If You Find A Monkey - A Rhyming Book for Children (Rhyming for Children 1) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2017-05-30 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 8 user ratings

"This book is similar to the author's book If You Have a Dog - A Silly Rhyming Picture Book (Animal Rhyming) In this book, the words began with "If you find a ______" (monkey, cheese, ticket, book, kite, boot, peanuts, hat, penny, grannie, birdie, rubber, apple, jellyroll), then "______" (the activity follows in the verse.) For example, the first sentence is "If you find a monkey, show him your house." The next sentence is "If you find some cheese, give it to your mouse." As in the other book, the author provided reading recommendations for parents.

The formatting of the book was perfect across all devices.

As I wrote on the other similar book also written by this author "the book was just OK, and the illustrations were just OK, so I am providing a 3 rating; others may disagree. As a grandma, I have been looking at a lot of children's books and reading them to my little ones. Since I was able to download this book for free, I will read it once to my grandchild(ren) and will then decide whether or not to keep it based on their response."
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"i purchased this book for my little monkey. she lovs it and i love the reading time we spend together. thanks" said.

"This rhyming book is fun for younger children and interesting for older none-native English speaking children to learn the language." said.

"My daughter loved this book and its the first book she has tried to read all by herself. I believe this book will be ideal for a 5-6 year old who is learning to read. She felt so proud reading it to her grandparents and so did I. My young son who is 3 also loved listening. Highly recommended!" said.

"My son thought this story was so funny he couldn't stop laughing and smiling and it was very easy for him to read" said.

"I loved this book it is a perfect book for my son! I would tell everyone about it. I'm Love'n it" said.

"Its repetitive nature "if you see a...." is engaging for children. Its fun and silly. Short enough to keep the young ones engage." said.

"This book is all about finding things and what to do with them.
Monkey * Cheese * Ticket * Book * Kite * Boot * Peanuts * Hat * Penny * Granny * Birdie * Rubber * Apple * Jelly Roll

It is quite sweet for younger children BUT desperately needs editing for punctuation. All the sentences start with "if" instead of "If", there is only one period/full stop in the entire book and that is not at the end. There are also two exclamation marks which are fine. No matter the age of the child, they need to be reading books that are well written so that they learn from the beginning how to write correctly. Getting children to start sentences with upper case letters is hard at the best of times so they do not need to be reading books that show them the wrong way.

Sorry but won't be keeping this one in our library.
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