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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
A Fish Named Bart (The Artt Of Early Learning Series Book 2) by D.A. Batrowny is a cute story for little kids. The book covers how each child undergoes developmental milestones as they grow, and how it varies from person to person. The book reiterates the importance of a parent in the growth of a child and its learning. Being the first teachers of a child, the parents' role in a child's development is crucial. Smart Artt has grown from a baby to a one-year-old and he now tries to help others. He meets Bart the fish and helps it to swim and sparkle. Bart is a toy on his mobile and Smart Artt teaches it to return to water, just like in his Grandpa's story.
I found the story helpful to parents, especially new parents, as it can be used as a tool when it comes to handling kids. The story stresses the importance of parenting, and the tips for eight-month-olds are indeed very useful. It's a good bedtime storybook that parents and grandparents can read to their kids and grandkids. The developmental tips and advice shared by the author through the story of Smart Artt and Bart will definitely guide new parents while bringing up their toddlers. The story has love, warmth and a good message. The pictures are cheerful and colorful and breathe life into the story, scenes and characters, making it more captivating to kids. It is a lovely storybook for children and an excellent tool for parents who are bringing up small kids.