Beautiful, lovely book. 4 Year old loves it. BUT, needs a proof-reader. I bought this for my four year old.I am utterly sick of reading it, because it’s been a firm favourite for a least a solid month. The rhymes roll nicely off the tongue, too. The morality is nice. We’ll end up owning the rest of them soon, I know it.Is it a lovely book? Yes.Are the pictures lovely? Yes. I’ve enjoyed explaining to my little boy about the different ways of shading things too; pointillism as shading is an art style not often seen. He was very curious about…
Beautiful illustrations, rhyming style story This is a beautifully illustrated book with a lovely message for young children.It is about helping someone and them in turn helping someone else. I like the simple way the story is told and the numerous illustrations are colourful and explain the text as you go along.This is a great book for teaching young children about helping others and being unselfish.The rhyming text will keep young children engaged and entertained. There is quite a bit of repetition…
A must read for children This book is a must for any child, the story and the meaning behind it are life lessons that shouldn’t be avoided, the illustrations are excellent and very child friendly making the whole experience a joy for a child to read and parents to enjoy reading to their children.I highly recommend not only this book but all the books in the series
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