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5.0 out of 5 stars Three Is The Third Number
The Brothers are two fathers who have heard and tried to answer every question their children have asked. They want the best for their children. And, acquiring knowledge is one way to help this occur. They wrote this book in a fun manner so that parents can read, learn and explain these new facts to their children..one important fact from this book is that reading outloud...
Published 15 months ago by prisrob

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1.0 out of 5 stars Not interesting and very short
I don't find this book interesting at all. 13 very short facts and nothing memorable about them. The ones that are a little more interesting offer hardly any information on the subject. I don't think any parent will read this book more that once and children will get bored quickly.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Three Is The Third Number, 14 Nov. 2013
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This review is from: Children Book : Number THREE World Facts (Knowledge Book Series)(Boosting Brain Power) (Age 4-10) (Kindle Edition)
The Brothers are two fathers who have heard and tried to answer every question their children have asked. They want the best for their children. And, acquiring knowledge is one way to help this occur. They wrote this book in a fun manner so that parents can read, learn and explain these new facts to their children..one important fact from this book is that reading outloud to your children accelerates brain development.

This book is all about the number three. A beautifully illustrated book with vibrant, striking colors. The book is written for both parents and children to be enjoyed. It is fun and filled with facts. I learned some information I did not know. The fun facts run the gamut from Colors to animals to Mt Everest to lines.

Did you know, no animal has three legs? However, the giraffe has the longest legs.
Did you know an octopus has three hearts?
Did you know Santa's first suit was green? The colors, Red, Green and Blue combine to make all other colors.
The letters A, F,H,N,K,Y all have three lines. Yes, they do, look at them closely.

I live these books, they are lively and filled with facts, sure to pique your child's imagination. Be prepared to answer some questions, and to laugh along with your children.

Recommended. 11-14-13
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not interesting and very short, 27 April 2014
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This review is from: Children Book : Number THREE World Facts (Knowledge Book Series)(Boosting Brain Power) (Age 4-10) (Kindle Edition)
I don't find this book interesting at all. 13 very short facts and nothing memorable about them. The ones that are a little more interesting offer hardly any information on the subject. I don't think any parent will read this book more that once and children will get bored quickly.
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