Andrew is keeping “Summer Brain” at bay by working in a workbook for his grade level and also he’s reading more. I took Andrew with me to my Krav Maga class to watch because his class was right afterwards. He brought along a Summer Reading book and was able to get through several chapters before it was time for his class. I was very impressed with how much he read. He barely wanted to put the book down. I had to make him take his nose out of it as we walked across the parking lot, though. He’s reading a Boxcar Children book.
I received a beautiful copy of the book, Believe: A POP-UP BOOK OF POSSIBILITIES by Robert Sabuda for free to review as part of my “Read to Me, Dad!” Review series. Opinions are my own.
I really liked the intricacies of this book coupled with the simple inspirational message. this is a wonderful book to give to someone for their graduation. Or to anyone who needs some inspiration in their life. Full description of the book would be:
“All of life’s possibilities are just a page turn away in this beautiful pop-up book from renowned paper artist Robert Sabuda. Phrases and images evoking potential (an acorn, an egg, a paper airplane) are answered by a glorious 3-D image on the following spread (a towering tree, a flock of birds, a rocket soaring upward). An ideal gift for graduates from kindergarten to college and beyond, Believe is the perfect way to celebrate life’s passages and look forward to new horizons.”
This is a wonderful pop-up book. You can see it in my review video below.
You can enter to win one plus a cop of Robert’s earlier work Encyclopedia Prehistorica : Dinosaurs.