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Adding my review of Olympic Sports - When and How as an ebook, so bare with me. I downloaded this instantly from amazon after purchase, to my cell phone to use with my free kindle application on phone. Unfortunately, my actual Kindle Fire was having difficulties and I could not download to it. So my review is based on using a Samsung Galaxy S5 phone is is a short book on SOME of the sports included in the Olympics. It touches on Archery, basketball, swimming, javelin throwing, fencing, sprinting, and judo., telling when each sport was introduced to the olympics and what each sport is. Very primary and to the point. Simple to read info for any age e pictures are true photographs of each sport in motion, and are very detailed and beautifully done. I love how the book links the words to a true photograph, helping the reader understand what each sport is.Overall, this is a primary book on some of the olympic sports. The pictures create this book amazing to read!I received this ebook for free or a discounted price to offer my honest opinion concerning this ebook. My review is based on my private trial of this ebook. I understand the importance of an honest review to support other consumers create an educated purchase. I hope you have found my review helpful.
I really like reading informative kids' books. When I saw this for free for my Kindle I wanted to read it. This is a amazing book to introduce some of the Olympic sports to children. It goes through the following sports: archery, basketball, swimming, javelin throw, fencing, sprints, and Judo. Each page has a fun fact about each sport, when it started, and a nice picture. The following page always has another nice picture featuring the sport on the previous page. This was a short book and an simple read. Since it has so a lot of nice pictures I would think this would be for kids ages 3 to 8. Overall, this is a amazing book that introduces kids to some Olympic sports.I received this product at discount for my honest testing and review. I am under no obligation to provide a positive review and keep no incentives or rewards for doing so. My aim is to highlight features and drawbacks that I would wish to know about as a buyer, not hype the product for the manufacturer. My remarks are sincere and my own. While it is real that a lot of stuff are received at discounted rates or complimentary, my reviews are completely honest and are my private experiences with the product. Again, it is just my opinion, your own opinion might vary. I received no monetary compensation and I am not needed to give a amazing review.
This ebook is setup in a landscape format, allowing the photos to be very prominent. There are only 7 sports in this short ebook I was hoping for more sports than l but one give the year they were added to the Olympics and they all give another fact about the sport alongside a picture. Then another, full screen image of the sport is given. The photos are amazing quality and the dozens of the sports contain individual and squad sports. I do want something about the Paralympics was mentioned. I was hoping for more detail. This book is definitely for the children in much younger years. All and all was a decent book.*I received this product at a deep discount for my honest and unbiased opinion. However, I was not paid to write this review. This review is my full and honest opinion!I used to think that people who received discounts on reviewed products were all dishonest just trying to obtain freebies or cheap products for writing fluff-filled reviews whether they actually liked the product or not, but I have since found out how things work since I started doing this and I mostly disagree with that now. I can't say that some people don't do that, but I can say that my experience has been a amazing one and the method I search products is I look for things I need and would like to test (I also throw my family into it to, so I also look for things that they might like or be interested in) so I almost always have knowledge about them before ordering something. Plus I am a consumer who reads reviews before buying a product or utilizing a service. I think that if it is a amazing product, service or company the over all reviews will be on the high or amazing side (noting is excellent and you do have those people out there that complain no matter what). If it is the first time I've used a certain product I disclose that also in my review. That knowledge gives me some advantage in writing my reviews because I know what to look for in a product, how it may compare to others, etc. and then I can write a fair, honest and helpful review!If a product works exactly as the seller described and looks just like it was portrayed in their pictures, is sent out quickly, etc. then I believe a seller deserves a amazing review. I do take this seriously and do not only leave five star reviews however I do contact the seller and give them the possibility to correct any problems there might be before leaving feedback.I know that Amazon reviews are helpful and so a lot of people look at them to decide if they should purchase a product (I know I do a lot of the time).There are some who use a product once or twice and then write a glowing review, but I'm not talking about them. I'm talking about those who take the time to try a product before writing a review. They don't write reviews after 3 days of receiving a product just because someone may wish them to pound out a bunch of reviews in 72 hours.If you found my review candid & helpful, please click on the YES button ank you for reading my review
I received this book titled Olympic Sports - When and How? : History of Olympic Sports Then, Now And Beyond: Olympic Books for Children (Children's Olympic Sports Books) Kindle Edition on July 8, 2016. I read the entire book to my kids as a story before bedtime. I have an inquisitive six year old daughter and a rambunctious four year old son. I engaged both of their attentions throughout the entire reading of this book. They enjoyed the attractive images of the various types of Olympic sports. I enjoyed learning about the interesting history and facts about the Olympic sports. I want the book was a small bit longer and had more info about the various Olympic sport rules. I was just getting to know more about the dozens of Olympic sports but the book ends abruptly after Judo. All of the pictures are very detailed and goes well with the text. This book talks about when each sport was first introduced into the Olympics. It talked about archery, basketball, swimming, javelin throw, fencing, sprints, and Judo. In basketball, the United States of America has been the most successful at winning this sport. Swimming is the most famous Olympic sport and fencing is the only Olympic sport that does not have a weight class. My children and I all enjoyed reading this amazing book with a lot of interesting facts about the dozens of Olympic sports. I hope we can search more books that are related to this one by the same publisher or author. I did not search any grammatical errors in this book.
