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Review: What Your Preschooler Needs to Know

I really enjoy What Your Preschooler Needs to Know. It has a lot of classic poems, nursery rhymes as  well as little stories from history and a bit of science. My daughter enjoys just snuggling up and reading the book together. I like how the history and science are not overwhelming for a young child. The illustrations are bright and big to help engage the children even more. Definitely, recommend and will continue with What Your Kindergartener Needs to Know. This book is also a great way to get your kiddos up and moving. My daughter love dance around to all the songs the book has.


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