’t his appearance at all. Swim with Dave through an underwater journey as he encounters a scary situation and proves once and for all that looks aren’t everything.
This bedtime story for kids is the perfect way to send children off to sleep with a valuable lesson to dream about. Vivid illustrations of sea creatures and aquatic animals will captivate little readers and parents alike. Dave is sure to become one of your child’s favorite characters from a children’s book.

This is such a cute book that I think all little ones would enjoy. It teaches that even though we may not look like everyone else, we still are important and matter. It also teaches young children not to make fun of or be mean to other children, or anyone, for being different.

I loved this book! It has such positive messages and the illustrations are adorable. I would recommend this book to anyone who is different or knows anyone who is different. It would be a great gift for any child getting ready to start school.

Illustrator Emily Zierother did an awesome job!

Thanks to author Nirit Littaney for sending me a PDF copy of the book for review



Every Saturday, Booking Mamma hosts a feature called Kid Konnection, a regular weekend feature about anything related to children’s books.

 Posted by at 10:50 AM

  3 Responses to “Dave the Brave Sawfish by Nirit Littaney”

  1. This sounds like a wonderful children’s book, Vicki! I enjoyed your review. Have a terrific weekend! 🙂

  2. My granddaughter would love this!

  3. This sounds like a great book to read in the classroom. Since I’m a sub, I like to have books and activities on hand to fill up extra time if needed. I’ll be checking this one out. Thanks for sharing!

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