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Thursday, August 8, 2013

Have You Seen My Shoe? Review

 Children's Book: Have You Seen My Shoe?

About The Book:
 Jason woke up in the morning with excitement. Today was his first day in kindergarten. He waited a long time for this day and it finally arrived. He took off his pajamas and started to dress: he put on his shirt, put on his pants, put on the right shoe and... Wait a minute! Where did the other shoe go? He looked for the shoe all over the room: under the bed, behind the curtain, on the bookshelf and even inside the cat's basket ... but he couldn't find it anywhere. As he didn't want to be late to kindergarten, he decided to go look for it outside ... Who knows where this shoe could be...
My Review:
Feet in sneakers in green grass - stock photoJason wakes up on his first day of kindergarten to find, his shoe is missing. Jason looks every where around his house, still the shoe is not able to be found. So Jason heads out to the grocery store, to ask the grocer if he's seen it. But the grocer hasn't seen it and sends him to the vegetable-stand down the street. Jason travels from place to place, not finding his shoe. But he's finds it in the most interesting place ever.
This book teaches us about how important it is to keep up with our possessions. It also included the many things you would find in different places.
I read this book to one of my little brothers and he found it quite enjoyable. He and I both enjoyed the colorful illustrations. Each one helping bring this book into a better prospective.
About The Author: (From The Author)
Image of Sarit GilorMy name is Sarit Gilor. I'm the author of several highly imaginative children's books including Nellie's Magic Glasses and The Merry Adventures of Charlie the Choo-Choo, and I promised there would be many more to come. I believe in inspiring creativity, communication, curiosity and imagination in children through reading. In fact, evidence suggests that children who read for enjoyment every day are more likely to do well at school, develop a broader vocabulary and increase general knowledge than those who don't. I have a lot of fun creating stories that entertain my young readers and hopefully teach them important everyday lessons in a fun and easy to understand manner.

  Disclosure: This book was given to me for free by the Author for my honest review.

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