The Chew Chew Saurs
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Story by Malusa Kosgran
by Sergio Caruso
The ChewChewSaurs is a quirky and
colourful story about a small group of Dinosaur babies - Tricera,
Dino and Stego. Join them as they slowly grow out of their pacifiers
one by one. Share their discovery that some things are a lot easier
to do without a dummy as they grow up.
All parents of small children will
resonate with the problem of getting young children to give up their
comforting dummies - but don't despair, this ebook will help! It lets
small minds know that dummies are not for grown-ups, which is what
they all want to be. The only tantrums they'll have after reading
'The Chew Chew Saurs' is if you don't read it over and over until
they fall asleep...without their own little chew chew saur.
My books use simple one or two sentence facts which is accompanied by a relevant picture of the animal. This makes the perfect first word book to share because young children will love reading along while being encouraged to start using their words to read along. This is an excellent and fun educational resource to start your child off with. No more having to buy complex and ugly picture books. You child will also enjoy getting to use the family tablet for fun time which is also learning time.
The Let's visit series has been designed for simple an easy reading particularly aimed at the 0-5 age group, but it can be used for any beginner readers who is interested in zoo animals.
This children’s book contains high quality images of zoo animals. It has been optimized to look great on all devices including the large screen tablets. With the number of great reviews I have been getting I feel that my "Let's Visit" book series is one of the best new children’s book series of 2014 to hit the e-book market.
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