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Friday, August 12, 2011

Small, Medium, Large review

The colorful, lively characters in Small Medium Large will captivate young readers as they discover the wonderful world of relative sizes - an important stepping stone to learning early math skills. Small, Medium, Large and all their friends: Extra Large, Huge, Enormous and Teeny-weeny, Itsy bitsy, Miniscule and others join colossal in this super-sized learning adventure featuring a dynamic double gatefold that can hardly contain all the fun!

My Review:
Bright, colorful illustrations definitely captivate young readers  as they are introduced to the wonderful characters of Small Medium Large.  With minimal words children can grasp the math concept of bigger and smaller and how smaller things can add up to equal bigger things.  A great way to introduce or reinforce early math skills.  While this book is 36 pages long, it easily captures and maintains the attention of young children.

After reading this my little one, age 3, began gathering and sorting her toys, attempting to find her own versions of Enormous and miniscule.  Definitely sparks an interest!

This book will be available September 8th through Star Bright Books.

All thoughts and opinions are my own despite having received a digital copy of this book free of charge.

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