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Bouncy the Smart Ball 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Deaundra More than 1 year ago
My daughter just finished reading "Bouncy the Smart ball". She says she loves how Bouncy helps the kids in the book and she likes the pictures. My daughter is in the fourth grade and she read the book with ease,however, she did have four words that she had to sound out. A child sounding out words that they haven't came across before is a great technique for children and adults to use. Thats what this technique is used for.When she turn the last page of the book, she said, "Aww man, bummer", she wanted more of Bouncy. She can't wait for Bouncy's next adventure. I will buy the next installments of Bouncy the smartball for my daughter, if the authors comes out with more. In addition, I love the learning aspect that the book offers. I was able to ask her which words was a noun before Bouncy said it on the next page. I love the book as a parent and my daughter loves it as a child. We Highly recommend this book for children and parents.
VNELROB More than 1 year ago
When I received my Boucy The Smart Ball book. I immediately begin to read it to my grandkids ages 15, 10 and 5 years old. They really enjoyed the book and so did I. It was very educational for them as well as me! I think that it's a great thing to read and learn at the same time. Because that's exactly what Bouncy The Smart Ball does. We're so happy with this book and looking for more books from Bouncy The Smart Ball.I'm a grandmother and it reminds me of the my youthful days! Keep Bouncy The Smart Ball Coming!
_Bina More than 1 year ago
Bouncy the Smart Ball is a great book for young adults. The story is about a red ball that can talk. The children who discover that the ball can talk decide to name it Bouncy the Smart Ball because it bounces and it can help the children answer questions and their homework. Overall the concept is a good one and I haven’t read any young adult books in a while but it seemed like the words and language might elude its intended audience. I liked that the author attempts to teach as well as entertain with the book.