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Kids Fiction 232
fun board book about days of the week and rooms in the house
Overall rating 
 
4.0
Plot/Characters/Writing Style 
 
4.0
Illustrations/Photos (if applicable) 
 
4.0
WILD WEEK is a cute board book that features an animal on each day of the week, doing something in a particular room of the house. For instance, on Monday, the hen lays an egg in the kitchen. Each page features a large flap that children can lift for some extra fun. The book features plenty of bright colors and a huge diversity of animals, from a shark to a panda.

What I loved: This book is a fun way to introduce the days of the week and rooms of the house. The animals add a fun touch, and the activities are diverse and cute. The flaps are fun to lift and add an interactive element that will definitely appeal to toddlers. The text is printed in a clear and large font, so it is easy to read aloud. The storyline is simple and the amount of words to pictures is perfect for the toddler and preschool crowd.

The artwork is pretty unique and with an intriguing style that carries throughout the book. The bright colors have high appeal for young readers.

Final verdict: Overall, this is a cute board book that features days of the week, rooms of the house, and plenty of animals to enjoy. Recommend for toddlers and preschoolers.
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