Book Review: Knot Cannot by Tiffany Stone

Knot Cannot by Tiffany Stone

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Title: Knot Cannot
Author: Tiffany Stone
Illustrator: Mike Lowery
Publisher: Dial Books
Publish Date: April 7, 2020
Genre: Childrens – Picture Book
Series: na
My Rating: 4/5


A pun-packed look at friendship, jealousy, and being yourself

Knot is a piece of rope who longs to do the same things as Snake. Snake can slither and swim and hiss. Sadly, Knot cannot! But when Snake finds herself in a pickle, Knot discovers there’s one thing he can do that Snake cannot. Knot can knot–a lot!

With wordplay a-plenty, this uproarious read-a-loud encourages readers to find–and celebrate!–whatever it is they do best.

Knot Cannot by Tiffany Stone
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Knot is jealous of Snake. Snake can do all kinds of things that Knot cannot. There is one thing that Knot can do though, and it helps Snake a lot.

A fun story with wordplay and colorful illustrations. A great read-aloud book. Cute and silly.

I received a free digital copy of this book from the publisher via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

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