Book Review: Ladybugs have lots of spots

Ladybugs Have Lots of Spots is a book about circles to teach young children. There are a lot of images in the book to help show what is a circle as well as some poems and key words to help children learn.

I received a free e-copy of this book in order to write this review I was not otherwise compensated.

About the Book

Circles can be fat or thin / There can be lot–or one / And round things can be big or small / And learning can be fun.

This innovative new picture book encourages children, through poetry and photographs, to explore the idea of what is round–from the spots on a ladybug’s back to a ring on a finger or a wheel on a bike. Using words such as “dot,” “spot,” “loop,” “hoop,” and “ring,” it shows that round things aren’t all alike, but can be anything!

A perfect companion to Zebra Stripes Go Head to Toe, the simple text and vibrant design of Ladybugs Have Lots of Spotsencourage children to look for and identify similarly shaped objects in their own environments.

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