What child doesn’t love rhyming tales? I think the art is delightful with more of the same inside.
I believe that children should be able to hold their first books in their hands to flip the pages and marvel at the illustrations as they absorb the words slowly and fully. It is amazing to watch a young toddler with a touch screen. To witness the facility and the speed with which they master this technology so prominent in their future. But, I know from my own use of an E-reader, that it is tempting to speed through the screens and glance rather than absorb the contents.
So I am delighted to have been asked to review a hardback children’s book by Giles Paley-Phillips who I first interviewed in my home town of Portsmouth. He has six wonderful books available that can be held and enjoyed by children of all ages, and his own young family are extremely lucky to get bedtime stories first hand.
About the book.
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