|He's three. He likes to dress himself and he thinks he is COOL!|
Roly-Poly Egg is the story of Splotch, a small red bird who laid a perfect spotted egg. In her excitement, Splotch bumped the egg off the branch. The egg rolled down a giraffe's back and into the meadow with the zebras. The roly-poly egg was saved from the mouth of a crocodile by Emma Elephant. The monkeys passed the egg safely back to Splotch. But then, Splotch's egg hatched into a perfect spotted baby!
Roly-Poly egg has gorgeously bright illustrations. The illustrations are interactive. A gray dotted line traces the adventures of the roly-poly egg as it moves through the book. Logan and I loved the interactive aspect of the book. It's nice to have a print book which invites a similar amount of interactivity that an e-book would offer. As a reading specialist, I enjoyed the movement of the egg. On each page, the egg move either top of the page to bottom of the page or left page to right page. What a fun way to begin introducing those important concepts about print as you share this book with your child.
Since I won this book, it was a gift from the publisher and I was not required to post a review about it. However, this is one of our fave picks for our three year old so I thought I'd recommend it to parents of preschoolers.(If you click on the link and buy from amazon, I could receive a small fee as an Amazon Associate) Thank you to Tiger Tales for sending us this free book and for including a bonus book
My Mom has X-ray vision.
Do you have a favorite interactive book?We'll be exploring more interactive books this week so come check them out!
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