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My Name Is Patty smith and I am very excited to introduce my first unique children's book, “The Children's Hour.” This cross-cultural book has over thirty-two exciting and bright colorful images, helping to aid children with special needs, with easy reading. “The Children’s Hour,” will indeed capture the minds and attention of all of your children, allowing every child to My Name Is Patty smith and I am very excited to introduce my first unique children's book, “The Children's Hour.” This cross-cultural book has over thirty-two exciting and bright colorful images, helping to aid children with special needs, with easy reading. “The Children’s Hour,” will indeed capture the minds and attention of all of your children, allowing every child to feel a part of the story. “The Children's Hour" features three spectacular stories, Oh Rain-Rain If You Go Away, The Wheel of Colors, and Learn To The Silly Little Riddles. “The Children's Hour” not only enhances academic learning with language skills, rhyming skills, and color association, but also opens the window for your educators to discuss key agricultural concepts such as the need for water for life. What if the rain really did go away? I highly recommend this unique book, “The Children’s Hour,” for young readers, three years to young adult. I think my book would be a wonderful addition to your school, library and classrooms and will captivate your children's attention with these very unique, colorful stories


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My Name Is Patty smith and I am very excited to introduce my first unique children's book, “The Children's Hour.” This cross-cultural book has over thirty-two exciting and bright colorful images, helping to aid children with special needs, with easy reading. “The Children’s Hour,” will indeed capture the minds and attention of all of your children, allowing every child to My Name Is Patty smith and I am very excited to introduce my first unique children's book, “The Children's Hour.” This cross-cultural book has over thirty-two exciting and bright colorful images, helping to aid children with special needs, with easy reading. “The Children’s Hour,” will indeed capture the minds and attention of all of your children, allowing every child to feel a part of the story. “The Children's Hour" features three spectacular stories, Oh Rain-Rain If You Go Away, The Wheel of Colors, and Learn To The Silly Little Riddles. “The Children's Hour” not only enhances academic learning with language skills, rhyming skills, and color association, but also opens the window for your educators to discuss key agricultural concepts such as the need for water for life. What if the rain really did go away? I highly recommend this unique book, “The Children’s Hour,” for young readers, three years to young adult. I think my book would be a wonderful addition to your school, library and classrooms and will captivate your children's attention with these very unique, colorful stories

39 review for The Children's Hour

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tami

    I haven't received my copy yet, just received notice I had won. 4/10/14 Received my copy and hope to start soon. Have 7 others plus my current read in front. 4/18/14 Started and finished 5/3/14 Three stories with rhyming and colorful pictures to capture the imaginations of young children. I totally agree on the artistry of the pictures. They were brilliant colors and fun pictures. I was a little confused on some of the rhyming and story lines. Some seemed a bit off but I am not exactly sure how. An I haven't received my copy yet, just received notice I had won. 4/10/14 Received my copy and hope to start soon. Have 7 others plus my current read in front. 4/18/14 Started and finished 5/3/14 Three stories with rhyming and colorful pictures to capture the imaginations of young children. I totally agree on the artistry of the pictures. They were brilliant colors and fun pictures. I was a little confused on some of the rhyming and story lines. Some seemed a bit off but I am not exactly sure how. Anyways, my little niece that is learning to read will love it! ***Amended 5/7/14**** Quotes from my 6 year old niece and 9 year old nephew when they read this last night. 6 year old "this doesn't make sense" 9 year old "they need to use some commas or periods and then maybe it would" so I guess it confuses kids as much as it did me.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Piret

    I won the book from goodreads giveaway. The illustrations are very pretty and it's easy to read, good for any little kid. I won the book from goodreads giveaway. The illustrations are very pretty and it's easy to read, good for any little kid.

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