- File Size: 837 KB
- Print Length: 16 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 5, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B006UKNI80
- Text-to-Speech: Not enabled
- Word Wise: Not Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #252,835 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
I Love You Best: A Book To Read Together (Rhyming Books For Children) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
I picked up I Love You Best because it was a free daily deal on Amazon. While I found it enjoyable, it’s not too remarkable. There’s nothing technically wrong with it, but it lacks a wow factor for me.
I Love You Best highlights different animals and what they love, whether it’s their habitat, fellow animals, foods, or more. It is definitely a shorter read, but not so short that it’s over before you’re able to get into it. Considering the content and structure, I found it to be well-done. I enjoyed the ability to have peripheral conversations about the content of this story. Since it discusses various animal homes or environments and different animal-related terms (e.g. foal, cud), it was natural to stop and ask whether my reader knew what certain words meant if she didn’t ask me herself.
The illustrations are computer animated, but bright and colorful; they strike a balance between simplicity and detail. The illustrations also feature different drawing styles, so the variety there is unusual and refreshing. Some are more detailed than others, which I think lends well to the different animals on each page.
This would be a great book for a new reader. The sentences are simple, but feature a wide enough array of words that there’s still a challenge. There is also a rhyme scheme for each set of pages, so even if you have a new reader encountering unfamiliar words, there is a good chance they can use content clues to figure out the pronunciation.
The author started with the known (dog and then cat) and moved to animals less common. I thought this was a great idea because children feel most comfortable with that which is familiar. Then they are ready to venture out to things that are new.
The book is 14 pages long. The colorful illustrations are very well done and are of the same style/design from page to page. It was formatted perfectly on my Kindle Fire with each page filling the screen.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My 4 year old Grandson liked reading this book with me. His Nana. We had a good time reading it together.Published 11 months ago by Stephanie Evans
My 6 year old kindergarten aged son read this book to me and he was very happy with the story!Published 14 months ago by munchkin's mommy
Nice simple rhyme; cute illustrations; fun to read. Most importantly, the little one in our lives loves it!Published 17 months ago by Sheepish Animator
Fun to make voices and sounds to go along with pictures. Good for anyone under 2 to acclimate themselves with animals, rhymes and phonetic sounds.Published 21 months ago by AvidReader1
My 4 year old has memorized this book and reads it everyday. It's her absolute favorite, she reads it to everyonePublished 21 months ago by katherine Waller
No just no
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It was cute but I just don't love it
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Sweet story with really cute pictures. My three year old and I both enjoyed it. Great book for little ones.Published 23 months ago by WistfulDreamer
It is a nice book with nice pictures that keep my little one entertained. I like her books and will consider purchasing more from her. They are age appropriate which works for us.Published on July 1, 2014 by I. Garcia