Mom has one of those jobs where she does a lot of different projects for the company. One project she does is road safety education. She works for an automotive company (duh we live near Detroit). I am the mascot for one of her sponsored programs and am known as Road Safety Kid. When we heard about this book, we knew we had to order it.
This book is awesome. You learn about vehicle safety and the history of how they tested car safety. You learn what brakes do (Dad works for a brakes company). You learn about airbags and seatbelts and even future concepts. They even talk about mirrors and backup cameras.
Mom thinks this book is pretty cool. She is going to share it with her road safety friends. I think this is really interesting. I don’t know many kids into road safety like I am but kids who are curious how things work would like this book. Kids who like engineering will like it. I think adults should read this book to remember why they need to wear their seatbelts and use mirrors.
It is funny because on Tuesday I read a story about the history of windshield wipers.
I think this book is awesome and should join the kid education on pedestrian and bike safety.
During free comic book day, we got a copy of Ghost Hog. At TCAF, we met Joey Weiser and got a full sized copy of Ghost Hog. The free comic book day is a little different than the book.
Ghost Hog is a graphic novel about a Hog is also a ghost. It is a girl named Truffles. Her nickname is Truf. The book is about her adventures as a ghost. She has to deal with something that is not so nice (The Hunter).
It was fun to read. I recommend this to kids who like ghosts and kids who like adventures.
This is the story about a girl who wants her dad to read to her but she has to read to her dad. The girl tells her dad a story about TyrantoCrankaTsuris. She is a cranky dinosaur like my sister in the mornings. (Oops hopes she doesn’t read her own blog). She is having a hard time making friends.
I read this all by myself. I recommend it to cranky kids. Second graders will like it. It was a fun book to read.
The First Men Who went to the Moon by Rhonda Gowler Greene
Illustrated by Scott Brundage
Book Source: purchased at book event
The Astronaut who painted the moon by Dean Robbins
Illustrated by Sean Rubin
Book Source: sent for review by Scholastic
Book Status: available May 28, 2019
Reviewer – Little Brother
This is the amazingly awesome Astronaut loving little brother taking over the blog to share about two Astronaut books.
The First Men Who went to the Moon is about space and the first lunar landing. It talks about their prep, landing and how people reacted. There are Moon facts in the book too.
This book would be good for kids who want to learn about space and going to the Moon. This year is the 50th anniversary of the moon landing so now would be a good time to learn about it. Second grade classes could use this book! I read it by myself!
The Astronaut who painted the moon is about Alan Bean. He was the fourth man to land on the moon. He was also an artist. When he got back to Earth, he painted what he saw on the moon.
This would be a good book for art classes to talk about the moon landings. Mom says it is also a good way to show how you can use art to share an experience. I think this book would be good in classes.
The two books go together really well. I am adding them to my space shelf with the book by Buzz Aldrin! I like space and hope to go one day.
Last year I met an Astronaut when we were at Kennedy Space Center.
This is a very funny book. It is very silly to think of two dogs going to school and the teacher not noticing. My teacher sees everything. I know because I get in trouble a lot for no reason.
The dogs go to school because they want to rescue their human. They find school to be fun so stay. The music teacher thinks they are good singers. One even talks like a person. I do not think my principal would two dogs in a trench coat coming to school. I also think she would know they are dogs.
Kids who are not enjoying school would like this book. It makes school seem fun. I also think kids starting to read chapter books would like this. I have been reading it by myself and sometimes with an adult.
Lots of books show up for Bridget every week. Sometimes I steal them because I want mail. She is starting to let me read picture books first. This is one I got first!
This shark really wants friends. He doesn’t always make good choices in how he is a friend. That makes it hard for the people who would be his friend. In this book, he has to deal with eating a friend at the end of the last book. He is trying to make it up.
This is fun to read out loud. It is silly to think of a shark trying to make friends. It is silly to think about eating a friend. I hope someone reads this book out loud at school.