One of the titles for the younger crowd in the Beginners Books series, My Book About Me has an unusual interactive twist--you make it up as you go along. On each page there's something new to complete, from "I weigh ___ pounds" to "My teeth. I counted them. I have ___ up top. I have ___ downstairs." It's a simple idea, but with a surprising amount of educational value--getting children to name their home country, to recognize and draw in the color of their own eyes, learn their telephone number and address, to name favorite clothes, foods, and colors, and more. Finally, there's a two-page spread where each owner of the book can write his or her own story. Illustrator Roy McKie's style is halfway between the P.D. Eastman of Are You My Mother and the mainstream Seuss of Cat in the Hat and Thidwick: The Big-Hearted Moose. (Ages 4 to 8) --Richard Farr
Illus. in full color. Encourages children to find out about themselves, while having fun writing and drawing their own biographies.See all Editorial Reviews
Great book for guidance & fun in recording baby & childhood fun facts.
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For all Seuss lovers, especially aimed at age 6ish and to be finished as child grows into it. Needs adult guidance, can't be completed by child alone.Published 10 days ago by Dr. Pamela Hoppers
It was packaged very well an was on time, it's gonna be a great gift when my boys get older!Published 18 days ago by Colyn Johnston
Had one when I was a kid as did my sister and got one for my nephew. It's fun for kids to be able to reflect on their lives and their surroundings. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Michael Chang
This is such a fun book for early learners. My pre-schooler loves this book!Published 1 month ago by Stephanie