Tongue Twisters For Girls by Honeysuckle Hale – Review
Tongue Twisters For Girls by Honeysuckle Hale – Reviewed by Sharon
Author – Honeysuckle Hale
Release Date – 6th February 2016
I received a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
Say this the fastest! – “Willow wound the winding windmill real well.”
Can your brain handle the twisty, turvy – swirly, twirly and more flubberty jumbling of your tongue?
Join a porcupine, fairies and a cartwheeling kitten on this tongue twistering reading adventure!
Tongue twisters are a fun and independently gratifying reading tool for children to learn word structure, word sound and word retention through repetition.
Madeline-esque illustrations accompany young readers as they go through oh-so-fanciful phrases, whimsical sentences and rhythmic jaunts for hours of giggling stand-alone fun!
I tried out this book with my 10 year old daughter. We had a competition to see who could say the tongue twisters the fastest and I think she won!
The book is bright and colourful with bold illustrations and attracts a child’s attention. There is one tongue twister per page.
We had a great fun trying out these rhymes, but I do not feel that it is a book that we would return to. Some of them are really challenging and funny and I am sure that it would appeal to younger children who would want to try out the rhymes over and over again.
Reviewed by Sharon
Born in Kansas near the yellow brick road in the land of tornadoes, and lassoed the tail of a gust into the Windy City, where I currently reside.
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