BOOK REPORT

I am so excited for my new post series, “Book Report”! I could go on and on about how much I love Usborne Books & More and why I think they are the best books (and they are), but I sell them and I am an adult. So I have asked a few Usborne Book lovin’ kids to “review” a book! So much better, right?

I asked the kids to read the book (obviously) then fill out a form (or the parent would do it) that was full of questions including what your name would be if you were a character in a book.  See fun, right? The questions are straight forward and pretty simple to answer for kids of all ages! This is supposed to be a fun exercise after all! Parents are loving it because they get to hear some AWESOME answers and hello, reading comprehension! Fun and educational, just like our books!

So now without further ado, I am pleased to introduce you to Snake, she is a 4 year old little lady, who loves silly books, learning to read and swimming. She has fallen in love with “Bug in a Rug” one of our Phonic books (more details about them at the bottom)

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Snake is snuggled up reading the book!

 

QUESTION:  Did you like this book?

ANSWER: Yes. It’s my favorite!

QUESTION: Pick a Word that describes this book.

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ANSWER: FUNNY! 
Snake goes on to tell us a little more about the book, if she could describe the book in one sentence she would say, “snug as a bug in a rug”.  “Bug in a Rug” has two characters, Bug & Slug and Bug was going to go work for Slug so he needed sleep. Snake’s favorite part of the book was when Bug falls asleep in the rug (what silliness?)!
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The one this that Snake learned from the book is that sleep is important!  (Truer words have never been spoken)

Thank you Snake! We appreciate you taking the time to tell us a little bit more about a “Bug in a Rug”!

Here is just a little bit more information about Usborne’s phonic books (yup, there are more just like this)!  This is a fun story with amazing illustrations to keep young readers engaged! It can also be enjoyed by children who are beginning to read for themselves. The simple rhyming text helps to develop essential language and early reading skills, and there are guidance notes for parents at the back of the book. WOO HOO!
If you or your child LOVES Usborne books and would like to do a “Book Report” for me, check out this form!

Disclaimer: All participants in the “book report” did it because they love Usborne Books. They were not paid, but were rewarded with a special gift from me as a thank you!

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