Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Busytown on the Go by Richard Scarry {Written by Emilee}

I love children's books especially when I get the opportunity of sitting down and reading to my children. When I was growing up, I loved reading and heading to the library for more books. My son has been privileged to have a mommy who reviews books for different companies.
 
When I saw that Barron's had a Richard Scarry book to review, I was excited because I remember reading Scarry's books and loved them. So, it was nice to show my son one of his books.
 

About:

 Richard Scarry All of the vehicles that keep Busytown moving are featured in this fun new book, from the big ship that delivers fresh bananas, to the train that takes residents where they need to go. There are also lots of construction vehicles, delivery trucks, fire engines, buses, bicycles, and more for preschoolers to learn about. Tabs at the top of each spread feature a character from the busy illustration that toddlers can try to find. (Ages 2–5)
 
In my opinion:
 
This was the perfect size book for my four year old. He loved all of the characters and moving vehicles that went around busytown. I loved how there were ten characters to get to know on each page. They had wacky names which made me smile. There were also fun pictures on each page to talk about. This book is definitely one you should have in your child's library. Plus, there are other books to choose from including Let's Count with Lowly, All the Colors of Busytown and Good morning, Busytown. My son wanted all of them! This was the perfect book for my son who loves all things that move.
 
 Disclaimer: I received one or more of the products or services for free in the hope that I would mention them on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.
 
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