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Three by Tia Perkins
"Three!" is a funny little rhyming book about what it's like to spend a day with a preschooler - from getting themselves dressed to making a big mess! With beautiful illustrations (complete with dinosaurs, trains and superheroes) and a catchy story that both parents and kids can enjoy again and again, this is a must-have for your children's book collection. amazon get it add to goodreads  


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Praise for the Book "Tia has done it again. Great fun reading this and talking it through with little ones. The art is fun just to look at, the words are fun to read and even more fun to read aloud. If you like reading to or teaching reading to little ones, this is a great addition to any collection." "If you have raised a three-year-old or spent any amount of time with one, you'll be nodding your head in recognition as you turn the pages of this on-the-spot book by Tia Perkin. The youngster in this book is a dynamo with no let up from sun up to sun down. Up at 6:30 wanting breakfast, getting dressed by himself, making a commotion in the grocery, fighting nap time, potty then no potty, need a drink of water, want cheese, want grapes, playing pirate - and on and on and on until to mom's relief he's asleep. This is a fun little book for parent and child alike with its zany, expressive graphics and three-year-old antics." "This is the perfect follow up to Two! It's is more in depth than Two! while having the same fun rhyming story as the first one. As always, the art is top notch! Must buy for anyone who wants a fun entertaining read for their toddler."  

My Review: I have loved reading "Two" to our toddler, it's so fun to see just how much of the craziness happens in our own lives. There are several parts that he loves and there are several of the things that happened in that one that have also happened in our lives. So I was way excited to see that there's now a book called "Three"! This book is also great! I love the way that Tia Perkin has written these books. There is a huge cute picture with only a few words per page. It's perfect for reading to our little people with short attention spans. I love the way each of the illustrations depicts the situation in a humorous way. This is a book that we will read over and over again to our little guy. He already asks for it each time he sees my Kindle Fire.

I was sent an e-copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Tia Tia Perkin is a three-time Emmy-Nominated Graphic Artist turned stay-at-home mom and freelancer. Her first children's book, "Two!", was written for her now four-year-old twin sons - partially as a gift and partially as a coping mechanism for a double-helping of toddler hijinx! She is continuing on the series and has just released "Three!".

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