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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Big Shoe Bears and Friends: Counting with Adjectives by Dawn Doig is a fun and interactive learning book that teaches children how to count along with adjectives that are used to describe the Big Shoe Bears and their friends doing various activities. The book is not only about learning to count and learning new adjectives, but will also teach children French and English since it is a bilingual book. Let us join the Big Shoe Bears and their friends and have fun learning new things in an entertaining way.
Counting with Adjectives is perfect to teach children and the illustrations by Dawn Doig add color and life to the book and its characters. Colorful illustrations are always good to have in children's storybooks because they make the book more attractive and appealing and make the concept clear. This is a good book for tutors and parents to use in classrooms and homes to teach children counting and adjectives. Since it is a bilingual book, it reaches out to a wider audience where children learn both English and French. This story will also encourage readers to be well-versed in two languages which will give them an advantage. I enjoyed the author's approach to teaching children numbers. I am sure parents and tutors will also enjoy using this book to introduce youngsters to numbers in an exciting way, thereby making learning entertaining for them.