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My five year old small girl and I sat down to read my fresh book, _Twenty Yawns. After reading a couple of pages, she started to yawn. By the end of the third page, I was yawning too. About that time, her brother (teen) walked into our family room and asked what we were doing . I said,"We are reading a book, Twenty Yawns. Why don't you join us?" He looked at us like we were crazy, but he listened too and soon started to seemed we all were reading and yawning. I know, it's contagious! We read to the end, getting sleepier and sleepier. I closed the book, and my five year old looked up at me, still yawning said, "Let's do it again." I said, "we will have to search a soft zone to take a nap if we test it again." With all of us still yawning,we decided to place the book away for now and do it again soon.
Lucy has a unbelievable day at the beach with her parents. She digs in the sand, plays in the waves, and walks all the method to the end of the beach with her mom and dad. By the end of a day filled with sand castles, kites, and rolling down the dunes, everyone is ready for an early bedtime. When her mother falls asleep in the middle of reading her a bedtime story, Lucy decides that she needs her teddy bear. After she gets her bear (Molasses), and all her other animals tucked in, she finally gives one latest yawn and falls ere is so much to have fun about this book. The cultural diversity of the family is welcome, especially in the current push for more inclusion in media of all sorts. It is nice to see a family enjoying each other and their day together. The illustrations capture the warm golds and browns of the sand and the cool blue of the water. Castillo shows the long walk down the beach by having the family appear several times along the length of the sand. In each appearance they are doing something various - watching Lucy run after a seagull, helping her fly a kite, swinging her between them as they keep her hands. It is simple to see why they are all yawning as they head back home. The attractive twilight sky with the silhouettes of palm trees will have readers longing for their own trip to the beach. There are unbelievable vocabulary words such as horizon, veil, and mysterious. And I love the small info like Lucy putting her pajamas on inside out because she is so tired.Whether you have beach memories of your own family trip(s), Twenty Yawns is a unbelievable bedtime story. Younger kids will have fun counting all the yawns throughout the book or helping out with the sound effects. Those who are reading independently will have fun the humor of parents falling asleep while the kid is wide awake, or the idea that a teddy bear looks especially tired. A cozy method to end the day for everyone.
Jane Smiley, the well-known Iowa-educated author who has written award-winning novels, has now written her first children's picture book. When our kids were young, I loved books that were excellent for bedtime because reading was part of our nighttime ritual. I typically read the same books with a few fresh ones thrown in from time to time. But part of the ritual was reading stories that got the children ready for quiet time and sleeping. TWENTY YAWNS would have easily become one of our ter a fun family day on the beach, Lucy is being place to bed by her mom. Lucy and her mom fall asleep to the book her mom is reading. Later in the evening, Lucy wakes up to a dark room and a quiet house. As she explores and gathers up her stuffed animal mates to hold her company in bed, she starts to obtain sleepy again. Reading this at bedtime and mimicking all the yawns in the story is guaranteed to obtain your small one off to stillo has made attractive illustrations of the family on the beach and a gorgeous sunset to close out their day. Once in Lucy's home, the more muted photos present that we are preparing for bedtime. The adorable expressions on Lucy's stuffed animals give each of them a personality and your kid will wish to go and gather up their stuffed animals for bedtime.Even though I read this as an eBook, I still found it enjoyable. The text, in the format of an eBook, is highlighted by a box when it is the next to read. This will support even your earliest readers to follow along on the pages while you read.Jane Smiley may have a found a method to grow her audience as a children's book author and I certainly think hope she continues writing for all her fans, fresh and old.
Telling a kids that the pictures on the wall are looking back at them is just a poor idea...especially at bedtime! Oh my gosh, I hoped this would be a amazing bedtime story based on the reviews, but my son got very anxious as soon as I read the part about everyone in the house is asleep EXCEPT everything around Lucy is looking back at her! OH!!! I knew the second I read that, that a fresh fear had just been born in my son's mind. I had to reassure him that that doesn't happen and isn't true & continue to have to do so, since the idea was planted there. I would not recommend this to any child! This is just my opinion..which is what a review is supposed to be!
This is primarily a picture book. The story itself is very short. There are 16 page swipes and it's over. The story is cute and very relatable to small children (under 5 yrs), both girls and boys. The story illustrates the fun of a day at the beach, followed by the need to have all one's mates (stuffed animals) snuggled in bed at bedtime. The illustrations are very well-done and perfectly match the e size of the font cannot be adjusted in this book. It is not text-to-speech compatible. However, you can double tap on the printed words which makes them pop-out at a larger size. From then on, your small one can swipe the screen to move from paragraph to paragraph and from page to page; it's clever and small children will like bedtime stories go, this is an perfect wind-down story which results in everyone actually going... to.... sleep!
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