Meet the Snozzeralls

(11 customer reviews)

£7.99

Meet the Snozzeralls!

A family who live in the face of a human being …
In this adventure, Great-Great-Grandad McHooter asks the Snozzerall children to go and find out why …

IT IS MUCH TOO LOUD!

Come along and join Snozzy McHooter Junior, Snozzerelina Ballerina and Snozzerella Bella Boo on their quest!

Meet the Snozzeralls is an imaginative way of teaching children the anatomy of the facial structures. A series of fun-packed children’s books about the Snozzerall family and their adventures!

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Meet the Snozzeralls!

A family who live in the face of a human being …
In this adventure, Great-Great-Grandad McHooter asks the Snozzerall children to go and find out why …

IT IS MUCH TOO LOUD!

Come along and join Snozzy McHooter Junior, Snozzerelina Ballerina and Snozzerella Bella Boo on their quest!

Meet the Snozzeralls is an imaginative way of teaching children the anatomy of the facial structures. A series of fun-packed children’s books about the Snozzerall family and their adventures!

11 reviews for Meet the Snozzeralls

  1. Sheryl Allott

    Fantastic book for children to learn about inside the head in a fun way .. looking forward to more books in the future.

  2. Don Pedro

    So much hard work, with an amazing final result, fun, educational and entertaining. Hopefully the first of many.

  3. Mrs M Tickner

    A very inventive and imaginative book well written. Learning and reading wonderful, Bought it for my grandson. Apparently going to be more look forward to them.

  4. Brecht

    The book was given as a present to my daughter and she really loved it. Hope more books will follow

  5. Sue and Bill Shipsides

    Our 2 Grandchildren (Ellie 8 and Maisy 5) really enjoyed the Snozzeralls. They thought the idea of living in a face very funny. They both found it easy to follow and Ellie at 8 could read it all while Maisy is learning some of the words so ideal age range. Highly recommended and looking forward to next book!

  6. Nicola Rigby

    Bought for my grandson, but loved it myself, the imagination is great,also helps children learn about parts of the body.

  7. Alison Turner

    Clever engaging book with educational input at the right level. Imaginative text and illustrations. Nice one Karen! 👍

  8. Deborah Wright

    Tomas (13), William (10) & Emma (8) have just received and read a new book called the Snozzeralls
    They were privileged to meet Karen, the author and were very excited to tell her what they thought.
    All 3 loved the story of the family inside the face !
    They laughed and learnt at the same time . The illustrations helped bring the story and characters to life . At the end of the story they were eager to find out when the next book is out ♡ x

  9. Paula Oates

    Fantastic fun way for children to learn about what goes on inside their head, grandchildren loved it , look forward to reading more. 👍🏼😘

  10. Jenny Hough

    My two grandchildren loved this book and especially all the great characters. Although Keira who is 8 thought that living up a nose would be “disgusting” 🙂

    Max liked the different body parts explained and loved the pictures.

    Such a wonderful book full of fun and brilliantly written. Can’t wait for the next one.

  11. Emma

    In ‘Meet the Snozzeralls‘ by author Karen Henton and illustrator Sarah-Leigh Wills, we’re introduced to a family of little green creatures called the Snozzeralls. The family of seven live in the face of a person where they get up to all sorts of adventures.

    In this picture book, Great-Great-Grandad McHooter is disturbed by a loud ruckus and sends the Snozzerall children on mission to find the source of the noise.

    The children venture through the ear canal looking for clues before sliding out onto the person’s earring and back into the nose. All the while, young readers are learning about human anatomy and the structures of the face and inner ear.

    ‘Meet The Snozzeralls’ is sure to expose children to some new vocabulary that they may not hear in everyday speech, like nostrils, tonsils, or eustachian tubes. Karen Henton’s use of anatomical terms throughout the story will also give children an early understanding of the human body, particularly the structures within the face.

    The repetition of the characters declaring everything “much too” really made this story stand out. With every turn of the page, the Snozzeralls say it’s much too wet, too rocky, too treacherous, or too messy. The repetitive technique makes it incredibly engaging for children and a fun story for adults to read aloud.

    This STEM and biology-based picture book is not only an adventure to read, but will educate children about the structures within the face and the connections between the mouth, nose, and ears. Using a muted colour palette, Sarah-Leigh Wills did a fantastic job at simplifying the illustrations of the human body. Children will be intrigued by seeing the lumpy ear wax and the coiling eustachian tube.

    The Snozzerall characters are super cute, memorable characters children will love to point out and name. Their constant “much too” complaints are not only funny, but they will draw young readers into the story. ‘Meet The Snozzeralls’ is the perfect introduction to human anatomy for children with a very unique, adventurous twist.

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