Friday, April 8, 2016

Rocket-Bye by Carole P. Roman


These two kids wanted to fly into space and so they used their imagination to fly through space and past planets.  Their names are Alexander and Zachary.

This book teaches you that you can use your imagination for pretty much anything.  You can be creative with your mind.  No matter how you are creative, you can imagine anything you want.

The pictures are actually pretty cool because they help you understand what the text is saying.  They're colorful but kind of dim, kind of like if you really were in space.

There aren't a lot of words on each page.  Some of the sentences are curvy and I find it harder to read when they're curvier.

I'd recommend this for kids 4 to 6, but if you have parents that will read to you, even a baby would like this.

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