KINDLE ❁ Tous les animaux ne sont pas bleus: Le grand livre des petites différences Author Béatrice Boutignon – Writerscompany.co.uk
A few things bothered me about this title First, the text was too wordy If the intention was for children to look at the illustrations and find the differences between the creatures, then they should not first be hit over the head with a paragraph of text The illustrations, for the most part, were perfectly fine, and could have done well enough on their own without so much text Secondly, the illustrations of otters were off All of the otters looked multi gendered, filling out both the top and bottom of their bikinis and swimsuits Ugh. This book is great for a 3 4 year old who likes to talk about the picture and ask questions On each page are 5 animals that are similar, but are doing different things like wearing a hat, taking a nap, facing backwards etc The facing page gives clues to match with one of the animals such as She likes to stretch out They are easy clues for school age kids, but I ll revisit this one for the inquisitive youngster when he s just a bit older. Sharing Simple Concepts, Not All Animals Are Blue Prompts Discussion About Colors, Movement, Attitude, And Even Accessories It Is An Interactive Book For Adults And Children To Enjoy Together Reading, Listening, Discussing, And Laughing Full Color Read this cute little book to Jack a short while ago He was able to figure out which clue in the story went with which animal picture pretty easily It was written very descriptively and in easy to understand language for my four year old He sat still and enjoyed it all the way through even though it has pages than he s used to reading Will definitely read it to the kids again as I m sure Emmie will want a turn as well. A fun book to share with a little one You read the descriptions and they pick out which animal in the illustrations matches. What a fun basis for discussion Such a cute book Lots of different animals and each sentence goes along with a different animal Not a lot of character development Lots of rich language describing the different animals. The illustrations are really cute but I didn t find the rhythm or word choice all thatgreat Kinda clunky and lame, IMO Important idea for a children s book, but wasn timpressed with this effort. I absolutely love this book of differences This is one that is meant to be looked at individually with parent and or child, as the illustrations and the things the reader needs to hunt for are quite small Each page features an illustration in which the reader must find the differences between the animals pictured The illustrations are just beautiful and the things we are hunting for are whimsical and not always easy to spot Sometimes, it s up to interpretation This is a perfect book for examining and discussing. A good lapsit book share because the kid would want to really look at the page to figure out which sentence each animal went with.