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Skinny Little Tree (Inglese) Copertina rigida – 30 giu 2013

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2 di 2 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Wonderful! 27 luglio 2013
Di Dawn R. - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The story is about Skinny Little Tree experiencing the changing of seasons. As you read Skinny Little Tree to children, it gives you opportunity to talk about changes life brings to all of us. There are blank pages in the book where children can draw their own pictures to go along with the story. It is definitely a fun book to read. The author and illustrator have done a wonderful job and I hope they will do more in the future.
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Di gayle pace - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina flessibile

This was a delightful book that the author wrote to read to little ones about the changing of the seasons. It is a nice, easy way to talk to children about changes that all of us experience. The creative thing the author added was blank pages. This allows the children to put into drawings their ideas to go with the story. Wonderful. This book is one that you could save for your child as a keepsake. They will be able to look back on the times when they read or they were read to. A little boy learns the lessons of the ups and downs of life as the SKINNY LITTLE TREE weeps, laughs, smiles, dances and sings. The pictures make it easy for the little ones to look at and see what the SKINNY LITTLE TREE is feeling, such as tears and sadness. This is a wonderful little book for little ones to read or be read to. You will enjoy it as much as they will. Another cute little addition is the little one can put his or her name on the first page. That really makes it their own book. Every little one should have this book as their very own as a fun, interesting and learning time. I hope there are more books coming from Jayme Martin.

I would give this book 5 STARS.

I was given a complimentary copy of SKINNY LITTLE TREE from the author Jayme Martin for this unbiased review.
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
Great but too short 16 settembre 2013
Di Ellis Reviews - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida
I requested this book because I thought it looked like a cute book. When I received it, I was surprised at how short it was. I love the illustrations and the idea behind the book. I was disappointed though in how short it was. I really liked the pages in the book for the kids to draw things, this makes the book very interactive and the objects they are asked to draw are found close by on the opposite page.

I like this author Jamye Martin and hope that she continues to write fun, interactive and entertaining books!

I received a free copy of this book from Bostick Communications for review purposes. Thanks!

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Reader's Interacting with Tree of Emotions Story 7 ottobre 2013
Di Conny - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida
Title: Skinny Little Tree
Author: Jayme Martin
Illustrator: Clark Andres Jr.
Publisher: Outskirts Press, Inc.
ISBN: 978-1-4787-0813-1

"I said to Skinny Little Tree, `Skinny Little Tree, why are you smiling at me?'
`Because Wiggly Worms, Blue Bird, and Little Leaves left for a while. They're back today - so I smile,'" Jayme Martin writes in her children's book, "Skinny Little Tree."

At twenty-eight unnumbered pages, this letter-sized paperback is targeted toward preschool aged children and beginner readers, especially those who enjoy interacting with books by drawing as they follow along with the story line. With no profanity or scary scenes except perhaps a few dark-looking trees at night, it is an ideal book to read and use right before nap time or bed time. Artist Clark Andrews Jr. uses full page, colorful illustrations with enough engaging details to keep readers interested.

After fill-the-blank ownership and acknowledgement pages, this imaginative tome is about a little boy who speaks to a tall, green tree that looks happy and contented on the front cover. The boy asks the tree lots of questions such as why it is smiling at him, why is it weeping or worried, why does it dance with glee at night, and why is it smiling again. Promoted as a book discussing all the seasons of life, it is more about emotions like being happy, sad, worried, or cheerful.

With each question the boy asks, the tree responds with reasons such as being tickled by wiggly worms, having a friendly blue bird fly away, shedding little leaves who would rather play with the ground, listening to the moon sing, or having all its friends back, surrounding it.

Also with each answer there is a blank page to have the reader create and draw his or her own wiggle worm, blue bird, leaves, moon, smile, and even a skinny little tree. By engaging readers through artistic interaction, they learn not only how to imagine and draw their own designs, they are educated about a few emotions, what insects and animals are near trees, and that trees shed their leaves.

Although the book is very short in length and there are only six drawing applications for readers, the concept of interacting with the story is helpful and fun. Due to the word repetition, beginner readers can focus on specific word groups and learn new, more complicated words and their meanings.

This book was furnished by the author in lieu of an unbiased review.
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
awesome childrens book 25 ottobre 2013
Di Brooke Bayne - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
I really like this book! awesome illustrations and I love the interactive parts where you can draw in the book! I showed this book to my mother and she asked me to get her a copy so she can give it to my niece and nephew for Christmas.