So this is going to be a very interesting review! “Three” is a little kids book that I decided to review. I received it from Ebooks for review. You can go visit the site and look for yourself. It is very interesting. Basically, there is a bunch of ebooks that you can ask for review. You can check it out and maybe sometimes, you’ll see some books that you really want to read.
“Three!” is a funny little rhyming book about what it’s like to spend a day with a preschooler – from getting themselves dressed to making a big mess! With beautiful illustrations (complete with dinosaurs, trains and superheros) and a catchy story that both parents and kids can enjoy again and again, this is a must-have book for your children’s book collection.
Rating: 5 stars (in the children rating world)
You might ask, why did I choose this book for review? Well, why not? But to be honest, I wanted to look at the illustrations more than reading the book. I mean, it can be read in 1 minute or maybe less. I have no idea why but every time someone tells me to read a children’s book (really children, not like Narnia or Percy Jackson which are middle grade), I will read it. It’s just some random fact about me and I have no idea why I do it.
I gave it a 5 stars, but it isn’t like a “5-star-oh-my-god-my-favorite-book”. No! I gave it a 5 stars in the rating world of children (because it is a child’s book). But honestly, it was so cool. I don’t know why but writing that makes me think it’s so cheesy. Like for example a kid saying “It’s so cool”. Anyways, let’s get back into the review.
Personally, I thought the illustrations were amazing. It was so adorable and cute. Everything was colorful and it was a delight to see the next page. I mean, come on it’s about a three year old boy talking about waking up, taking breakfast, basically whatever he’s doing during a day. How can you not think it’s cute. I couldn’t stop smiling while reading it.
Also, I have been reading lots of heavy books lately so it was refreshing to read this tiny little book for a change.
Overall, it’s fun to read and beautifully done!