The Children of Slowville Book 2: Les Enfants de Slowville Tome 2 Paperback – June 10, 2019
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- Publisher : Peacock Tree Publishing (June 10, 2019)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 42 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1916049117
- ISBN-13 : 978-1916049116
- Item Weight : 5.8 ounces
- Dimensions : 8.5 x 0.1 x 11 inches
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,636,348 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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It is a nice story about this children’s adventure when they go out for a picnic and ending up saving a sheep. Another great lesson about animals in the wild.
The illustrations are more than wonderful.
And in top, it is an English - French book, so terrific for those who learn both languages.
C-Sections are just such a bizarre and controversial (due to their overuse) topic to read about to small children.
My crooked, dismally incompetent private obstetrician John Milton Hutson at Weill Cornell New York Presbyterian dishonestly forced one on me for manufactured reasons, refusing to ripen my cervix even though he is a fellow of ACOG. I never could have seen it coming. This doctor whom I had wanted to trust I came to learn with shock and horror is dishonest, incompetent, lazy and greedy. I am not inclined to be reminded about C-Sections and I am definitely not the only one.
C Section rates have been going up along with related complications and maternal deaths even as hospitals profit and patients’ rights are in practice entirely ignored.
At least 30% of women in the US say that they are severely traumatized by their Labor and Delivery experience.
REALLY, OF ALL THE TOPICS??? C-SECTIONS???????
bilingual book, which provides the readers two interesting short stories and also encourage your kids to learn French/English.
Slowville is a perfect place for nature lovers and animal lovers. It’s a child-friendly, animal-friendly, car-free city.
This book tells short stories that happen in this awesome city called Slowville.
A Little Surprise:On a beautiful day, the children are enjoying flying their kites. Suddenly, in the nearby field, the flock of sheep get a bit too noisy… What is happening?
The Boat Ride:The children are going for a boat ride with Daddy, to the forest. But nothing happens as planned...
The watercolor illustrations are absolutely beautiful and wonderfully depict the main plot of the story. My children love this series which help them learn a new language as well as teaches how to take care of animals and nature. It also teaches them to be empathetic and kind.
For a new and better world we need to learn these characteristics ourselves & also teach these to our children. So I highly recommend this picture book for children age 6-9.
It is a bilingual book so awesome for your kids to learn French/English.
This book tells short stories that happen in this awesome city called Slowville. This imaginary city is in harmony with nature, there are animals and vegetation all over along with the city buildings, roads, etc. The short stories are adventurous, fun and teaching things about animals and their behaviors among other things.
The illustrations are quite nice and clear. Has good formatting. Everything about the book looks well.
I recommend this fun book for kids 6+.
Top reviews from other countries
As with the first book, this book contains 2 separate interesting stories, and has lovely, bright watercolour illustrations.
In the first story, the kids rescue a sheep in distress, while they are out enjoying a picnic after flying their kites. They then make an unexpected discovery!
In the second story, 3 of the kids head off for a boat ride with their Dad. Engine trouble cause them to pull in to make repairs, and while ashore they have a rather scary close encounter with wild boar.
Kids will enjoy these further 2 stories, and will find themselves learning a new language effortlessly.