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“In this book there are lots of different things that are dots. On every page there is something that is a dot. I thought that they look more like circles though. I thought a dot was like a period that you put at the end of a sentence. One of the pictures has oranges on a tree, some on the ground, and a guy picking them. One has all of the peas in a peapod. Peas are dots. I like peas but I don’t like the pods. My favorite picture is the last one in the book where it has pictures of everything that has dots that was in the story.”
“Lots of Dots” is a creative book that was a lot of fun to read. My son loved seeing all of the different “dots” that there are in real-life. I, like my son, thought that they were really circles and not technically dots though, especially the larger ones like the tires on a car. Regardless of the terminology used though, we enjoyed the book. After we read it, my son started to notice other “dots” in our house and outside.
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- EARLY READER – AGES 6 TO 8
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