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Things to do this Weekend: Book Review: Do Unto Otters – A Book about Manners

Location: Owl Readers ClubDate: DailyHour: 24 hrsAdmission: FREE Do Unto Otters – A Book about Manners Brought to you by Owl Readers Club Have you heard of the Golden Rule from the famous Socarates? Here comes one with a twist and specially for children to aid them in commiting it to memory! “Do unto otters as as you would have otters do unto you” Do Unto Otters – A Book about Manners is an entertaining book for children (4 and above), offering them an interesting take on social graces. A cleverly written book that features Mr Rabbit’s new neighbours, the Otters and how the animals learn to get along and live together despite their inherent differences. The story also explains the importance of apologizing...

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Things to do this Weekend: The Lion & the Mouse by Jerry Pinkey (Book Review)

Location: Owl Readers ClubDate: DailyHour: 24 hrsAdmission: FREE The Lion & the Mouse by Jerry Pinkey Brought to you by Owl Readers Club A picture says a thousand words as the adage fondly says. What happens when you have a book of many pictures but no words at all?? Well it is definitely not just a picture book! This month, we bring you one of Aesop’s most beloved fabales illustrated by award winning artist, Jerry Pinkey. The Lion & The Mouse is a Caldecott Medal Book. The Caldecott Medal was named in honor of nineteenth-century English illustrator Randolph Caldecott. It is awarded annually by the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association, to the artist of the most distinguished...

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Things to do this Weekend: Read Your Kids a Book (Book Review: From Head to Toe)

Location: Owl Readers ClubDate: DailyHour: 24 hrsAdmission: FREE From Head to Toe by Eric Carle Brought to you by Owl Readers Club   This week, we experiment with something different as we conduct the book review in a video format!  From Head to Toe, is an interactive book about animals and the actions they do! View video for more details! Remember to turn up your volume so that you can hear our young reader too!      Check out From Head to Toe on Owl Reaers Club, the book is available in, English Board Book, Big Sized Paperback and Mandarin Boad Book. You may also enjoy 10% off the price by applying the discount code “OWLBYKIDO10” at checkout.   Remember the books are while stocks last! Till the...

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Things to do this Weekend: Read Your Kids a Book (Book Review: Don't Put Your Finger in the Jelly, Nelly!)

Location: Owl Readers ClubDate: DailyHour: 24 hrsAdmission: FREE Don’t Put Your Finger in the Jelly, Nelly!  by Nick Sharratt Brought to you by Owl Readers Club   It’s never easy when you only have to choose one book for a book review and we were really at a wit’s end as to which book we would feature this month. Thankfully our son decided to “take the matter in his own hands” or “fingers” by his relentless request for us to read the “Jelly” book to him night after night for close to a week now. Don’t Put Your Finger in the Jelly, Nelly! is a book that is almost impossible to review and we would not have even considered reviewing it if not for...

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Things to do this Weekend: Read Your Kids a Book (Book Review: If Your Give a Dog a Donut)

Location: Owl Readers ClubDate: DailyHour: 24 hrsAdmission: FREE If You Give a Dog a Donut  by Laura Numeroff and illustrated by Felicia Bond Brought to you by Owl Readers Club   We are delighted to be invited by BYKidO to provide book reviews of children picture books on a regular basis. For our first inaugural review, we have decided to share with you a book about a Dog and a Donut! If You Give a Dog a Donut is one of the books in the “If You Give …” series written by Laura Numeroff. Simple to read to your little one(s) between 3 to 5 years old and with clean and easy on the eye illustrations, it is no wonder that...

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