My preschool storytime loved this book! It took them a few pages to warm up to it, but once the _eetle jumped on the _ed, they were into it.
Hooray for silliness infused learning. My only qualm with this book. The picture of the beetle looks more like a Ladybug.
Wonderful! I love how the reader and the listener will interact with each other, and the book. The story is also cute. The colors are bright, and the actual pictures large and centered with space around, making this a good book to show to a larger group and everyone will be able to see.
Reading this aloud is a bit of a tongue twister-you want to add in the missing letter, and read with a steady flow, but you have to stop and actually think about each word. It isn't difficult, and kinda fun once you get going. A great book to share with preschoolers to elementary school and maybe beyond.
Fun for parents to read and great for kids to listen. My kids were cracking up.
Great fun as long as the child is old enough to appreciate the silliness of words missing letters. My three year old didn't quite "get" it the first time we read it, but he had a lot of fun the second time through.
This is definitely a "read out loud" book, and it requires the reader to be expressive and interact with the child they're reading to.
A must read for fans of BJ Novak's 'The Book With No Pictures.'
With the popularity of "The book with no pictures" and "Press Here" interactive books are all the rage with the young picture book set, "Did you take the B from my _ook?" is one of the more clever and fun of the genre. It also helps with early learning skills, sure it's centered around the letter B or rather the lack of the letter B. " I love my _ed . It's the _est _ed in the whole world. - My What? Yeah that's what I said. Am I saying it wrong? with a simple drawing of a bed. It is a great resource for sound awareness and associating sound with letters. It also introduces early reading skills "b+ed=bed", as well as context clues. If you check this book out read it a few time alone, because as with the books above this book is better if rehearsed and performed. GREAT for Storytime.
AndLib1 thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 4 and 7
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