4 out of 4 stars
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I have thought about different methods to keep my niece occupied and enhance her ability to take care of herself. I couldn't find any because she is 5 years old. Cleo Can Tie A Bow by Sybrina Durant is a children's book that keeps her occupied with an interesting story and a valuable lesson on bow tying and shoe lacing. This interesting piece starts with the picture of a girl, Cleo, wearing a pretty pink outfit. She loves to design her outfits and room with bow ties. She is able to achieve this with the help of the story of a long-eared rabbit and a fox.
I enjoyed this book because the writing style adopted by the author would keep a child occupied. I read this book repeatedly because the story was so interesting. I was exceptionally appreciative as this book taught my niece to tie her shoelace on her own. There is a detailed step-by-step process to successfully making a bow tie in this book. The pictures used in this piece gave me a joyful experience. I hail the cartoonists for their efforts in drawing such a colorful piece.
The author didn't deviate from the theme of the story. This made my experience enjoyable and the completion of this piece to be swift. I commend the author for urging readers not to try this exercise on real rabbits. This interesting piece is part of a series but can be read as a standalone.
There was nothing to dislike in this book, as the author gave readers an awesome story.
I rate this book 4 out of 4 stars because of my reasons stated above. I found zero errors because the author’s editing and proofreading were professional. This piece would definitely help to enhance a child's vocabulary. I recommend this book to parents with little kids. The concise nature of this piece makes it something that should be in every home and school library for kids.
Cleo Can Tie A Bow
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