Thank you are important words children should learn to use with each other and adults. The words express appreciation. I recommend this book since it has the Rabbit who is Pig's friend visiting him to play and to write thank you letters..
Pig agrees to go play after he writes a thank you letter to his grandmother. Pig gives an explanation why he writes one and what he puts in it. Rabbit decides to write his own thank you letters.The author has done a great job giving suggestions why a young persons should share these words.The drawings are nice and the lettering is visible on top of the different backgrounds.
The Princess ABC Picture Book (Mary Lee Princesses 1) Kindle Edition by Mary Lee is wonderful decorated book of princess with some unique names. I recommend this book for having colorful illustrations and readable lettering. Enjoyable read.
Sleepy Beach by Scott Harpole, Jill Reed (Illustrator)
Sleepy Beach is a relaxing and soothing read. The illustrations have colors woven to bring the mind peaceful thoughts. Children who have tired themselves from the day; I recommend this book for them to be easy to sleep. Parents and Caregivers could discuss how the water and the night are calming to them.
The squiggly writing made it difficult for me to read. It took a little time to figure out the letter on each page.
Tommy Goes Trick-or-Treating (Bird Brain Books Book 4) by Emlyn Chand (Author), Noelle Giffin (Illustrator), Lane Diamond (Editor)
Tommy Goes Trick-or-Treating has woodpecker Tommy and raccoon Micheal discovering about Halloween Night.They create their own costumes and the adventure beings. Without giving the plot away, Tommy and Micheal learn a good lesson in the end.
I recommend this book because of the message and the illustrations are perfect. They resemble what is going on in the story. The drawback with the book is the predictability other than that it is a good read.
The cover has changed since I purchased the book in August 2014 The following is the cover I have.
Age 3 - 8 years old
Scale 4 (5 Excellent to 1 Poor)
Although I enjoy reading The Monster That Ate Our Keys, I am left wanting to learn more about what would eventually happen at his dad's job and how will the son deal with the bully at his school. Other than that the book is funny and warmhearted. The illustrations of the monster is silly and I believe won't scare a child. The lettering is readable that I always like. I don't have to go searching for my bifocals.
I recommend the book since parents,caregivers and children are able to talk about what troubles them and how they deal with their problems.
Age level 5-9
Scale 3.5 Fair ( 5 Excellent to 1 Poor)
Tea Party Rules by Ame Dyckman Illustrated by K. G. Campbell
I enjoy Tea Party Rules it leaves me tickle by the end.The relationship between the bear and young lady have both trying to achieve two different goals. The bear wants cookies and the girl is set on having a proper tea party. The book has lovable illustrations and the lettering is perfect.
A good book for the cookie monsters we know.
The problem I had with this book and other children books I read as a child and now, all animals that wandered from home are males. As a child, I believed that females of animals would be born fully grown and males are born babies. In the book the girl put the bear in a dress.I was surprised. I thought the writer had a girl bear. I had to reread the book and the bear was he.
Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon Written by Patty Lovell Illustrated by David Catrow
Encouragement.Children need positive words and support. This build strong character and confidence that opens the door to loving themselves. Stand Tall, Molly Lou Melon has Molly receiving unwavering support from her grandmother that brings out the best in her. I recommend this book since it expresses the importance of Parents and Caregivers as a young person first cheerleaders.
The illustrations are nice.However the problem with a few of them they are small and most of the page is just colored background. I believe it is to compare Molly's height against her surroundings.