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Thursday, April 9, 2015
House of Marbles - Make Your Own Rainforest by Clare Beaton
Keeping a few interactive
books handy when your child or grandchild can’t go outside to play
is a much better idea than just flipping on the TV. This interactive
book is perfect because it not only teaches the youngster a little
bit about the rainforest and the creatures that live there but it
also encourages the child to use his/her imagination.
Besides a colorful and
sturdy rainforest scene that folds out and offers a backdrop, the
book comes with 21 birds, insects and animals that the child can
color, cut out and then play with.
You’ll also find some
interesting material about the rainforest and these critters plus a
glossary of terms. So if you are creating a “Rainy Day” library,
this is one book you’ll certainly want to include!