It's slimy. It's smelly. Its green and it's gooey. It's seaweed soup -- and its Turtle's favorite lunch!
Turtle has made enough seaweed soup for everyone. But it looks awful and smells worse! Nobody wants to even taste it. How can they tell Turtle without hurting his feelings?
As Turtle serves lunch to his reluctant guests, young readers can learn about matching sets (also called one-to-one correspondence) by keeping track of all the different bowls, cups, spoons, and napkins on the table. Lighthearted art and a surprise ending make this a story readers will eat up.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - awalls4 - LibraryThing
I like this book because of the writing. The text follows a consistent pattern throughout the book. Each page entails turtle adding more places to the table. It makes it easy for the reader to follow ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - KarenNunez - LibraryThing
Seaweed Soup by Stuart J. Murphy and Illustrated by Frank Remkiewicz is a very entertaining and educational book that helps students age 3 and up understand the concept of putting things in set. The ... Read full review