11/07/2013

Annabella Giggles All Day Kid's Book Review


My son and I were given the opportunity to read and review another Kindle book from Dr. Nev. This book is called Annabella Giggles All Day.

As I've said before, my 5 year old loves to read books. He literally reads stacks of books throughout the day, every single day. Yes, he can actually read better than most kids his age and older. :) I have been trying to build up my Kindle book collection with some fun books for him to read when we're out and about. He really does love reading books on my Kindle app.

A Bit About the Book

It is aimed toward a young audience- particularly younger elementary aged children (6 and under). It is very colorful, and yes, creative and fun for young readers. I think that it should be an easy read for most young readers/beginners.

Did my son like it?

He says that he did like it. However, I don't believe that he loved it because after he read it twice he didn't ask for it again. Usually when he really likes a book he will read it over and over and over again. 

It was very easy for him to read on his own, but I don't think that the plot has much structure to it, not toward the end at least--not that many young readers would probably mind if it does or does not. The way some of the pages are worded might be slightly confusing. Don't get me wrong, like I said the words are pretty easy in my opinion, but it's the way some of the sentences are worded that might be confusing. 

Furthermore, I also think that more little girls might be interested in it than little boys because the book is mainly focused on two young girls. Some little boys might still enjoy reading it anyway.

Do I recommend this book?

Yes, I actually do, and this is why:

I believe that it is important for kids to read all kinds of different books. Reading is very important and I think it's good to have variety so kids don't get bored. 

Many young readers might also really like the cute illustrations and characters in this book. I think that this book is supposed to help teach children that they shouldn't laugh at/ make fun of their friends and make them feel bad. Honestly, I'm not sure how effective the book is, but some kids just might understand the message that is trying to be conveyed.

 
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.