Review of "Edna the Egg"

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Review of "Edna the Egg"

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[Following is an official review of ""Edna the Egg"" by Kim Feliciano.]
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5 out of 5 stars
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A children's book authored by Kim Feliciano, titled Edna the Egg. In this entertaining book, Edna the egg talks about herself, her friends, and eggs in general. Join her for the ride! She makes goofy suggestions here and there that are sure to make your young child smile or even laugh out loud.

This is a very entertaining book in which the character Edna the egg poses questions to the readers that they can respond to. The illustrations were very colourful, and they brought to mind the movie "Angry Birds". This book can teach children about eggs, and it also includes information about colours, shapes, and how an egg hatches into a chick, all of which can be educational for a young reader who is reading this book.

It's one of my favourite things about children's books when a character interacts with the reader by asking them questions. This helps the reader feel more involved in the story. I also liked the illustrations because they are cartoon-like and colourful, both of which are characteristics that are likely to attract a child's attention. In addition, I enjoyed the fact that the writing was presented on colourful pages that were still legible.

Due to the fact that I consider it educational, there was nothing about this book that I found objectionable. Children learn more about chickens and discover that chickens hatch from eggs.

I give this book a perfect score of 5 out of 5 stars. Your kid is sure to crack a grin after reading this book because of how entertaining it is and how much it will engage them. Both the illustrations and the writing style of the book were wonderful to me. Because I couldn't find any mistakes, I think the book was edited to perfection.

I believe that this book is appropriate for very young children who are interested in animals in general. This is because the book was easy to understand, and there were usually two sentences on every second page, making it perfect for a child who cannot sit still for long.

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The book seems like something the beginner reader group would enjoy. Kids would love entertaining stories and it will also help them learn in a fun way.
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Post by Meghan Soderholm »

I love your wordplay on how children will “crack a grin” from reading this book. It's incredible that stories can be educational and entertaining for children. Excellent job on writing a joyful review.
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