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Reviewed by Michelle Robertson for Readers' Favorite
Emily-Rose's Day at the Farm, written by Ms Simone Da Costa, is a delightful children's animal-themed pictorial book that introduces young readers to the concepts of listening and learning through a charming story containing farm chores and farm animals. Emily loves to visit her Grandma on her farm. Her favorite thing to do is watch her Grandma feed all the animals. She would love nothing more than to feed the animals herself, but her Grandma says the animals are too "rambunctious." Today Emily will experience the true meaning of her grandmother's statement and the word "rambunctious," when she finally gets to feed the farm animals.
Ms Simone Da Costa has written a wonderful interactive teaching resource for educators, libraries, and parents to utilize. The story plot allows children to gain knowledge of all the different animals that exist on a farm, what they eat, and their behaviors. A reader can expect to learn a new vocabulary word, "rambunctious," in a fun and interactive way when reading Emily-Rose's Day at the Farm. Young readers will gain a visual image of what each individual animal looks like with the creatively and simply designed illustrations and become acquainted with the sounds each different animal makes as they read the easily comprehensible story, and learn about the eating habits and favorite foods of each animal on the farm. With its beautifully illustrated pictures, interactive story plot, and learning exercises at the close of the story, Emily-Rose's Day at the Farm is sure to become a favorite of adult and youthful readers.