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Is that a Dinosaur? No, it`s a Pop-Up.

Advantages: Fantastic, intricate, full of knowledge.
Disadvantages: Could be ruined by small hands.

This book is fantastic, I would urge anyone to buy it. Never mind these pop up books for young chidren, this one is completely different. It is not suitable for children under 36 months as it is so delicate, it would suit primary school children of vary ...

spottydog2 02.04.2007 · Read full review
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Review of Encyclopedia Prehistorica Dinosaurs: The Definitive Pop-Up - Robert Sabuda, Matthew Reinhart

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Eat Your Greens

Advantages: Rhyming book that helps children learn to read
Disadvantages: none

***Background*** Dr Seuss is well known because of his many books and of course The Cat In The Hat has had a revival thanks to the film of the same name. His clever nonsensical rhymes have delighted children for many years and this one was first publi ...

belfin 29.04.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Green Eggs & Ham - Dr Seuss

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Green Eggs and Ham!

Advantages: Great Dr Seuss Book
Disadvantages: None

...written countless numbers of fun books for children and this one is Green Eggs and Ham. The cover of the book is Green with a red and white stripped banner down the left hand side and a picture of a yellow and white cat holding a plate of ...

sewbizzie 22.09.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Green Eggs & Ham - Dr Seuss

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Jaws for Toddlers

Advantages: Good for rhyming; visually clever
Disadvantages: Very short

Shark in the Park by Nick Sharratt is the story of a young boy, Timothy Pope, who goes to the park with his telescope (which obviously rhymes with his name). Each time he looks through the telescope, he sees something that looks like the black fin of a sh ...

denella 08.05.2008 · Read full review
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Review of Shark in the Park - Nick Sharratt

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Shapeshifter: Finding the Fox - An excellent read

Advantages: It was very imaginative and unique, always had lots of mysteries going on.
Disadvantages: Certain characters could have been more developed.

I picked up this book in a library a while ago and I can remember thinking to myself "What a load of rubbish, a boy who turns into a fox!" and I definitely wasn't interested in reading it. At a glance, it seemed quite childish and probably wouldn't be ver ...

CaimheKnox 20.02.2009 · Read full review
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Review of Shapeshifters: Finding the Fox - Ali Sparkes

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