Friday, July 11, 2014

What If Grandma Didn't Have a Nose?

I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review.

What If Grandma Didn't Have A Nose? is an adorable children's story written by Annette Toenjes and illustrated by Patrick Bucoy.

This is an adorable children's rhyming book that teaches about body parts.  The book starts out with wondering what would happen if grandma didn't have a nose, would she wear her glass on her toes?  She goes on to lose other body parts such as her neck and her ears and her chine, etc.

The illustrations in the book are well done in a cartoonish style and are inspired by members of Annette's own family.

This book is cute, just long enough to have content, but not too long that my son gets bored with it.  It is a 24 page book with 4 lines of text on one page and an illustration on the next, throughout the entire book.

I give this book 5 out of 5 stars.  My son Liam absolutely loves it.  He thinks it is fun to read, and he laughs at the different parts of grandma that go missing.  It has excellent re-read value and my son wants to read it all the time.  I highly recommend it for children especially aged 2-7.  It is great for reading to your child and for beginning readers.

*As an added bonus, you do get an audio copy of the book as well with purchase.  

Click to go to the Tate Publishing site.

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