Review: Elmo’s Guessing Game About Colors

Elmo's Guessing Game About Colors
Elmo’s Guessing Game About Colors by Sesame Street
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“Elmo’s Guessing Game About Colors” by Sesame Street was very fun and colorful. Elmo went over the basic colors such as red, yellow, blue, etc…, and name items representing each one. My daughter really enjoyed the different colors, and she knew almost all the items by sight. It was a really great resource for learning colors.
As a parent, I really liked this book, and I will request the other titles in this series to go over with my daughter. I think she would be able to learn a lot from them.

I give it 5 stars.

P.S.  “Elmo’s Guessing Game About Colors” was provided on-loan from my local library.

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Review: Max Goes to the Playground

Max Goes to the Playground
Max Goes to the Playground by Adria F. Klein
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“Max Goes to the Playground” by Adria F. Klein was really cute. It’s about Max and his friend Jose spending the day at the playground. My daughter liked this book because it showed a playground, and she loves going to the park. And, the book had a lot of colors which she could easily identify with.
As a parent, I really liked this book because, not only did it help my child be more interative in reading, but the author also showed Max sharing his playground time with a friend, and I think sharing is real important.
I give it 5 stars.

P.S.  “Max Goes to the Playground” is provided on-loan from my local library.

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Review: Hats Can Help: The Sound of H (Wonder Books

Hats Can Help: The Sound of H (Wonder Books
Hats Can Help: The Sound of H (Wonder Books by Alice K. Flanagan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“Hats Can Help: The Sound of H” by Alice K. Flanagan was really good…having went through the book prior in the alphabet, this author does not miss. She uses very attractive pictures to complement the simple, basic sentences that she has your beginner reader going through…my daughter could name on-sight some of the pictures in this book…horse, clown and bread just to name a few.
And, of course, as a mom, I really liked this book…I enjoy seeing my daughter engaged in activity where she is having fun and learning at the same time.

I give it 5 stars.

P.S.  “Hats Can Help:  The Sound of H” was provided on-loan from my local library.

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Review: Cc

Cc
Cc by Kelly Doudna
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“Cc” by Kelly Doudna served as a great asset to my daughter’s learning sight pictures and words…she really could identify with a lot of the images in this book. I believe that helps her identify with the words that we’re practicing, and, because of that, I thought this book was great.
As in the previous books we’ve read in this series, I really liked the fact that the author includes a section at the end of this book for nouns, verbs and extra vocabulary words. I think it really adds to the ability of the book to be usd in an educational setting.

I give it 5 stars.

P.S.  “Cc” was provided on-loan from my local library.

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Review: Max Goes To The Library

Max Goes To The Library
Max Goes To The Library by Adria F. Klein
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“Max Goes To The Library” was adorable with very simple sentences for your beginning reader. It’s also great for the child who’s just about to get his/her library card. Ms. Klein has Max go through every step perfectly. He goes to the library, meets the librarian, gets his own library card and even gets on the computer as he’s looking for books.
Of course, as a parent and a lover of the library, this book was a favorite of mine, and I couldn’t wait to read it with my daughter. She really liked it too…she loves the library and recognized what this book was about right away.

I give it 5 stars.

P.S.  “Max Goes To The Library” was provided on-loan from my local library.

* Read-It! Reader – Purple Level

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Review: Bb

Bb
Bb by Kelly Doudna
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“Bb” by Kelly Doudna was really interesting for my daughter…she already knew alot of the objects that the author used in her sentences using “Bb” and she was able to name them on sight such as basketball, balloons and, of course, the birthday cake. And, plus, I didn’t mention this on my review of “Aa,” but I really like how Ms. Doudna incorporates an English lesson at the end of the books by going over the nouns and verbs mentioned in the book. She even provided more “Bb” words to your reader.

I give it 5 stars.

“Bb” was provided on-loan by my local library.

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Review: Aa

Aa
Aa by Kelly Doudna
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

“Aa” by Kelly Doudna was straight-forward and to-the-point…true to its title, it was a book about A and a. The book was full of simple sentences for your child just learning how to read, and it was okay. The pictures that the author used to go with each page complemented the text well. Many colors were used, and my daughter was able to identify with the items she chose. However, I would have liked to see more practice of the pronunciation of the letters in this book. The title “Aa” leads you to believe that it will be included. Though, don’t get me wrong! The sentences that were there helped your child practice this in a sentence, but I just would have liked to see it one-on-one.

I give it 4 stars.

P.S.  “Aa” was provided on-loan from my local library.

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