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Kids Fiction 1000
An adorable collection of nursery rhymes
Overall rating 
 
5.0
Plot/Characters/Writing Style 
 
5.0
Illustrations/Photos (if applicable) 
 
5.0
We Love to Sing Aloud is a beautiful collection of nursery rhymes with adorable illustrations to match. Kids ages 1+ will love the soothing effect this story has not to mention the very cute illustrations. With ‘You are My Sunshine’, ‘The More We Get Together’, ‘Rain, Rain, Go Away’, and ‘Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star’. There will definitely be something for everyone.

I loved the illustrations. Each page filled with simple yet beautiful imagery. From the stars to the rain everything is done in a way that is soothing to the eye. I actually read this books about 6 times back to back because my nephew, who is 1, adored it. It’s a story that is very simple and easy to read during bedtime, and will soothe those who need soothing.

I recommend buying for those parents of kids who love music and nursery rhymes. This is a very amazing collection of beautifully illustrated nursery rhymes. While this does say 2+ on Amazon. I do think it can be read to those even younger than that. It’s a good book to pick up for bed time and will make putting those kids to sleep quite simple.
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