Tag Archives: children’s books

Sing a Song of Six Pants

Here’s a recent conversation in our house in reference to a popular nursery rhyme: Bear: Dad, why do they sing a song about six pants? Dad: Well, actually sweetie, they’re saying sixpence. Pence is a name for money that was … Continue reading

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Kids, Llamas and the Holidays

I’m going to review a children’s holiday book now. Even without saying another word about this book, it’s got a couple of potential strikes against it. First off, it’s a kids’ book of which a large percentage are just bad. … Continue reading

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Worst… Kids’ Book… Ever

I hate The Easter Egg Express. It is a really, really terrible children’s book for so many reasons. First off, it is a holiday book. This means that, as adults, we only really feel like reading the book to our … Continue reading

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Dadbloggit Endorsement: Llama Llama

It may appear on the surface that all children’s books are basically the same. Rhyming words, colorful pictures, good messages… if you’ve seen one, you’ve seen them all. Nothing could be further from the truth. I have read┬áhundreds of children’s … Continue reading

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