Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Little Ones Can Learn About Some of History's Greatest Figures Including Frida, Thanks to the New Wild Bios Line from Silver Dolphin Books (Review)

Disclosure:  I was sent a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All views shared are mine and mine alone.

Silver Dolphin Books - Homepage

Introduce youngsters to some of history's greatest figures 
with the brand new series, Wild Bios

"This unique collection includes biographies with animal twists. From painting with Frida Catlo to stepping onto the Moon with Neil Armswan, children and parents alike will love this unique and fun take on historical figures."

The kind folks at Silver Dolphin Books sent along a copy of the new Friday Catlo board book for me to review, and share with my girls.  My youngest daughter, who is 7 years old, is big into history and learning about figures in history.  She especially loves Frida and Amelia Earhart, so I knew she would be excited to read the Frida Catlo book with me with...and, that she was!  

At first, she wondered what we were going to read, as she said Frida was not a cat.  But, then I told her about this fun new book from the Wild Bios board book series, to help get little ones excited about learning about historical figures like Frida.  As soon as my oldest daughter, who is not into history at all, heard the word "cat" and came running to see what we were talking about.  When she saw the book and the cover art, she was all smiles, and wanted to sit down and hear me read the story.  She had no idea it was about the real Frida, which my youngest daughter likes.  But, as I started to read this animalistic introduction to Frida, she picked up that it was about.  Even though it was a mini biography on Frida and history based, she sat for the story as she liked how a cat was the main character.  She told me after we read the book that she would sit and listen to other bios if they were just like this one.  I couldn't have been more happy to hear this, as I struggle to get her to sit for history lessons and when I introduce new historical figures to the girls as part of our homeschooling.  I guess I will have to pick up more of these Wild Bios books to share with my girls, knowing that they both enjoy them. Not only was the story of Frida easy to read and follow along, but the playful illustrations really kept the girls' attentions, and had them engaged from start to finish.

Learn more about the Wild Bios authors here

You can learn more about this new Wild Bios line by visiting https://www.silverdolphinbooks.com/featured/wild-bios/.  I highly recommend these books, and can't wait to pick up others in the series, to grow our Wild Bios collection.

Disclosure:  I was sent a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All views shared are mine and mine alone.

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