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"Timely and easy to understand" - By Monique (Charlotte, NC)
This is a very good book which allows parents to introduce and explain autism to their children in a non-confrontational way. The Bishops show people that autistic children are different, but also that they're special. I know that sometimes when a child (and many adults) are confronted with people with differences, we don't know to act or react. Therefore, this book is a guide which helps children learn how to play side-by-side, how to communicate with an autistic child, and how to learn from them.
The illustrations are playful and fun, and the message is clear - autistic children are really good at certain things, great at other things, but have challenges as well - just like we all have. Their challenges, strengths, and weaknesses, may be in similar areas while we struggle, excel, or just need additional help, or they may be different. But that's it.
I pre-ordered both Pokemon Black 2, as well as White 2. The story and flow has not been a disappointment in the least. All of what you can expect from the previous games has been tweaked a bit to improve the gameplay. There are a couple of new features and gimmicks, on of them being PokeStar studios which is a bit of a flunk in my opinion (you battle, and then they add a script to your battle to make it a "movie").
I have always been a fan of Pokemon games and so I know what to expect when I am purchasing. For someone completely new to the Pokemon games I would recommend this series first, I have noticed it has a bigger variety of wild pokemon early on to choose from. Pokemon HeartGold, Soulsilver and B/W are good choices as well but this game will definitely give ... full review
"Plain, Tall, and Succint" - By E. R. Bird (Manhattan, NY)
The Amazon.com rating system is severely flawed. This book deserves 4 and 1/2 stars, but no such rating exists. Just the same, "Sarah, Plain and Tall" is a short sweet story. Some have criticized MacLachlan's unrealistic depiction of a mail order bride that has a say in whether she stays or returns to her hometown. Arguments have been made that this depiction is not historically accurate and that women did not have such choices in the pioneer days of early America. I am willing to point out that the book itself is a little more complex. Though told with an adult sensibility, the primary eyes and ears of this tale are those of small children. To them, everything depends on whether or not Sarah stays. It is worth noting that Sarah herself never says that she is "deciding" on whether or not ... full review
Another great story from Carle. His illustrations are always fantastic, but his stories can be erratic. This on is a dead-on hit. It is the brief story of a caterpillar's feeding frenzy before he makes his metamorphosis into a butterfly. The book introduces children to the days of the week, the names of fruits, and numbers as the caterpillar eats through different foods each day --two pears on Tuesday, three plums on Wednesday, etc.-- until he finally weaves his cocoon and emerges as a beautiful butterfly. This story is a hit every time. Carle's bright colors and clever die-cut artwork never cease to entertain even the youngest child, and there is surely nothing in nature closer to magic than the emergence of a butterfly. This is a beautiful and fun book that will enthrall any child.
"Love these, and much prefer them to the Alex Toy version" - By K. Wilson (Boston, MA United States)
We got a set of these dot paints and a set of the Alex Dots and Dashes Paints at the same time. The Do-A-Dots definitely win. The bottles are soft enough for my toddler (2 years old) to squeeze them, while the Alex ones are too hard and too thick for him to use as easily. Some of the Alex ones also leaked, which is kind of a train wreak even if they are washable.
My son loves to paint with these on blank paper and in the two Do-A-Dot coloring books that we have. We use them on Melissa & Doug drawing pads, which works fine, though these can soak through that paper if he really puts a lot of paint down. The Do-A-Dot books have quite thick paper that is great for paints. I imagine they'd work fine with fingerpainting paper, though we haven't tried that. I ... full review
Being an audiophile that can appreciate functional beauty, I really must say that this printer is a stunner. I often times find myself compelled to touch this printer even when not operating it (you tech freaks know what I'm talking about). C'mon, who has the cohones to place a glass lid on a multifunction printer and give it the look and feel of a high end audio component? Makes me wonder, why all the other home printers out there look like microwave ovens with a paper tray sticking out the top. The heft of this thing is impressive also. There is nothing worse than lightweight cheap jiggly plastic electronic devices. This printer will fit virtually any decor and will be difficult to recognize as a printer by most of your friends when they enter your home (my brother was shocked when he noticed that my "DVR" began to humm and ... full review
My Father is 93 years young and very hard to buy for since at his age he wants or needs nothing! So I was with him and found that his favorite things are The NY Yankees and Snickers. So what do you get him for Christmas - a case of Snickers!!
"Another hit for the Mario Kart series" - By bixodoido (Utah, USA)
Mario Kart DS is a return to the classic style of Mario Kart play (one racer per Kart, which the GameCube's Double Dash departed from) and it plays like a classic Mario Kart game. This game features plenty of modes--from Grand Prix races to multiplayer to new mission modes--and a slew of unlockables to keep you going for hours on end.
Audience: You don't need to be a racing fan. These games are great for nearly all ages and people of all skill levels, and feature varying degrees of difficulty to cater to the needs of just about anyone.
Graphics: For a handheld the graphics are great. No problems there--this game looks excellent on the DS's dual screens.
Gameplay: Despite the relatively simple concept of Mario Kart, and despite so many games in the series, each title still manages to keep the ... full review