Tuesday, 18 June 2013

No! by Tracey Corderoy and Tim Warnes (Children's, Picture book, 10/10E)

July 2013, Little Tiger Press, 32 pages, Paperback, Review copy
Themes: toddler life, , learning and abusing new words, learning what is appropriate, the result of misbehaving, feeling left out and unhappy,

Content: constant humour

Summary from Little Tiger Press
Archie was adorable. Everybody said so. Until one day he learned a new word… "No!"
Archie says "No!" at mealtimes, bath times, and every single bedtime... A hilarious tale that's perfect for parents whose toddler may be over-using the word "No!" and finding themselves suddenly tackling tantrums

Nayuleska's thoughts 
As someone without children, I find it amusing at how often the cute Archie says no, and how others both look at and react to him. I guess it is the best way for him to learn what it truly means to say no.

Suggested read
For a book about fairness check out It's Not Fairy by Ros Asquith (Children's, Picture book, 9/10) 

1 comment:

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so cute! finally find out some great books that can share with my girls! thanks!