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10 thoughts on “Muhammad Ali (Little People, BIG DREAMS)

  1. says:

    Very disappointed! That's a smaller vision as the usual size. Unfortunately my little one bite it so I can't return! But I am sure I don't buy form here again. The story is good just the size is ridiculous small so kids can't really enjoy the book.

  2. says:

    In the product Information written it has 32 pages, mine has 26 pages; if you count the outside hardcover too.
    I was surprised to see pictu

  3. says:

    Bought this for a family member. The family absolutely loves it as do I. The story is so positive and the graphics

  4. says:

    This is a good short story easy read for babies or toddlers. Would recommend if you are a boxing fan and want to give a ba

  5. says:

    So I didn't realize this was a board book when I selected it. That's on me for not reading closely. My 4 year old has five of the standard Little People, Big Dreams biographies and we love them so much that when I saw this Muhammad Ali Little People, Big Dreams book, I jumped at the chance to get it without noticing it was a simplified version of an already simplified biography.

    This is a great biography of Ali

  6. says:

    I love the Little People, Big Dreams series! What like most about the series is that it shows kids that grown ups who have done all th

  7. says:

    This is a board book, with the thick cardboard pages that you usually see in books for one or two year olds. The story is suitable for six years or older so I suspect that the story is written with the adult reader in mind. The vocabulary is not real simple so this is a read aloud book, not a first reader. For example, “Out of t

  8. says:

    My daughter loves to read (or rather to be read to because she's not even 2). And I especially love these Little People books. My sister in law got her the Maya Angelou book, I got her a Freida Khalo book, and now she has Muhammad Ali

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    "When he was little, Muhammad Ali had his bicycle stolen. He wanted to fight the thief, but a policeman told him him to learn how to box first. After training hard in the gym, Muhammad developed a strong jab and an even stronger work ethic. His smart thinking and talking earned him the greatest title in boxing: Heavyweight Champion of the World. Babies and toddlers will love to snuggle as you read to them the engaging story of thi

  10. says:

    This Little People, Big Dreams series is inspiring and the Muhammad Ali book is particularly accessible. Muhammad Ali faced considerable adversity and showed both moral and physical courage which comes across even in this children's board book.

    This book starts out with young Ali's love of biking and the disappointment and a

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Ly 11 left in s. I love the Little People Big Dreams series What like most about the series is that it shows kids that grown ups who have done all these awesome wonderful things were once kids just like them It also shows kids that they too had hardships and setbacks and were always great or perfect at what they do It shows and teaches kids the process of becoming great as opposed to already being great It shows the hard work and perseverance and the big break that some people have to really make it Basically this book tells about the life of Muhammed Ali I really liked the simple but bright colors This is for infants toddlers preschoolers since this is a board book It s too simplistic for my 7 year old who is reading slightly above average I did like how the text was good for reading as a bedtime story This is a really good series Most of the people in the series are women which is great but since I have a boy and I think these books are really accessible biographies for children I would like to see men and POCs as well However other than that this is a really great book and series

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1021 shippingOn. Bought this for a family member The family absolutely loves it as do I The story is so positive and the graphics are amazing and colorful The weight of the board book is perfect for little people and the pages are the perfect thickness for little finger to turn them easily

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Tock on the way. This is a board book with the thick cardboard pages that you usually see in books for one or two year olds The story is suitable for six years or older so I suspect that the story is written with the adult reader in mind The vocabulary is not real simple so this is a read aloud book not a first reader For example Out of the ring Cassius defended justice and people s rights I enjoyed the book The drawings are cute yet they show emotion Little Cassius feeling angry because his bike was stolen looks suitably upset without being scary A friendly policeman hands him a pair of boxing gloves After that there is no stopping him He trains and becomes a strong and fast boxer You can t help rooting for himAfter he becomes a champion the book tells us that he changed his name to Muhammad Ali a Muslim name that he really liked Ali loved boxing in the ring but he refused to fight in a war far away That s a pretty simple explanation for something that was so controversial at the time but it is accurateI was charmed by this children s book The text is buy Maria Isabel Sanchez Vegara and the wonderful illustrations are by BrosmindThis book was first published in Europe but is manufactured in China