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I also can't obtain a keyboard to pop up. I'm not sure if the others who are having this problem are on android device or iOS but that would definitely be something to look into. I'm using Android device personally. I see in the pictures it looks like an iOS keyboard so maybe that's why. I don't know I'm just grabbing straws, but unity should definitely look into the problem since it seems like it's event to a huge amount of people.
I want I had the option to report a issue in app. When I obtain to typing out the sentences, i can never obtain pass "arizona." Because it has a period, even though it should automatically type the punctuation marks for me. This android game is super fun though. Also, I wish to change my character's outfit.
Worst android game ever not working (bc) I'll wait till 30 minute for veriication code but still i not obtain verification code I find on youtube what is the issue but in youtube there is no video on youtube for this solution This android game is worst
I share the love of this book with the five star reviews; it really is a amazing book. Its has been instrumentally in helping my daughter place names to her feelings. Plus as a fish lover, with three aquariums in the house I love the artwork. I love this book, enough to order a second copy, that I plan on cutting the pages out and framing some of them.I'm giving the book only four starts as there is no "happy' within the book itself. Curious, nervous, brave (my private favorite, shy, surprised, sad, furious, proud, jealous, loving (my daughter's favorite) angry, glad, confused, content, afraid, sure, shocked, astonished, bored, delighted but no happy. My wife claims the cover counts, but I disagree. Each emotion cover two pages, one for the fish and one for the text. 'Happy' on the cover just doesn't do it.If you like this book you might also like the second by the same author - Friends
We picked up Satisfied at the library first and after just a few readings of it, my son could name the names / emotions of the fish just by looking at them (he was 21 months old at the time, so can't read). Not only was it a amazing lesson in remembering (I was amazed he could say "astonished") but also taught him emotions like loving, content, angry, shy, brave, shocked, proud, etc. We loved it so much that we bought it off Amazon and it remains one of my son's most requested books. And when we ask "what does surprised fish do?" he'll gasp and keep his hands up to his face, sometimes with an "Oh gosh!" Though shocked and astonished are beautiful much the same....
Each page has a beautifully drawn fish and an emotion written on it. I do like the introduction to emotions and expressions. I just want there was a small more about why the fish feels the method he does. Sure, I can create something up, but this is a toddler age book. So I'm already exhausted. I can't think up reasons why a fish would be jealous. I think if there were more context about the emotion it would be easier for my 20 month old guy to obtain more out of this book.