Friday, 23 May 2014

Lenny series by Ken Wilson-Max

 Review by The Mole

In this series of early reader/picture books we meet Lenny doing things that children do. In "Where's Lenny" he plays hide and seek with his dad and we meet his family, his pets and the different rooms in his house so exploring quite a range of vocabulary. The pages of each book are quite robust and feel quite durable against sticky fingers and even feel like they would take a wipe down when necessary. The colours chosen are bright and the drawings are cartoon-like without being too simplistic.
When any child goes to nursery school for the first time they are likely to find it a bit daunting - no matter how well you try to prepare them but in "Lenny Goes to Nursery School" we see, and can show, youngsters that nursery is fun with lots to do and friends to make.

There are also a couple of other books in the series: "Lenny Has Lunch" and "Lenny In The Garden" and all can equally be shared, read aloud or simply be an early reader.

A really nice collection of books.

Publisher - Frances Lincoln
Genre - Picture Book, early reader

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