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Books for Kids: My Snowman, Paul (Mom's Choice Awards Gold Medal Winner), beginner reader books, bedtime stories for kids, friendship books for kids: Snowman Paul Book Series, vol. 1 Kindle Edition
|Length: 42 pages||Age Level: 3 - 8||Grade Level: P - 2|
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The author, Yossi Lapid, has written a fun story about a little boy named Dan. One day it was snowing and Dan’s mom suggested he goout and make a snowman. Dan thought about it, and he said, well Billy thinks it is silly. Dan’s mom said he should go out because toda6 was the best kind of day to make a snowman. Out went Dan, and he made a beautiful body of a snowman, and he was starting on it’s head when he saw Billy looking at him. Dan decided to go in for a snack when he heard a voice, the snowman was talking to him. When you read this book you will discover what exciting things happen.
Adults will enjoy reading this book to their children. The children will love the snowman and will want to go out and build their own as soon as it snows. The children will be able to identify that Billy may be a bully. The illustrations by Joanna Pasek are bright, vivid and colorful. They depict the adventures of Dan and his snowman. There are lessons to be learned in this book, and that will be of interest to the children and their adults
Recommended. prisrob 11-24-17
Written in simplistic language and in a rhyming fashion, I can see parents/teachers reading it with preschool and Kindergarten children. It could even be used a learning tool for simple poems for children to learn.
When Dan was worried about what a neighbor would think of his newfound friend, I found it both heartbreaking and endearing due to the outcome. In other words, this could be a nice introduction to friendship and what others may think/say to certain friends.
The only suggestion I would make is to keep the rhyming lines together on the same page rather than separating them. Written in AA, BB, CC, etc. rhyme, it was a bit of a challenge to find a rhythm when, for example, line C would be on one page and its rhyming partner C was on the other page.
Overall, I really enjoyed this read and it warmed my heart. I would recommend this read to early readers who enjoy rhymes, and to parents/teachers to read to young children!
I would recommend this for any parent to read to their children.
(Actual rating is 3 1/2 stars, but Amazon doesn't allow that.)