Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Animal Stories from Wisdom Tales

School break is nice because the kids gets to sleep in  everyday and of course I don't have to wake up early as well.  Being off to school does not mean that they can do whatever they want.  I still make sure to provide them activities at home that would stimulate their minds like reading and other  art projects.  I am so glad that Wisdom Tales Press has partnered with this blog and provide my kids with wonderful books to read that would surely  give them life  learning lessons.  
The third book that I received is "The Panda and their Chopsticks". This book  does not only contain one story but different short stories of animals that  has quotes at the end of each story.  All of the story teaches valuable lessons.   Things that they can use  as kids  and towards adult life.  
My daughter love the story of the "Panda and their Chopsticks" and my son  love the story of the "The Fox who was King  of the Forest".  I highly recommend this book  if you want your kids to have  great book to read this summer.
By far, this is their favorite one as the stories are short and they get to   interpret what the quotes meant at the end of each story.  The illustrations are very colorful which  is very interesting for the kids.  Demi, is an award winning author, features animal stories  of Asian folktales  that provide valuable lessons for little hearts and minds to absorb.  Thank you so much once again Wisdom Tales!

Disclaimer: The author of this blog was NOT financially compensated to write this review. Opinions expressed is not in anyway influenced by other factors. The product/s mentioned above was provided for FREE for evaluation purposes.

37 comments:

  1. During schoolbreak, reading books is the bast, and making arts.

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    1. I agree. I don't easily let my kids off from academic-related activities.

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  2. This are really nice books that are also educational.

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    1. Very educational, fun, and full of lessons to learn.

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  3. Nice books sis and I am sure my middle son will enjoy them. He is a book worm and loves colorful books like these.

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    1. You should try to get them some of Wisdom Tales book sis, they are all entertaining and full of valuable lessons in each story.

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  4. oh I would love this!! The illustrations look beautiful

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    1. My kids love it too. The illustrations are colorful and they are short stories which doesn't make them bored.

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  5. Those look like great books. It's nice to keep them interested in reading, especially when school's out.

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    1. I agree Chrissy. I don't want them glued to their gadgets durng school break so we always set aside time for reading.

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  6. Very cute book! I got 4 to review from them that I have to post :)

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    1. Awww lucky you! This is my third one from them. I just love their books!

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  7. They sound like all great books. I try and encourage my kids to read as much as possible especially during the school holidays as well.

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    1. That's great Amanda. You might want to try this one, I am sure your kids will love it.

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  8. My grandkids all love to read.This looks like a nice book. Short stories are so much better for the younger ones. I find the longer books tire them out to quick. Looks like it has nice illustrations in it too.

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    1. This would be perfect for them Sherrie!

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  9. It is a good practice to encourage children to love reading. Colorful, easy to read and understand books are best during their formative years. Those books look promising, I love that it has valuable lessons at the end of each story.

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    1. Agree completely sis Eileen. I want them to love reading as much as I did when I was a kid. Although I don't read to often nowadays but I do read with them.

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  10. Yay schoolbreak! I can see that the Burritos are still occupied with academic stuff. Nice! Books never go out of style, eh? Lol. Even my daughter here-- every time she's done having fun in the yard gardening and cleaning, reading is always her way of relaxing.

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    1. For me when school is out, it's time to read hahaha. It;'s one way of having their minds occupied during school break!

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  11. This is a nice book, I love when my son likes to read books. It's harder these days to get him into though. This looks like a great one for the kids though!

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    1. It is a great book Mare. My daughter resist sometimes but we have a scheduled time for reading so it is always a yes lol.

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  12. This looks like a great book, my kids would love it.

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  13. I also want my son to have a huge appetite for reading. We're really encouraging him to read books for his age so that when he's older like your kids and it's summer time, he would want to sit down and start reading.

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  14. Just like me.. I was exposed to reading animal tales at an early age, kaya siguro nahilig ako sa mga hayop. On the bright note, exposing your children to books will definitely make them bookworm.

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  15. Yay! Another fun stories to learn from this amazing publication. I love their books as well :-)

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  16. This looks great! My kids love when I read to them. I know they would just love this too.

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  17. This book looks really great! I bet my kids would enjoy it!

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  18. Anything to get kids reading more!! It looks like your kids really enjoyed the books.

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  19. Yay, let's bring books to our homes and less of computers.

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  20. We try to encourage our own kids to read more during weekends and school vacations as well to keep their minds sharp.

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  21. Reading is a great way to get them pre-occupied while on break aside form the more fun and enjoyable activities that they do with you.

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  22. Reading books is a good activity to stimulate our kids' minds and make them preoccupied during school break. It also lessens the time they spend on gadgets.

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  23. I love parents who teach their children the joys of reading and not only in the electronic sense. You can duplicate the tactile pleasures of a good book!

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  24. It's a good thing that your kids love reading books. Most kids nowadays prefer watching tv and playing computer games than reading. It's best to encourage them to read more especially during school break.

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  25. Looks like interesting books. Our bunso will love this. She's so fond of reading now which makes me a very happy ate! :)

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  26. I think it's nice that even though it's school break, they still do activities such as reading books.

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