I was asked if I might be interested in reviewing some of The Clever Tykes Books
Clever Tykes is a series of children’s storybooks promoting important life skills and characteristics by providing positive entrepreneurial role models
This is not the normal sort of thing I do on my blog as they are more suited to slightly older than my children ideally 5 to 11years olds (mine are 2 and 4 years) but I have read them to my children and lent them out to some of my Brownies and Guides
The books I was asked to review were
Walk it Willow is about a girl who starts a dog walking business
Change it Cho opens up a fuit stall
Code it Cody creates his own computer game
If you want a more detailed summary of each book it can be found on their website here
The books were well written, with lots of pictures between the text to break it up, as I mentioned it definitely wasn’t suited to my 2 year old, but it was never intended for that age.
However even though they are aimed at 5years upwards my just turned 4 year old was interested in them and happy to sit and listen to a few chapters at a time.
The Brownies and Guides that borrowed the books all loved them, so probably the best way to tell you what they thought is just to let you know what they saidWow – I love dogs, this is just the job I want to do, can I really do it?
the pictures are really cute
it’s made me start thinking more about what I want to do when I’m older
I loved the picture of the shopkeeper, it was funny.
The girls all loved the books and the Guides have decided next term that they want to spend some time looking at what things they might be able to do both now and in the future
This post is a review of Clever Tykes Books, I was provided a free copy of each books. All opinions are my own or those of members of my Brownie and Guide unit.