Sunday, June 14, 2015

GREEN Bird: The Adventures Children Book illustrations: Bedtime Stories for Kids books age 3 to 6 Ebook Review

I think I have said this so many times but it's the truth, all 3 of my children love to be read to. While we are not the typical read at bedtime type of family we do spend a few hours each day reading different books.

The kids have a small library in our living room as well as their bedrooms with their favorite books and trips to the library occur on an almost daily basis. When the age of Ebooks swept the nation I had to adjust my own personal likes and dislikes to accommodate the change as a whole. 

I have never been a huge fan of Ebooks, there is just something about feeling the pages between your fingers and that new book smell that makes me want an actual book in my hand. With all that being said though ebooks are much easier for my children to not only navigate but ebooks help prevent the kids from ruining a book. 

The one year old loves to chew on things like most young children so pretty much all the books that are not board books have chewed corners, if any corners at all. Green Bird by Mark Ansel is a wonderful addition to your ebook library. This particular ebook is very cute with colorful pictures, it does remind me of the Dr. Seuss book "Are You My Mother" but overall I can't complain. 

The kids enjoyed this book as well, I was able to use the book to teach the younger kids about colors and other things so this is not only a great book to entertain the kids with but it can help them to learn as well.

You can pick up your copy on Amazon for $2.99 unless you are a Kindle Unlimited member in which case it would be free for you.

**Disclaimer: I received the above mentioned product(s) at no cost to me in order to facilitate this honest and unbiased review. All opinions stated at my own.**

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