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One Big Turkey Board book – August 9, 2016
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About the Author
Anne Vittur Kennedy loves the quiet space of her studio and lives in Ohio with her husband, Jack; her dog, Brody; and her horses, Sitka and Frisco.
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Kennedy is a cute board book that kids will love reading as well as counting along. Autumn will be here before we know and so will Thanksgiving, which will be the perfect time to introduce the kids to this book.
I really like that while reading the book kids can count along or search for the things from the text in the picture. The text has a nice rhythm to it which my daughter loves listening to, she even tries to read along, she will be 3 soon, as there are no hard texts she can read a few words and with help from me or my husband she can read the full book.
The illustration is really cute and full of cute animals which really catches my daughter's attention.
The text talks about the various kind of foods and relates them to different animals meal and at the end it thanks God for all the blessings we have in our life.
The illustration is full of fall colors, pretty and appropriate for the Thanksgiving time. The boards are thick and do not easily bend, there are no shape edges and the book has a nice curve shape which is another reason my daughter liked it very much.
I have already read the book about 20 times to my daughter and she still likes listening to the rhymic text before she goes to bed.
DISCLAIMER: I received a copy from the publishers in return for my honest and unbiased review. I received no other compensation for my review and was not required or bound to provide my review or any specific rating. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising
who are preschooled age will enjoy counting the various food and animals throughout the book. I like how each page includes the numerical number of animals as well as spelling out each number so that the children can relate the two. It is even a great book for those who are learning to read - with simple and short sentences.
My favorite part about this book is the pictures. Each illustration shows characters full of such joy and contentment. The colors are vivid and the illustrations are unique. I enjoy really taking in each page.
I received this book through [...]. It is a real treat for me and my family to be able to enjoy such a delightful book. Thank you!
One Big Turkey is one of the few children’s Christian books that I have read that doesn’t have any forced (awkward) rhymes. Each rhyming page actually makes sense and flows with the story. The illustrations are realistic and beautiful. At the end of the book, you will remind your child to give thanks to God, which is certainly the most important part of the story.
I wave given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
<b>Thanks to our God,
we pray before we rest.
Food, friends, and family-
goodness, we are blessed!</b>
One Big Turkey is a fully hard board book. The shape of the book, on the right hand side is the shape of a turkeys feathers. Too cute.
The front also has a textured feel to it.
I was sent this book in exchange for my honest review
If you’re looking for a vibrant, colorful, happy book about Fall, this is the book for you. The cardboard pages, cut out in the shape of a turkey, are sure to grab kids’ attention.
Not only is this a storybook, it’s also a counting book. One page one the reader is introduced to one turkey and one squirrel. One page two, two hungry deer come out to play. On page three, three little mice enjoy some berries, and on it goes until page 10.
The turkey and squirrel appear throughout the book as an engaging seek-and-find for kids. The words on the pages rhyme, creating a musical story for children to easily grasp and enjoy. The end of the story closes with a bedtime prayer.
This book is most appropriate for kids ages 0-4. The message is clear, and the illustrations are engaging.
I recommend this book to others.
The publisher has provided me with a complimentary copy of this book through BookSneeze®. I was not required to write a positive review.