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  1. Katie Fitzgerald Katie Fitzgerald says:

    This review also appears on my blog, Read at Home Mom.This squat book from the creators of A Day at the Farm is a hodgepodge of captioned images of childhood events, as experienced by three siblings.The bold lines and bright colors of the pictures make this the kind of book toddlers will pick right up off a shelf and bring to the nearest grown up Though there is a line of dialogue to accompany nearly every illustration, the pictures tell stories all their own I love the two page spread where t This review also appears on my blog, Read at Home Mom.This squat book from the creators of A Day at the Farm is a hodgepodge of captioned images of childhood events, as experienced by three siblings.The bold lines and bright colors of the pictures make this the kind of book toddlers will pick right up off a shelf and bring to the nearest grown up Though there is a line of dialogue to accompany nearly every illustration, the pictures tell stories all their own I love the two page spread where the kids make pictures with their breath on the windowpane on a cold day I love the floor strewn with toys and medicine as one of the kids sleeps on the couch on a sick day I even love the sad but tasteful image of the little girl burying a dead bird and wondering why it had to die Each image evokes such a strong sense of nostalgia for me that I can t imagine they wouldn t speak to children about their own personal experiences.The only way this book might work in story time is if I used just a few images to prompt kids to tell me a story Otherwise, this is muchof a lap book, as suggested by its perfect size for toddler hands Adults sharing this book with kids at home should be prepared for lots of questions, and lots of conversation in general, and they probably shouldn t expect to get through the book in one sitting It s the perfect kind of book for promoting all kinds of early literacy skills, but it might not the quickest bedtime story Save this one for a rainy day or vacation, when there is lots of time to pore over every detail.Picture My World is similar to Seasons and People by Blexbolex Some of the pictures also reminded me of Peanuts comics, especially the one where the youngest girl in the family stands on a stage, and musical notes come tumbling out of her mouth


  2. Samantha Samantha says:

    A series of milestone events in the lives of three young siblings Each two page spread features a full color, full page illustration mirrored by text that describes the event in simple terms, almost like a label i.e a picture of a girl holding a baby is paired with text that reads a new little sister Each event evokes an emotion and the simplicity of each picture paired with its text invites readers to linger on each page and relate to it with their own experiences.


  3. Noelle Landis Noelle Landis says:

    Beautiful illustrations of snap shots from the life of three siblings No storyline, just an explanatory sentence with each picture.


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Picture My World [Reading] ➹ Picture My World Author Séverine Cordier – Buyprobolan50.co.uk In Picture My Day, young readers followed three siblings through a single day and were introduced to new words and objects along the way In Picture My World, a companion title, readers will rejoin the In Picture My Day, young readers followed three siblings through a single day and were introduced to new words and objects along the way In Picture My World, a companion title, readers will rejoin these three same siblings, but this time readers will accompany them through a number of milestones and occasions familiar to every young childFrom bringing home a first pet to swimming Picture My MOBI :º at the pool, from scraping a knee to having a birthday party, from losing a doll to watching fireworks to climbing a tree, and , readers will identify with situations and learn new words, this time with an emphasis on emotional vocabularyThe illustrations are bright and clear, with just enough detail to entice a preschooler to linger on each page The accompanying text ranges from exclamations to short sentences and helps readers associate each illustration with an emotional expression.