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Ut those remarkable “everyday” things around us This is the fourth book in a series that not only instructs but also raises visual awareness and fine tunes observational skills Look for The Book of ZZZs Did You Say Pears and Here a Face There a Face opposites

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Hello Good bye

An opposites book like no other from the inimitable Arlene AldaAuthor photographer Arlene Alda is back with another delightful photo essay This time she tackles the concept of opposites with her keen sense of humor and sharp eye This slightly off beat I rarely give books one star but I was completely unimpressed with this book The photographs were okay but most were poor examples of the descriptive words This could be confusing to a child learning opposites I would not recommend this book

Free read Hello Good bye

Collection of images is fodder for the imagination an opposites book like no other For children from five to eight and those who still remember the magic of first discoveries Arlene’s through the lens perceptions offer new ways to see and think abo ages 1 5 The thing I appreciated the most out of this opposites book is that the images were photographs and not illustrations Some children might benefit from seeing real life examples rather than drawings The represented opposites seemed relevant and the images paired with the words fit well The white space around each word made identification of the words easy as well A great book to build vocabulary and a conversation starter for children and their caregivers I thought it was well done


10 thoughts on “Hello Good bye

  1. says:

    I rarely give books one star but I was completely unimpressed with this book The photographs were okay but most were poor examples of the descriptive words This could be confusing to a child learning opposites I would not recommend this book

  2. says:

    Very nice opposites book most of these type are illustrations it's nice to finally see one with really photos of things kids might actually see

  3. says:

    I like Arlene Alda's works but have mixed results with them when reading them to children Some like Here a Face There a F

  4. says:

    ages 1 5 The thing I appreciated the most out of this opposites book is that the images were photographs and not illustrations Some children might benefit from seeing real life examples rather than drawings The represented opposites seemed relevant and the images paired with the words fit well The white space around each word made identific

  5. says:

    I am totally biased with photography in children's books I love it when you are teaching concepts and this one is no exception Bright colors and fun examples that would leave the child asking some uestions Fun book all around ages 2

  6. says:

    Photos from around the world depict opposite words in full color splendor Good for beginner readers but also for starting ESL students and memory care patients because there is only one word per page and where humans are featured adults are pi

  7. says:

    A good concept book about opposites with accompanying pictures I read this book to a very young toddler She understood most concepts We were a little confused with straight and slanted Other than that it was a fun book

  8. says:

    Right up there with the late lamented Tana Hoban's best concept booksFun for kids fun for adults and how can you resist that perfectly curled up sleeping tabby cat

  9. says:

    opposites

  10. says:

    Nice book of opposites with wonderful photographs

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