- File Size: 5706 KB
- Print Length: 38 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: KidKiddos Books Ltd.; 2 edition (August 3, 2014)
- Publication Date: August 3, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00ME04N70
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,778 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I LOVE TO KEEP MY ROOM CLEAN (I Love to...Bedtime stories children's books collection Book 5) Kindle Edition
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- Great book with great values and morals
- Colorful pictures that explain well what is going on during that point in the story
- Had a great story!
- Family friendly without any hidden agenda or subtle adult clues that only older individuals would understands
- Some misuse of grammar
- Some of the pages are really long and might not be enjoyable to read as a picture book, would take forever to read aloud to kids!
- The title could be a little better, kids might not enjoy reading a book about keeping a room clean. A good title name might have been "A better way to play with my family" or something along those lines.
I did enjoy the book and it only took me about 2 minutes to read the whole thing in my head. When I tried to read it out loud to kids it took about 20 minutes and I was finding myself short on breath. I really liked how this book attempted to teach kids a good habit in a book friendly way! This book actually makes me think about my own life and how I should clean as I go to reduce the amount of cleaning I would have to do in one time. In the future I will teach my children to clean as they go so they can live more productive and organized lives. Thank you again for reading my review, I hope it helped!!
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The story involves three bunnies who ask to sleep in on a Saturday morning. Their mother agrees but asks that they take care of all their chores while she is gone - and in reward she will make a special dessert after which time they may play IF they promise to clean their room. The bunnies agree, have breakfast their Dad fixes, and then start to play with all their toys, finally going outside to play. Missing their basket ball, the youngest bunny Jimmy remembers it is under his bed, but when he enters his room there is such a mess that he falls on his toy train and breaks it and Jimmy cries. Their Dad fixes the train while the boys pick up the mess in the room and Jimmy finds the basketball. Yet when they start to play again they fear they will mess up the room and have to start all over. BUT the oldest brother has a plan - clean up after each game to save time in the end. It works and when their mother comes home they are happy and decide not to eat their cookie treats in their room, as it will mess it up again. They have their fun and cookies in the kitchen.
The story is fun, the illustrations are excellent and the lesson learned is solid. A fine addition to the `enjoy and learn' group of books available. Be sure to catch Shelly Admont's other books that have the same goal. Grady Harp, August 14
We don't really know many kids who actually like to clean their rooms.
We did like the story, and the illustrations were nice. The story is about three bunnies who were playing in their bedroom with their toys. They get bored and want to go outside, even though their mom told them to clean up before she gets home. They figure they'll have enough time to clean, so they go outside to play. When the one bunny went back to the bedroom to look for a ball, the story suggests he couldn't believe his eyes with how messy the room was. This was funny to me because most kids don't really care about the mess and don't even notice the mess. After the toy train is broken because the room is so messy that the bunny trips and breaks the train, the bunnies clean up the mess. They make a game of cleaning up, which is a nice way to teach children to make a game of it, but it is unlikely kids would do so without adult encouragement. Then when the toys are all cleaned up, the bunnies don't want to play anymore because they don't want to make another mess to clean up again. I had to laugh again because It is unlikely kids would not want to play just because they don't want to clean up. The bunnies decide that they will play, but only play with one thing at a time and put it away before getting another toy out to play with. Nice idea, but again, it is unlikely children will think of this on their own without adult supervision and encouragement.
Overall, there are great lessons for children to learn in cleaning up their rooms. However, the way the story is presented, I'm wondering if children will want to re read the story again to reinforce those lessons. I believe it would still take a lot of encouragement from adults for the lessons to really be learned from this book. Perhaps if the title were different, and the story focused on the broken toy and the importance of keeping a clean room to prevent broken toys. Maybe that would have been a better presentation for kids to understand and carry over into their everyday lives as they play.
Jessica D. Adams, Author of The Underground Toy Society