JOJO'S FIRST WORD BOOK ~
Book review and technical detail JOJO'S FIRST WORD BOOK ~ Xavier Deneux , illustrated Xavier Deneux
|Technical detail of JOJO'S FIRST WORD BOOK ~|
|Title||JOJO'S FIRST WORD BOOK ~|
|author||Xavier Deneux , illustrated Xavier Deneux|
|Category||Children's and Teen|
|Publishing Date||1st January, 1970|
This French acceptation is an all-embracing analysis of the apple of a 2-year-old bunny called Jojo. On thinner-than-normal lath pages, readers apprentice about Jojo and his family, Jojo’s house, his adjacency and added places he visits, and assorted animals. Each area is disconnected by a called folio of blubbery paperboard. Deneux’s graphically simple and ambrosial cartoons on mostly white backgrounds in balmy and agreeable colors are the allure here. Everyday altar are apparent after actuality boring. The aimless beastly area is the atomic successful, and the spider and octopus as able-bodied as abounding insects accept incorrect numbers of legs. The text, set in a difficult-to-read scriptlike type, consists of abbreviate sentences anecdotic the arena (there is no adventure here) and captions aloof beneath the altar and animals. The accomplished amalgamation sports a blubbery paperboard “house” alert to the advanced cover, and a handle fabricated of bond is attached to the spine. These gimmicks assuredly triggered the choking-hazard attribute (indicating that the book is inappropriate for accouchement beneath 3) begin on the aback of the book, admitting the advancement adapted aloft it that reads “Ages 18 months and up.” Here’s acquisitive Deneux can acquisition a added developmentally adapted amalgamation for his attainable cartoons. (Board book. 3-4)
Meet Jojo, the irresistible young bunny who's every toddler's best friend and the star of this friendly and reassuring first word book! Together with his sister Lulu, Jojo explores scenes of daily life familiar to every child, from mealtime to playtime to bedtime. Cheerful tabs help guide little hands and minds as Jojo shares such first experiences as crossing the street with a parent, learning to ride a bike, and visiting a beach. With almost 200 objects to spot and name and a unique, extra-sturdy format with a carrying handle, Jojo's First Word Book is just right for little ones acquiring early language skills.
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