This book is well place together. It is on the short side, but still, not poor at all. Firstly, it is only 16 pages long. Yes, only 16 pages long. If you wish to consider each of these ePages as 2 pages, it could be considered 32 pages long, but in my Kindle, it registers as only 18 pages (with the first 2 pages being the title page and all of the other technical information).Secondly, this book's author took the time to search relevant photos. For example, the 2 pages about archery actually including pictures specifically about archery. In some of the other books by the same publisher, I felt that sometimes they were place together to quickly and thoughtlessly where a page about archery would just have a generic image or clipart about the olympics. In this book the author took the time to select relevant high quality ly, the text is also good. There is only 1 paragraph written for each of the only 7 sports highlighted in the book. But the info is relevant and interesting. It could probably be read by a 2nd grader and could be read to a 3 year old and they would understand and be interested. Highly recommend this title.I received this product at a free or discounted rate in exchange for an honest review. These opinions are my own. I appreciate and rely on honest and accurate reviews from others when making purchases. If you have any questions about the product please leave a notice in the comment area.
I received this book at a reduced is book is a better book than the "Amazing Sports for Kids of All Ages: Olympic Books for Kids" which is written by the same author. This book is beautiful much the same book as the one listed previously, but his book at least states when the sport was introduced to the is book could have been so much more. I love the Olympics and every time they are going on I free my calendar in order to watch as much of them as possible. This book does small more than state a handful of sports that are in the Olympics and state they are famous and when they were added. I would have liked to see more on the history of the android games as well what they stand for, how athletes represent their country, what the winners keep as well as the other medals. Little info that are simple to add would have created this book so much better, but unfortunately, like other books from this author, it feels rushed and a rapid attempt to publish a book, without caring whether it is a amazing book or not.
I kind of expected more sports and info about the olympic sports but this book only included Archery, Basketball, Swimming, Javelin throw, Fencing, Sprint, and Judo. Each sport had short descriptions about what year it was added in the Olympics and brief info about it. The pictures are amazing though and it shows some awesome action shots of each sports but are only limited to 2 pictures per sport featured in the book. The subtitle "History of Olympic Sports Then, Now And Beyond is not really given any justice when you read the is is a nice picture book about random Olympics Sports but lacks info and contents that could support you learn much about the history of Olympics.I got this book for free in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.
Decent app, it has the schedule on it and you can customize it easily for the sports you wish to follow. There's no medal leader board though. You can only sort medals by happening or look up individual countries. Seems weird that they didn't place a leader board in there. I'll hold this on my phone until the end of the Olympics though.
- Notifications don't work: haven't seen a single one - No schedule for begin times of favorite NOC athletes - No overall country medal table - Connectivity is average, even on fiber optic Wi-Fi - Sometimes crashes while switching back to it in multitasking + Nice design + The application isn't huge Much work needs to be done, but it's a decent start.
I dont know what people search so poor about it it tells me when happenings are on what countries are In and the happening itself and gives you the recent news very useful. Also I obtain there is no overall medap table but I thinl the sole purpose of the application is alerting you when your country is playing.
The best Olympic application I've tried. The main view of live results could be reorganized to fit in more info and obtain a better sense of what's happening. The hockey interface is quite bad, compared to what's out there. But overall very good. It has all information I need and at the end it's not difficult to search it.
Not possible to sort schedule by sport only by day. It is possible to add countries and sports as favorites but what does it do? Have tried 5 various Olympics application and none of them are satisfying my needs. But this is the least poor of the apps I have tried
So now the application itself might be fine. However, while there are some neat things about it, they need to place a disclaimer right at the top saying "YOUR ATTENTION PLEASE! DISCLAIMER NOTE: YOU MUST HAVE A PAID INTERNET TV SUBSCRIPTION (Like YouTube TV, Xfinity, Century Link Prism or Stream, etc.) TO VIEW LIVE EVENTS. OTHERWISE YOU CAN ONLY VIEW TAPED EVENTS." or words to that affect. Just having internet isn't enough. That wd clarify a lot of problems right off the bat. It seems like a nice application otherwise. So unless there's another application out there it looks like I'll just be watching live on the old antennaed (but digitalized so not so old) TV. I miss the old analog TV antenna days. But you can't manipulate what people see w analog... & after all, deception is what it's all about in the end. Or else how do you fool most of the people most of the time? Beware. "For the time is now nearer than when we 1st believed." Have a nice day. :-D
The committee prolly gave you a fcukload of cash for this tablescratch what you call an app. Schedule with push notifications, online feed or information where the happening can be watched, ical export for offline happening schedule and the list could go on ... You redefined the word "shame".