What I Loved:
I loved the message in A Bird with Udders! It’s a book about celebrating how each animal in the book is unique and special, but the message really asks a child to think of what makes them uniquely them. It was beautiful.
I am different you seeA Bird with Udders: Celebrate Unique you! by A.T. Waverly
and so very happy to be uniquely me.
How I Felt:
I just LOVED this book. I so appreciate a story that helps a child see that their differences are special. They do not need to be like all the others, they are wonderful the way they are. The Bird with Udders does just that.
The Illustrations: I am in love with these simple illustrations. They were bright and colorful. The story focuses on a different special animal on each page and there is a perfect illustration to go with it. I liked that it sparked thought in my daughter. She wanted to talk about each animal as we moved through the story.
The Writing: This is a rhyming story and I really liked the way it was written. The cadence of the story flowed really well. I wasn’t stumbling over words and everything rhymed well. The story was easy for my daughter to understand and would be easy for any young reader.
Overall: This book had a wonderful message for children with illustrations that are fun and bright. The story is exciting and helps a young reader use their imagination.
To Read or Not To Read:
I would recommend A Bird with Udders for any young reader! It is perfect for preschool through kindergarten children and should be read with the child.
Where to Find This Book:
A Bird with Udders by A.T. Waverly is available at these sites.
A Bird with Udders introduces the reader to a unique animal on each page. A cow with pink spots and a bird with udders and so many others. The story tells us how each animal is unique and proud of it! It’s a great story to help a child celebrate being themselves.
Just the Facts:
- A Bird with Udders by A.T. Waverly
- Genre: Children’s
- Publisher: Independently Published
- Pub Date: January 14, 2020
I was provided an advanced readers copy of this book for free. I am leaving my honest, unbiased review voluntarily.
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