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Bathtub Safari – Fun at bathtime

bathtub safariBathtime is about to become a great adventure in this Bathtub Safari. This short beautifully illustrated children’s story is packed with animals, imagination, and fun sound effects, all making it great fun to read with young children, and perfect for a bedtime story. Another great Creative Commons book from BookDash.

Jack’s bath time takes a wild turn as things in his bathtub start to change, and a group of animals becomes part of his adventurous bathtub safari!

By: Robert McEwan, Sarah-Jane Williams, Tracy Lynn Chemaly

Text and Images from Bathtub Safari

Bathtub SafariBathtime is Jack’s favourite part of the day.

‘I’ll be back in a few moments,’ says his mom.

‘Make sure to clean behind your ears.’

There’s a SWOOSH. And a swish of a tale.

And then…

bathtub safariJack’s bathtub safari begins!

Look at what’s coming!

There’s a twist and a turn…

Something’s growing…

It’s a…

Bathtub SafariTOOOT!

There’s a rumble!

It’s going up UP UP and…

SPLASH!

Bathtub SafariThere’s a SPLOSH.

Something bubbles.

It’s time to…

AAAAAAH!

But something’s lurking in the background…

ROAR!

Bathtub SafariTime to get out. I hope you’re clean and ready for bed.’

<End of Book>

Listen and read along with this story in the following video by Andrew Pepper:

 

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