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If You Have A Hat: A Silly Rhyming Picture Book for Kids Kindle Edition
|Length: 38 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
|Page Flip: Enabled||Age Level: 3 - 5||Grade Level: P - 1|
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I am in my 70's and I liked it very much and recommend it very highly.
The cute, colorful pictures are great even for children that can't yet read - they can guess the rhyme from the picture, as well as try to find the bird in each picture. The easy to read rhymes are great for new readers. The "story" itself is cute and kept my daughter hooked. This book also has much better formatting than any other illustrated children's Kindle book I have seen.
If you have young kids, buy this book now!
The author, Gerald Hawksley, has written a fun book for young children. I remember when my two year olds would ask questions, and I would try to answer the best I could. In this book ,many questions are asked, and the questions are all answered. However, these answers are super. All the questions and answers are done in rhyme. What a fun time for all.
Parents/teachers will enjoy reading this book to their children. The questions and answers are so much fun, the children may laugh and squeal, as will their adults. Some of the answers are so silly, like:
'If you have a bed bug. You put him in a bed'. Everyone knows you don't want bedbugs in your bed. The illustrations are bright, vivid and beautiful, and they depict each question and answer. A fun book for the entire family.
Recommended. prisrob 02-22-16
If You Have a Hat sounds like a Lyle Lovett song title, but it's really a young children's book of fun nonsense. I like children's books to try and offer some educational content if possible, but that doesn't mean there can't be room in your collection for those which are purely crazy, of course. Besides, what is there to do with a smile if you don't put it on your face? It's wasted! Now that's educational!
From the author who brought you Spot the Duck and Don't Juggle Bees neither of which I've read, but both of which seem eminently sensible titles, comes this lengthy (for a children's book) collection of colorful drawings and ridiculous rhymes. It begins, "If you have a hat, put it on your head. If you have a bedbug, tuck him up in bed." I'm frankly not entirely convinced of the wisdom of that latter idea, but definitely hats are in order if you live under a sweltering sun. It would have been nice if the bed bug had been gender neutral, as indeed their choice of victim is, but it's a minor issue in a full book of fun - minor as long as you're aware it's an issue.
You can't argue with the good advice to help seeds grow into flowers, and to build towers with bricks. Who doesn't want to build a tower when faced with a pile of Lego bricks? I mean, come on, they're asking for it! We get boats and Band-Aids, cameras and chickadees (okay so maybe it wasn't. Leave my alliteration alone!), music and hippos. This author seems very fond of hippos, by and large. Especially large. But at least they're clean hippos.
No one can argue that music requires dancing. Even if you're laying in bed listening to this story you can dance with your fingertips or try to dance your tongue on the end of your nose, right?Read more ›
It's a fun book with a bit of learning for youngsters.
Teachers can use this book in the classroom to help with rhyming,can be used in paired reading, and independent reading.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My son who is 4, enjoys the simple rhymes. The illustrations are cute. I give it 4/5 because i don't give a 5 star unless the book is phenomenal. This is simple and cute for kids.Published 11 days ago by guitar girl
Great book to read to toddlers! They will love the pictures and will eventually begin to recognize the words to the pictures.Published 16 days ago by K. Wilkerson
This is a cute simple book which is perfect when trying to help a child learn to read. I read it to my grandchild and then he read it to mePublished 1 month ago by Kristine Hammond
The narrative is brief; the pictures are colorful; the objects are identifiable. My granddaughter enjoys it so much that we will purchase more by this author.Published 1 month ago by Gwen M.
Definitely not the best book. It was very simple, which is fine, but it didn't flow or connect at all. Very random.Published 1 month ago by Deanna
Silly book is good for kids. Great little book for writing and continuing for simple story Illustrations match and work together.Published 1 month ago by ducky
It's ok for a young child. It's a bit too young for my 6 year old grandson.Published 3 months ago by Paperpusher
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