Machines at Work by Byron BartonFirst sentence: Hey, you guys! Lets get to work. Knock down that building. Bulldoze that tree. Dig up that road.
Premise/plot: Its not just machines at work in Byron Bartons Machines at Work. Little ones also see construction workers working hard all day.
My thoughts: It doesnt take a lot of words to tell a good story. Though though are just a few words per page, Bartons Machines at Work tells an enjoyable story. The illustrations are also super-simple. In a few illustrations, the construction workers reminded me of duplo people. Speaking of which, this would be a fun story to act out with duplos!
Text: 5 out of 5
Illustrations: 3 out of 5
Total: 8 out of 10
Trucks by Byron Barton
Post a Comment. Machines at Work by Byron Barton Rating: 4. Each time we left, barely managing the new baby in our arms, we got a bunch of newborn diapers helpful , a booger-sucker super helpful--should have grabbed a second , tons of samples and coupons for formula not so helpful, I breastfed our kids , cheap diaper bags um I think that in these grab-bags of stuff, tucked away in a pocket to read when you're up in the middle of the night, should be a book or two. If you have a boy, then Machines at Work or anything else by Byron Barton should be one of them. I don't mean to be sexist here Lorelei likes this book just as much as Ben!
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Boats - Byron Barton is brought to you by Oceanhouse Media and is another preschool classic turned app-book! As always, OM has done a stellar job of maintaining the integrity of the original author. They feature simple texts, bold colors, and just enough details about their subject to transport young children away and keep them engaged. Navigation is simple, with big, bright arrows for easy page turning by small fingers. There are many ways for children to explore this title, as touching just about anything on a screen generates some sort of response. For example, children can tap scenes to hear the terms for different objects voiced as they appear in bright red print.
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