Theo at the Park Theo Has Lost His Sense of Smell, Can You Help Him Find It? by Jaclyn Crupi

Theo at the Park Theo Has Lost His Sense of Smell, Can You Help Him Find It?

Written by Jaclyn Crupi
Illustrated by Aurelia Verdoux

3+ readers   
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The Lovereading4Kids comment

The bright bold illustrations really carried this story of a little dog and its cute and very likeable expressions and, together with the smelly pages make it a fun book to share with your toddler. The story is about Theo who loses his sense of smell and goes off to the park in search of it, smelling roses and ice creams without success. The reader however is able to sniff the pages and smell the aromas wafting off the page. Thus it encourages children to be aware of their own sense of smell. Theo goes home and eats his dinner and falls asleep in his bed. The story could have ended on a stronger note but children will enjoy the novelty of finding the smell on each page. Gentle and endearing.


Theo at the Park Theo Has Lost His Sense of Smell, Can You Help Him Find It? by Jaclyn Crupi

The little dog has lost his sense of smell... and adventures to different places to try and find it again.
Children accompany Theo as he searches for his sense of smell at the park, and help him sniff out some honey, a rose bush and strawberry ice cream on his smelly journey.

About the Author

Jaclyn Crupi

Jaclyn Crupi has worked in children's publishing for more than 10 years and has written hundreds of children's books. Her published books range from board books for babies to novels for tweens and teens. Jaclyn currently lives in Geneva, Switzerland with her husband. She dreams of the day she will have a dog of her own and the adventures they will have together.

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24 pages


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Publication date

1st September 2012




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