On the first page, the crocodile says she has a "super square" and that readers should yell "snap" when they find its pair. The next page does have two green squares, but the text is about a circle and invites readers to spot its pair. The next page has only one square, two circles, and you find a pair of stars. And so on. The diamond shape is called a "kite" throughout. The last two pages invite readers to match up all the shapes on the pages. I think the "game" is confusing - are you looking for a square in each page? or the matching shapes talked about on each page? That's not clear from the first pages. I also think the diamond should be called a diamond. I wonder, though, if this is a British thing I'm missing out on - isn't there a British game called Snap?
The illustrations are colorful and attractive and kids will certainly enjoy the die cut shapes in the thick cardboard pages. The book is a sturdy square and most kids won't care much about any little issues in the text.
Verdict: I would recommend this one if you have the rest of the series; if not, start with the others first as this one isn't quite as good as the other titles.
ISBN: 9781589255661; Published 2014 by Tiger Tales; Purchased for the library