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  • Author:
    Robert Salanitro
  • ISBN:
    1604360100
  • ISBN13:
    978-1604360103
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  • Publisher:
    Educational Publishing LLC (August 8, 2008)
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Award winning book! The distinguished recipient of the DR. TOY BEST PICK New Children's Products Award. This board book is one of many award winning Early Start titles. This book is designed by early childhood experts to teach your child how and where the most common fruits grow. Your child will love the the ten fun and unique flip-flaps. The book is part of the Early Start Active Reading series designed by Early Childhood experts with prompts for parents and caregivers to engage the child in conversation and promote cognitive development.

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This Really Decent flip flap book has been made with chunky flap pages, beautiful illustrations and simple rhyming . The perfect start to early learning, recommended for ages 12 months and above. This board book has 12 pages and measures: 19 x 19 x 2cm. Show full description.

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AWARD WINNING BOOK! The distinguished recipient of the DR. TOY BEST PICK New Children's Products Award. This board book is one of many award winning Early Start titles. This book is designed by early childhood experts to teach your child how and where the most common fruits grow. Your child will love the the ten fun and unique flip-flaps. The book is part of the Early Start Active Reading series designed by Early Childhood experts with prompts for parents and caregivers to engage the child in conversation and promote cognitive development.

Sharpbinder
I ordered this book for my 8 mo old grandson along with Peek A Who based on Amazon reviews. As much I loved Peek A Who I was disappointed in this book. I would send it back except it is not worth the postage. Both words and illustrations are mundane. There are so many mediocre books put out for children. They deserve the best just as we do.
Brightcaster
This is a wonderful board book for babies and toddlers introducing fruits. There is a different fruit introduced on each page, with something for the parent to read such as "Oranges are Sam's favorite fruit. Thery are super juicy and yummy", with an illustration of a child holding an orange. At first this would appear to be an ordinary board book, but this book has an "Active Reading Method" to encourage the parent (or whomever is reading the book) to interact with the child. So at the bottom of the orange page, in small print it says "Idea! Stretch your hands way up high and reach as though you are picking oranges. Encourage your child to copy you". It is wonderful to have these "ideas" at the bottom, because as a parent, reading a book to a child it is easy to just go through the motions of reading the book, without really interacting with the material. This gets you to be more involved with the book, and your child. This is also a lift the flap book, so going back to the orange example you can lift the flap to see an illustration of an orange tree, and a child picking an orange from the tree with the statement "Oranges grow on tall trees". Great book, I also have the "Numbers" book in this series, which is just as good. I also want to mention that the illustrations of the children in this book are very diverse, which I really like, because that is what the real world is like. Everyone is different. So you have a red haired fair skinned girl wearing glasses, an Asian boy who likes bananas, a darker skinned boy who loves pumpkins, etc, etc.......very well done!
Nagis
This is a new variation on the typical interactive children's books I've seen. It not only overs flaps for the young child to lift up and reveal part of the picture, but incorporates reading notes and suggestions for the parent/adult reader. On the one hand this is an interesting idea, especially for new parents with little experience with small children, new babysitters, or others unsure on how to begin engaging the child with the story. On the whole, the ideas offered in the story are helpful, beginning the process of talking about what is being seen and read, a skill and practice that will come in handy for years to come--until they are reading on their own. I could see this as fitting the ideal for the type of books handed out at doctor's visits.
Unfortunately, I found the graphics disappointing, especially with so many other engagingly illustrated books out there at this level. Also, while the ideas offered in the book may be helpful to some readers, on the whole I find that part of the wonder for the child in reading the book with an adult is what the adult thinks to do with it, so that each reading by a different adult can transform it into a new story.
Winotterin
I ordered this thinking of my son just learning to talk, he is in that phase were they start repeating what they hear and I thought it'd be a good idea to get this book and give it a try.

We have purchased other types of books of the kind for him, and while he likes to watch them (as he can't read them yet) and play with them (literally) they are nowhere as complete as this one.

The content is pretty much your average book for kids, what I found interesting is the suggested method in the first page of the book. The book actually contains examples on how you can demonstrate what is being read, it also suggests questions or comments to start a discussion with the kids. It also emphasizes the importance of praise and activities when reading the book with your kid.

All this reminded me of the tips and techniques shown on PBS network in the kids capsules. This is in my opinion, the real added value of this book.
Gom
Bold colorful realistic illustrations of various fruit being grown and harvested and cut and eaten. The illustrations are vivid and memorable. My daughter calls this "the apple book" (her most loved books get special names) and loves flipping through it and lifting the flaps.
My only critique would be that some of the same-colored fruits are placed on facing pages and therefore a little bit confusing at first. For example, the apples are the same red as the inside of the watermelon on the facing page and the bananas are identically colored as the pineapple on the facing page. This can be confusing in teaching your child the various fruits or it can be the added challenge they like; I guess it depends on the child.
The "Active Reading Method" provides unobtrusive guidance to parents and others not used to reading to children.
Dolid
This is a hardcover book with flaps on each page. The top of the flap describes a fruit, and you lift the flap to see what's described and hear the rest of the rhyme. It's a cute book that both our kids enjoy flipping through, if only because it's so colorful.

Our two year old is the one most interested in the book. We've read it to him a few times, and he still pulls it off the shelf to play with the flaps.

There is a lot of text on each page, about five lines. While it works, it does make the book a bit long to hold our two year-old's attention, instead he ends up pulling on the flaps to see what comes next.

Overall I would recommend this book, it's fun, has a bit of humor for the adults, and the pictures are sharp and the color vibrant.