Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Drinking Animals - Children's Ebook Review

 All three of my kids love to read and be read to, I recently was given a new Ebook to review. "Drinking Animals" by Dan Jackson is a wonderful educational book made for children of preschool age. While this book says it is for preschool children every child who enjoys being read to or even enjoys animals will find joy in this book.


"Drinking Animals" has beautiful real life pictures of animals of all kinds drinking water. Along with the pictures Jackson gives you some interesting facts about the animals and their water needs as well as abilities. I am 30 years old and I learned quite a bit from reading this book to my kids.

  

Part of me wishes this could be purchased in a print version, simply because while my feet are getting wet with the whole Ebook age, I still personally prefer print copies of books. There is just something about holding the paper pages in between your fingers and nothing beats the smell of a new book right off the shelf!

With all that being said, that is my personal opinion and my toddler would disagree full heartedly with me. Sopheria absolutely love the Ebook version of books. I think it's because she can take them anywhere with her, my android phone, her dad's apple phone, or our Samsung tablet, as long as you have the Kindle app you can take this book everywhere. Ebooks are also relatively cheaper than print books, mostly in part because there are hardly any costs to publishing an Ebook. This makes it nice because my normal $30 book allowance can now almost double the amount of  books I get if I get Ebooks.

  

Well, that's enough about my Ebook VS. Print book speech. Haha back to the matter at hand, this awesome and entertaining Ebook "Drinking Animals." Right now Amazon has this Ebook available for instant download for only $3.00 for regular Amazon members and FREE for Kindle Unlimited users!



**Disclosure: I received the above product at no cost to me, in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. All opinions expressed in this post are my own.**

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