Someday, Narwhal by Lisa Mantchev

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Someday, Narwhal Read Online Free - “Kids will love this tiny little protagonist who dares to dream big.” —Booklist

“The little narwhal from Strictly No Elephants gets her own story…Equally good as a stand-alone or for fans of the first book.” —School Library Journal

In this charming companion to the award-winning picture book Strictly No Elephants, a tiny narwhal discovers that sometimes the difference between staying home and a big adventure is a group of loving friends.

Red front door. Potted plant. Umbrella stand. Piano. Red front door. Potted plant. Umbrella stand. Piano.

That’s what the world looks like from inside Tiny Narwhal’s fishbowl. It’s not very exciting. She dreams of the world beyond: endless blue sky, tall buildings, a bridge. But Tiny Narwhal hasn’t any feet and doesn’t know the street names. And what if it’s cold outside?

What this little narwhal does have, though, are good friends. With the help of her boy and his friends, plus a penguin, bat, and giraffe, Tiny Narwhal finally feels brave enough to go on an adventure.

Someday, Narwhal features the same adorable cast of pets and sweet, lyrical language as Lisa Mantchev’s beloved Strictly No Elephants.

Title : Someday, Narwhal
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ISBN : 1481479709
Edition Language : English
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 40 pages


Stacy rated it ★★★☆☆

December 12, 2017

Narwhal just wants to see the world, but she’s stuck in her fishbowl. What happens when they bring the world to her? Cute illustrations but a bland story.

Jennifer rated it ★★★★☆

December 01, 2017

My 6 year old daughter thought this was really cute, so I gave it 4 stars but for me it's more of a 3 star book. The illustrations are cute and the little narwhal is just adorable. But, the story was a bit weird for me. It probably would have made more sense if I had read the book that came befor...

Garrett rated it ★★★★☆

January 24, 2018

I really liked this book, but I was told by certain coworkers that it's really a book about animal abuse. I mean, okay, so the narwhal is a bit big for that fishbowl and, yes, the giraffe is lookin' a bit big 'round the middle and, sure, that bat shouldn't be out and about during the day--but dar...

Beth rated it ★★★★★

November 15, 2017

Too cute!!

Peacegal rated it ★★★☆☆

November 27, 2017

An absolutely adorable fantasy starring a very unique creature. It's worth noting, however, that real aquatic pets should never be kept in fishbowls.

Laura rated it ★★★★☆

November 15, 2017

Well, that was pretty damn adorable. How can I get a tiny narwhal that I can keep in a fishbowl?

Penny rated it ★★★★★

October 17, 2017

Sweet, wonderful story about how friends help each other. Yum's soft, dreamy artwork perfectly complements Mantchev's words. I love that the narwhal's dreams come true!

Maria rated it ★★★★★

November 03, 2017

In a gentle text, filled with friendship and wonder, Lisa Mantchev invites the reader into a narwhal's confined fishbowl world. Where numerous obstacles (an inability to walk or read and fear of cold temperatures) to her dream to travel and explore, keep her confined and sad. Three friends and th...

Pug rated it ★★☆☆☆

December 10, 2017

I had such huge hopes for this book: I couldn't wait to read about awesome narwhals! I should have realized something was terribly amiss when I saw the tiny narwhal in a FISHBOWL on the cover. The whole story was stupid from the beginning. He lives in a bowl, wants to explore the world, but is af...

Kara rated it ★★☆☆☆

November 04, 2017

A tiny pet narwhal living in a fish bowl longs to see the world and eventually her wish comes true on a red wagon ride through the city. Both the text and illustrations are well done in this story but there's some confusion in how they match up. When the narwhal expresses her longing for travel,...

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