My books reviews
Updated: Aug 7, 2020
This little coloring book about numbers is a great tool for parents to use to engage their children in a fun way to love numbers. I loved the clever faces and shapes. As a teacher and children's storybook illustrator myself, I couldn't wait to dive in with my markers and enjoy the adventure finding sums with the children in my life. A fun way to supplement what kids learn at school!
There aren't any coloring books in the marketplace that combine coloring with learning about numbers. This coloring book can be used to introduce young children to numbers and the different ways to get the same sum or use it as a pleasant way to reinforce classroom learning.
This coloring book is so cute. My neighbors children were kept entertained for a couple of hours, as was I. Sat at the table with them, shared cookies and crayons. The little one kept counting the cookies! Highly recommend this book as a learning tool.
What a great way to learn math! Ronit engages both sides of the brain in this amazing coloring book - adding creativity to the traditional left-brain learning. Super tool for kids.
This is a nicely illustrated colouring book that looks at how numbers from 1 to 20 can be added and multiplied together to get the same result. A fun way to teach basic mathematics concepts and some of the larger numbers are a good stretch for the age range.
What a fun series for making math facts fun! Great pictures and an entertaining approach make these math books fun and educational.
This is a cute coloring book that young artists will have hours of fun with. The book includes some advanced concepts in the last few pages with activity sheets on even and prime numbers, so it will appeal to more advanced math students as well as younger kids.
Math is always more fun in colouring books. This book deals with numerals 1-20. There is one array for each numeral for your child to colour, and 2-4 number sentences corresponding to each numeral. You need to sit with your child to show that one array can be divided differently, as there are no instructions on the pages.
Reviewed By Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite 5 Stars The Adventures of the Numbers: Part 4 - Addition and Subtraction by Ronit Tal Shaltiel is an interactive and educational book for children where math is presented in a fun way. The book has numbers from one to ten and for kids who are beginning to learn math and numbers, this book is good to read. Children can color the numbers and the objects representing the numbers, making learning exciting and interesting. They also learn that there is more than one way to get the same result. All the math exercises in the book relate to numbers and objects and it is not only educational, but will also make young readers think.
This book is the perfect way to teach math and numbers one to ten to children who are starting to learn numbers. The coloring part and the exercises are fun to do, yet they teach children in a manner that learning becomes interactive and not a tiring and boring experience. It is an excellent book for classroom math learning and can be used by parents as well at home to teach their children math and the many ways to get one result. Books like this are good tools to make learning a fun experience and children will love to color the numbers and objects, making the concept of addition and subtraction look easy. The coloring part also gives them the opportunity to show their imagination and creativity. It is a must-have book in homes where there are children who are going to start school as it helps parents to teach in a way that learning math.
I found this book to be a spectacular educational tool. The kids can color in the book,which is really cool. My child enjoys to learn in fun ways and this book is definitely fun. The book shows various ways of getting the same answer. Its truly a fun way to show a child addition and subtraction.
Math is tons of fun when it's presented and taught in a fun way. A full understanding of number sense is expected of children at their age appropriate level. That's exactly what this book provides. The drawings are fun to color, and they bring lots more educational material to a child's mind than a simple coloring book offers. A parent's responsibility is to introduce their child to seemingly hard subjects with the proper choice of instruction. This book presents and teaches numbers in a fun and exciting way. This book is a good parent choice to provide their children with a fun way to learn about numbers.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review
This is a Christmas coloring book that is good for children or anyone who likes Christmas. I liked the pictures that it included. My favorite was the Santa Claus group. I think the Christmas designs in this coloring book are unique, and give it an interesting edge that makes it more unique than some other coloring books.
Cynthia English reviewed Where are the number ?: Children's book ages 3-7 (The adventures of the numbers 1)
Love it September 10, 2016
Cindy English's granddaughter age 10 love it perfect for ages 3-6 =) Great pictures bright and eye popping kids will love it😻
Bright, colorful and cheerful numbers book for small children August 23, 2016 This bright, colorful and cheerful book is a good way to introduce small children to numbers. These numbers play and have fun with their friends. I loved the bunnies and penguins.
The author creates a story line revolving around the number one, who is lonely because he doesn't have playmates. So he goes off in search of the number two. As the story progresses the chain of number friends increases as the previous numbers search for the next number in the series. After number one has found numbers two through nine, they all search for zero
Children are introduced to different ways of adding numbers together as the story evolves. Parents will need to be involved in explaining this part of the story. Shaltiel varies the setting and the seasons. Readers visit the beach, desert, the sea, and the city, to mention a few. In my opinion, the random choice of stock images and the variation in the size of the text is a minor weakness. Overall, the colors are vibrant and the number characters appealing.
Parents and teachers who are interested in introducing preschoolers to the concept of numbers and addition will find this book an interesting way to do so. As a bonus, the author offers a free coloring book.
beautiful book, very colorful and written for children. I enjoyed reading it to my grandchildren and seeing faces light up at each turning of the pages.I recommend this book to anyone with children in the house.
This is a fun little book about a group of numbers (zero through nine) who go on a trip around the world together. The photos of the different places are awesome. The numbers are repeated through out the book, which helps kids who are learning how to count.
I especially enjoyed the fact there are facts given about each place the numbers visit. The quotes of things the numbers say is a nice touch.
I would have like to see the numbers alternate between he and she, so if I were to read it out loud I would probably verbally edit that. Other than that, the book is perfect.
This is a perfect book for introducing children to the concept of subtraction as well as exposing them to places they may have never seen. It's almost like a combination of a math and social studies lesson. A great picture book.
October 21, 2018
The concept for this book is great—for kids to learn about math together with social studies. Number 10 goes on a trip and travels to various places in New York and Pennsylvania. In each place he asks the locals about the history. They tell him to visit certain historical sites which he does. There isn’t much in depth information about the places, but kids will learn some geography. The math is inserted into speech bubbles and contains simple addition up to 10. I found the images and fonts to be rudimentary, but they are bright and should appeal to kids nonetheless.
October 19, 2018
This Halloween book has lots of activities for young children. There are Halloween pictures to color, counting from one to ten with pictures, and fun mazes to solve.