Title: Swirl by Swirl: Spirals in Nature
Author: Joyce Sidman
Illustrator: Beth Krommes
Reviewed by Nikolas C., Grade III
Swirl by Swirl is about spirals that you can find in nature. The book says that a spiral is a growing shape. It starts small and gets bigger. It's all through the seasons. For example, spirals are in the forest, in the ocean and in space.
A spiral can be found in a nautilus shell. A nautilus forms its home by curling around itself as it grows, adding to itself as it grows. A nautilus shell is a very beautiful shell. I've always wanted to see it.
I like the illustrations because they look so real and it has so many swirls, like the book is actually made of swirls.
I like this book because my school mascot is the nautilus shell. I think the nautilus shell represents learning because like the nautilus shell expands and gets bigger and bigger, your mind gets bigger and bigger with learning. I give Swirl by Swirl 4 million starts because it's a thoughtful book and there are so many good illustrations and it's just what I like.
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