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Cooper and Me Book Review

Thursday, January 5, 2012

All the child experts agree that reading to your child everyday boosts his educational development. But not all children's books are created equal. I look for several things when I pick out books for my two-year-old: age-appropriateness, phonics, illustrations, and an inspirational message.

The Cooper and Me series of books meet all my requirements and then some. They are written by a child for children, which is probably one of the reasons my daughter is so taken with them. We have been reading Cooper and Me and Cooper and Me and the Winter Adventure for the past week and she never tires of hearing about Cooper the lovable black Labrador Retriever. In Cooper and Me he helps a little girl overcome her anxiety about the first day of school. In Cooper and Me and the Winter Adventure he and his puppy pal must find their way back home in a snowstorm. Both stories are so endearing and teach important life lessons!



Cooper and Me Book Review Cooper and Me and the Winter Adventure Book Review

Reading Cooper and MeMarlie's literary comprehension is advanced for a two-year-old. She prefers we read her books several levels above her age. She really loves the Cooper and Me books and continues to select them for her bedtime stories.

Check out the Cooper and Me online store and give the gift of reading to a special boy or girl in your life! Also Connect with Copper and Me on these social media: 

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Come back January 10-17 for a chance to win a copy of Cooper and Me and the Winter Adventure in the Toast to 2012 Giveaway Hop! 

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2 comments:

Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell said...

So interesting that they were written by a child. I definitely see the appeal in that!

Kim said...

I haven't heard of these. I'll definitely check them out.

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