Ten Black Dots (Board Book) By Donald Crews

Ten Black Dots (Board Book)
Donald Crews
Greenwillow (2010)
ISBN 9780061857799
Reviewed by Max Aures (age 4) and Mom for Reader Views (07/10)

In the board book “Ten Black Dots,” ten black dots are used to make a variety of things. For example, two dots are used to make up the eyes of a fox and three can make up the features of a snowman’s face.

Max: “I liked counting the dots on each page. It was cool how they used them to make things. My favorite was when they used the dots to make train wheels. I also liked the pennies in the piggy bank page.”

Parent’s comments:

Apparently, “Ten Black Dots” is an updated version of a book with an original copyright date of 1968. I had not heard of this book until now and my son and I truly enjoyed it. The book is educational and encourages creative thinking. We highly recommend it to any young child.

 

 

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