Max's Moving Adventure Coloring and Activities Book: A Coloring Book for Kids on the Move Paperback – February 28, 2006
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Max's Moving Adventure is appealing to this parent. Unlike the traditional coloring book, this book has a quality soft back binding, a colorful glossy cover and a decently weighted paper. The illustrations were fun to look at and had enough detail to make coloring fun.
I must admit I'm not a big fan of coloring books because they seem to deter creativity, but this story made me think of a children's picture book. It had a message that most parents and children could relate to. Danelle Till covers all the emotions of a child moving. My favorite page is the cave family, who invents the wheel so they can move to a new cave. Excellent imagination. The activities are added entertainment.
But really the opinion of a parent only goes so far. What did Ella think of Max's Moving Adventure? After pouring over the book, Ella asked me if she could keep the book because she wanted to work the puzzles. She also wanted to know when we were moving. The book so appealed to her. She loved the idea of coloring in a picture book, usually a forbidden delight. So, there you go. I give this book a high mark based on the reaction of an expert, seven year old Ella Hite. Buy this for your kids. They'll love it.
She blends the wisdom of an adult with the heart and mind of a child..
When children are very young, 'education' is the most important thing in their lives..all they want to do is to 'learn'...This will be one of the most 'fun' lessons they will ever experience..
This book is most certainly a 'fear eliminator'...I cannot recommend this wonderful work strongly enough...Bless her for writing it..
The children will love the clever illustrations..Both the writer and the artist talk 'with' the child...Jack Schlatter