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Posted March 15, 2014
"Early Bird Gets the Worm" is a wordless, picture story. The illustrations are beautiful. It a good book for children who want to try to tell the story themselves.
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Posted September 13, 2014
I'm loving this new series of wordless picture books from Meadowbrook. The illustrations are big and easy to follow. Sometimes wordless picture books don't depict a story very well and it's hard to know what's going on, but these books are great in that regard.
Early Birdy Gets the Worm is about a baby bird that goes in search of a worm to eat, but has a difficult time getting his beak on one. It's a sweet story, and my four year old loves it. She can "read" it all by herself, but we also have fun looking at it together and discussing the pictures. The artwork is warm and engaging. It tells the story well enough that my daughter can narrate it by herself, without any prompts from me.
If you have a child that likes reading but can't actually read yet, this series of wordless picture books is perfect.
Source: The publisher provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Posted May 14, 2014
A recipient of the Mom's Choice Awards!
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Posted April 6, 2014
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