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Superkiddo and I had a blast reviewing books for this week’s theme! We discovered new, fun things about fingerprints in children’s books. You might be surprised by the gems we found. All reviews have been written by Superkiddo, with occasional grammatical suggestions from Mommy, and were neither compensated, nor influenced by any vendors. Enjoy!
This Week in Children’s Books: Fingerprints
Ed Emberley’s Complete Funprint Drawing Book
Painting with your fingers doesn’t end in preschool. You can enjoy getting creative, and a little messy at any age. This book contains activities for creating your favorite pictures with fingerprint art. Parents won’t mind if your hands get dirty, and just might join in the fun.
Officer Dan Looks For Clues
Are you interested in the science that helps detectives solve crimes? This book is a kid-sized introduction to forensics, and it might inspire you to solve a few mysteries for yourself. You will learn about fingerprints, as well as many other clues that can be found at crime scenes.
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made
This book celebrates how God created us just they way that He wanted us. We are made in an incredible way, and destined to do great things. Kids and parents will love the illustrations, and the reminders of how much God loves us.
I would love to hear about what you are reading this week. Have you and your young readers discovered something new? Join us each week as we discuss a new theme in children’s books, and feel free to share a few of your own favorites.