Monday, February 21, 2011

Children's Book Review: Peas and Bananas: Outside with Lil Boo

Media Type: Print Book
Title: Peas and Bananas - Outside with Lil Boo
Author: Daddy Bookins
Publisher: Booklocker
Pages: Paperback; 32
Release Date: Not disclosed.
Source: Author
Recommended to: Parents look for charming alphabet books to read with their little ones.

Difficulty Level: Entry level readers will do great with this book. The rhyme helps with learning repetition and there are so many fun words to say.

Add it on: Goodreads / B&N

Experience a creative journey through the curious eyes of a little boy playing outside. Follow Lil Boo and his imaginary friend, Onote, from the letters A to Z in a fascinating rhyming adventure.

Lil Boo and his imaginary friend Onote, who is an adorable elephant, take a journey outside and find things that start with all the letters of the alphabet. The words are silly and fun, and the rhyming aspect of it makes it an excellent book for young children! Beware, tongue twisters abound! It makes it really enjoyable to read. I especially liked how there were many new words, foods and items introduced to the children as they read.

We all know that the illustrations are what make a really superb picture book. In this case the illustrator knew exactly what they were doing! The pictures are colorful, fun and filled with action. They have the look of pictures that may have been drawn by a child. Even as an adult, these illustrations drew me in. A must own for any parent with emerging readers who love picture books!

Rating: 5 Keys to My Heart

FTC Disclosure: I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion.


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