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If you’re looking for a fun counting book full of animal facts, we might have the book for you. Jump, Leap, Count Sheep! by Canadian author/illustrator Geraldo Valerio is new from Owlkids!
Let’s hear what Chirp reader, Cody, 3, thought about this book.
“My favourite part was counting. I liked counting out loud with my mom. She pointed to the animals and I did the counting. My favourite animals in the book were the owl, the seahorse and the ladybugs. I want to share this book with the kids in my daycare class.” — Cody, 3
Thanks for the review, Cody!
What’s your favourite book right now? Leave a comment below and tell us about it.
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If you’re looking for a fun book to check out this weekend, you should give I am a Unicorn by Michaela Schuett a read!
This book is all about a frog who thinks he is a unicorn. Although many other creatures keep telling him he’s wrong, Frog doesn’t want to believe it.
Will the animals end up convincing Frog that he’s wrong? You’ll have to read this book to find out!
Find I am a Unicorn in bookstores or look for it in your local library.
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If you’re looking for a great book to read, check out Milo and George by Bree Galbraith. When their family moves to a new house in a new neighbourhood, Georgie is excited but Milo is sad. Luckily he has his sister to help him explore his new surroundings, one tiny step at a time. This book is new from Owlkids and here’s what Chirp readers Nichola and Jackson thought of it:
“I liked the part when Milo and Georgie were eating ice cream. I love ice cream too. I thought it was funny when he tied string to his sister and let her explore outside, the string went everywhere. I also liked the part where the baseball team helped to find his sister, that was really nice. I didn’t like when Milo got upset about having to move. I think other kids would like this book.” – Jackson, 5
“I liked the part when Mrs. Davies fell asleep on the couch and started snoring. That was funny. I didn’t like when the boy was sad.” – Nichola, 2 1/2
For a chance to WIN a copy of Milo and George, send your first name and age to email@example.com or comment on this post.
Deadline: July 12th