August 14, 2016

One Big Turkey by Anne Vittur Kenney - Review

I received this book in exchange for a fair and honest review

Published: August 9. 2016
Number of pages: 20
Genre: Childrens

Count your blessings! Join one big turkey and his forest friends as they celebrate the harvest season.

Children will count along with big turkey, squirrel, and their forest friends all the reasons they have to be grateful. Sweet, rhyming text will help children count everything they have to be thankful for, including food, friends, full tummies, and most of all, God! This board book presents parents with an adorable and simple way to teach their children about giving thanks.

With sweet rhyming verse, lots of fun images to count, and warm, charming artwork, this book will surely be a favorite every holiday season!

No turkeys were harmed in the telling of this story.

My thoughts:
I thought this was a cute book for little ones. The colors are very bright which will grab their attention. Also it is a board book so it is sturdy enough that the little hands can read it over and over with it ripping. There are many of the animals from the forest in this book and they are all adorable. This is a fun way to teach your little one how to count to ten. Each page has a new number and a new friend so by the time you get to the end you have met many of the cute little forest friends. 

About the author:
Anne Vittur Kennedy started out as a music teacher in public schools, but shifted to illustration in 1982. She has illustrated many children’s books, including the Miss Fox series by Eileen Spinelli and the Pony Scouts series by Catherine Hapka. Anne Vittur Kennedy lives near Columbus, Ohio.

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