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Book review: One tiny turtle By Christina Van Starkenburg

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review: One tiny turtle By Christina Van Starkenburg


This is just a cute children's book about a little sea turtle not only can you read this book to your kids but you can color the pictures with them too.

I know a lot of children that like to read and color this would make a great gift for them to have and to add to there book collection.

This book would be great in a classroom for an art class or in a daycare.

The author did an amazing job and what great ideas she had to turn a children's book into a coloring book as well.

I have a lot of cousins that would have loved this book and really enjoy it.

the one tiny turtle book us good for parents and teachers and also grandparents to read to there kids and students.

This book is a sweet story and it is a good way to help your kids be creative and have fun with art and coloring as well as using there imagination.

I  love the under the sea theme too I love animals they live in the ocean it is very creative and I love everything about this book.

I was also thinking that this would be a great little activity book to keep in your bag for road trips doctors visits and vacation as well as going on a plane anywhere you go this will keep your children entertained. 

This is also a great book for children that love being creative and loves to color my little sister started coloring at two years old and she loved it ever since she is a beautiful artist.

I RECEIVED A COMPLIMENTARY COPY OF THE BOOKS FOR THE BOOK REVIEWS ON THIS BLOG BUT WAS NOT REQUIRED TO LEAVE A REVIEW.

ALL OPINIONS ARE MINE.


Enjoy reading Angelika 

You can find more information about this author on her websites

https://www.christinavanstarkenburg.com/

https://www.thebookandbaby.com/


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