We all know that too many choices can be overwhelming. But the funny rhymes and illustrations in Dynomike: Happy Shoes show kids-and parents alike-that less can be more, and letting go of the stuff can mean more happiness for all.
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.12(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 8 Years|
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So, while, his rap career was dragging with monotony, he enters, yet another, freestyle rap battle at B.B. Kings in New York City-which ended being his last rap battle after being defeated by an 8 year old second grader in the first round-his name was Dynomike!
"The lyrical niceness, my rhymes so tight I give nightmares to vice grips! This mic is five bucks, this night is five bucks, and Dynomike is - is priceless!" That was only one of the sixteen bars he dropped on Frankie B. Rabbit.
"That kid has some serious lyrics. I was in awe to see someone, especially at his age, have so much passion for something. I said to myself, this kid just gets it. . ." Frankie B. Rabbit's defeat was more of an enlightenment. This moment, he decided to partner with the young rap phenomena and do something that would be fun, and more importantly make a difference-that's when Frankie B. Rabbit's children's book career began; his defeat against 8 year old Dynomike, was his inspiration to write a series of children's books--to do something that matters
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
In this wonderful new rhyming children’s story from Amazon Best Selling author Frankie B. Rabbit, we join everyone’s favorite dinosaur Dynomike on another fun, yet educational adventure. Poor Dynomike has a real problem, and he doesn’t know what to do! He has too many shoes, and can’t decide which ones to wear. Sadly he realises that he will never get out of the house, unless he can choose a pair, but which ones? You see, there are all sorts, some are new, and others are old, all different colours, and styles, a pair for every occasion. He is spoilt for choice. What should he do? So he thinks hard to try and find a solution, then he realises that there is one great answer which will not only help others, but will make him happy too. You will have to read this lovely book to see what Dynomike will do! I did just that, and read this book to my grandsons who are five and seven, and I found it a very good way to explain that helping others can be really good, not only for the people who receive, but also for those who give. I especially loved the way that it conveyed the very important message, that it is not necessary to have lots of the same things, and sometimes less is more. The book, with the engaging character of Dynomike is very easy to read in its rhyming format, and is beautifully illustrated.