Required Reading

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Thursday, September 1, 2016

Mr. Waldorf Travels to the Great State Of Texas by By Barbara Terry, Beth Ann Stifflemire and Vladimir Kirichenko

 As picture books for children go this offers more than just a pleasant reading experience.   This is the beginning of a series and said series provides information and education in a very entertaining and painless manner.   In addition, the oft used but still extremely effective act of, including a lost or hidden object turns the reading experience into a game.

This specific book deals with a visit to Texas where Mr. Waldorf, a walking upright and talking Golden Labrador, discovers the sights and sounds of travel.  Another feature that I particularly like is that the authors infuse the love of reading into Mr. Waldorf's character.  Encouraging children to read should be a goal of every author. 

I recommend the book.

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