Moving Circles: Baby Einstein
Disney, 2010 (2010)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
his novelty book presents a challenge to readers nine months and older. Although the exceptionally thick pages will allow little fingers to grasp and turn the pages of this board book quite easily, moving the
on each page is much more of a challenge.
he theme of the book is the
one finds in everyday life. These range from a full moon, a pancake, a ball and a snowman's head to bicycle wheels, car tires and balloons. With lots of help from mom and dad, the child will have to move each page up and down and back and forth to see each featured
object flip from one viewing window to another.
ven though the color illustrations are appealing and the idea of identifying things that are in the shape of a circle seems worthwhile, I have to say moving the circles about on each page is a bit of a pain.
ould I purchase this book for my own child? Probably not! There are better books in this series and this one had me going in circles.
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