Monday, December 27, 2021

Boo's Shoes - A Rabbit and Fox Story: Learn To Tie Shoelaces : a bookwrap

 

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Boo's Shoes - A Rabbit and Fox Story: Learn To Tie Shoelaces


Authored by Sybrina Durant

Illustrated by Pumudi Gardiyawasam

Edited by Marison Rice Jr. 



Specs


* Reading Age:  3-11 years

* Grade Level:  PS-4

* Length:  41 pages

* Publisher:  Word Wise

* Pub. Date:  November 6, 2021

* Language:  English

 

 From the Author


“Teach a child a useful skill. Build confidence and self-esteem that lasts a lifetime.”

Author, Sybrina Durant



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The Book




Boo is an adorable little bunny who loves shoes.  He has tons of shoes:  flip-flops, clogs, wheeled shoes, slippers, cowboy boots and on and on and on. These shoes have one thing in common.... none have laces!  Why should Boo learn to tie annoying strings if he doesn't need to? 

One day his good fox friend Farah knocks on his door with a mysterious box.  When Boo opens it up he discovers the gift is a pair of new shoes... with laces! Oh no!  Boo wants nothing to do with shoes  he has to tie.  Farah encourages him and promises to help him along with the process.  She says it's a skill he needs to know.  It's not only for tying up shoes she tells him but for other things as well. She goes on to explain that it is used for ropes to rig a sail, to fly a kite, to tie fly when you fish and to make a bracelet to share with a friend, just to name a few.  

Finally Boo agrees to give it a go and with patience and practice he succeeds at something he has dreaded for so long.  Now that he can tie he feels he can accomplish anything!  Hurray for Boo! 

The illustrations are wonderful and very helpful. At the back of the book the author offers step-by-step instructions as how to tie up a pair of shoes with laces.  Referring to both the visuals and the text small kids will be able to learn this valuable skill easily.  This educational book with its interactive component will be a blessing for both parents and kids.  I highly recommend it. 



Storywraps Rating - 5 HUGS!


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Meet the Author






Texas author Sybrina Durant is a prolific writer of children’s books as well as her very successful four volume series SYBRINA’S PHRASE THESAURUS. Her children’s books include the multi-volume UNICORN series, 123 COUNT WITH ME, YARASHELL ABBILY AND HER VERY MESSY ROOM, HELP YOURSELF: LEARN TO PRODUCE PUBLISH AND PROMOTE YOUR BOOK ON YOUR OWN, and THE RABBIT AND FOX series, of which this new volume BOO’S SHOES is the newest volume. This helpful series includes CLEO CAN TIE A BOW and LEARN TO TIE A TIE WITH THE RABBIT AND THE FOX. Reading this newest version of CLEO CAN TIE A BOW demonstrates her impressive growth as a writer and producer.


With exceptionally fine illustrations by Pumudi Gardiyawasam that enhance the availability of the lesson of the book – how to tie shoelaces – Sybrina


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