The Numberlys 2
Hardback Age range: 3 to 7 years old Publication Date: 01/07/2014
OFF RRP $27.99 $20.75
- General fiction (Children's / Teenage)
- Age range:
- 3 to 7 years old
- Publication Date:
- Simon & Schuster
- Country of origin:
- United States
- Dimensions (mm):
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Will this be a modern classic for kids?
This book is quite modern but the presentation is beautiful and it will probably become a classic. I found it stunning and it should be a great gift for families that have children learning to read or count. I was impressed with The Numberlys. Interestingly the concept is somewhat similar to the video game Da Blob with the use of colour.
A fun book to read with your little one
My four year old son loved this book. We read it twice in the same day at his request. I found it to be a very different book to most stories we read. For starters, we had to hold the book long ways - VERY different. I liked the moral of the story: If you want things to change for the better to be happy, then do it, no matter the mistakes that are made from the beginning to the end result - which I got from the boredom the 5 friends faced every day doing the same thing, being the same thing, eating the same thing but one day they had an idea to make things different (ie. better) and "at first it was awful and then artful" and then everything changed and everyone was happier. It was very inventive and fun to read and my son and I could read the letters along the way as they were made. It helps him with his alphabet, which is good.
In my sons words: I liked this story. It was a good one. I liked how the friends changed everything into colours and I could read the alphabet as it was made.