By Steve Antony
A sudden gust of wind sets off a marvelous adventure for the Queen, lots of Queen’s men, and one very special hat. Just where will that hat land? Following a hysterical, epic hat chase, the Queen is reunited with her hat — and the royal baby!
A fun and easy way to learn about places in London. The back of the book gives more detail about each location to which the hat travels. The illustrations are simple red, black, and blue pictures. Kids will enjoy looking for the hat and seeing what predicaments the palace guards get into.
Review by Vanessa Eyre, Robert Frost Media Center
Rating: ★★★★✩ (4 stars)
Interest Level: Grades PreK-1
Author Website: http://www.steveantony.com/
The Queen’s Hat
Written by Steve Antony
Release Date: August 25, 2015
21 thoughts on “The Queen’s Hat”
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The Queen’s hat, looks so fun. It will be a fun read aloud to explore with students.
This book looks hysterical! I would love a copy.
Thanks for the fun review Vanessa.
This is great! A hat blowing around London–what fun. I would love a copy for our library. Thanks for a wonderful review!
Congrats! You won the drawing for this contest! The book will be coming to you through district mail. Enjoy.
This looks like such a fun book! If we don’t win this giveaway we’ll have to purchase it ourselves. Can’t wait to read it!
I love London, anything London would be great!
When I read “The Queen’s Hat” to the students, I used my best English accent.
It was fun for them to learn about London. We compared it to landmarks in the US.
This looks so fun and what a great way to travel to a place without leaving the comfort of your home!
This looks great! It would be a great addition to any library!
This sounds like a delightful book! Thanks for the review.
What a fun sounding read aloud! Most of us will never travel to London so reading about it would be the next best thing.
Looks like a great new book to add to my library and to share with students!
The students are so interested in London and Paris! fun book
Looks like a fun book to read to the students!
Sounds like a fun book!
Fun book to pair with a nonfiction book!
sounds like a fun book.
Looks like a fun book. Would love to get it.
Sounds like a riot! Love to add it to the library.
The give away for this title is finished. Renee Larsen was the winner. Thanks everyone for looking at the site and commenting. There will be more of these give aways in the future.