Story of Rap (The Story of) Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-09-12 
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" For fans of rap, this is a cute introduction and fun board book.For my full review, visit " said.

" Sweet illustrated board book in the history of rap. " said.

" Adorable rhyming baby board book on the history of rap. My only criticism is that the author and illustrator are not mentioned. The illustrator is listed in very tiny print on the back of the book with the copyright information, but authors and illustrators should get a prominent place somewhere on the book. " said.

"Do you have a toddlers who dances around when they hear a funky hip-hop beat? This sturdy little board book would be perfect for your home library. Little listeners will enjoy seeing their favorite hip-hop artists in this colorfully illustrated book. Here, readers will learn about the history of rap. Grandmaster Flash, Run-DMC, Snoop Dog, Missy and even a few protesters can be found. Parents will love these small sturdy books to teach eye and hand coordination, colors, shapes and the concept of a book." said.

"I’m not as familiar with rap music as I am other musical genres so I found this look into the history of rap to be quite fun. I had no idea it started in 1973 at a house party where DJs mixed up beats.

My first memory of rap music involved Run-DMC and many others during my childhood. But rap music has evolved quite a bit over the years from Snoop Dogg to Jay-Z. Rap is the story of the people and can be quite poetic and powerful.

Parents can talk about the rhyming scheme and how it is similar to rap music in how they tell a story. This is a great addition to this new series of books and will encourage a love of all kinds of music.
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" An adorably fun and creative way to introduce little readers to the world of Rap and its rich and fascinating history and impacts on the music world! " said.

"Students started working on our most recent career lesson. An introduction to different types of artists. I seen, The Story of Rap, boardwalk book illustrated by Linsey Sagaris. Not only will your children develop a love for words that rhyme, the illustrations provide room for imaginations to climb. A few timeless and unique quotes, “Soul met hip hop with a Tribe Called Quest,” “Tupac faced Biggie as a East Coast battled West,” “Now Kendrick’s staying humble and Kanye showed us Yeezus,” “Jay-Z has the flow that will never ever leave us.” Watch your children memorize sentences, with board book in hand. Listen to their vocal abilities while forming a grand slam musical band! Studies show children to have a better chance of achieving both academic and behavioral success later on when being read to. Caution: toddlers will demonstrate less bad behavior in the classroom. Let’s remind students to remove them baseball caps, when inside too. This is a very informative book, we learned a lot about the movement. Great use of word play and images." said.

" For fans of rap, this is a cute introduction and fun board book.For my full review, visit " said.

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