Best Review Childrens Books: Laugh A Lot Limericks & Really Ridiculous Rhymes Volume 1 (kid's Books, Picture Books, Rhyming Books, Preschool Books, Kids Books, Ages 2-10, Bedtime Story):
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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. ... into poetry but I thought this would be something nice to share with my 10 year old By A. Davis I am not really into poetry but I thought this would be something nice to share with my 10 year old. We really enjoyed it. Reading it together was really nice and was a nice way to introduce us both to a different style of writing. We enjoyed this book. Great Job!
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Quite a refreshing approach on limericks. By Alan Lee Quite a refreshing approach on limericks. Had a good laugh and really appreciate how the author took his time and effort in writing them down for us to enjoy. Good work!
0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Laugh-a-lot Limericks and really ridiculous rhymes(volume 1) by Rob Cole is an funny rhyme book. By BookReadand Team This book is an enjoyable, read to young kids. I read this book to a bunch of kids , my nephew and his friends . They were in fits of laughter. They tried to memorize the lines, so that, they can share the rhymes to their friends, the next day in school.The poet had used simple words and yet could create interesting rhymes for the kids. I would recommend this book to parents and teachers, to read in class rooms and in bedtime to small kids, to have fun . The red-bee poem and the wheel poem is an instant hit. There is also a poem for kindle books. When we read out the poems, the little curious minds are asking and grasping so much information along with the poems. Each poem has its own charm and the author has done justification in engaging the young minds and gave unexpected twists in the poems. A lovely read.Its a Good effort from a first timer. Would expect more in the second book. I got a free copy of this book for review
This unique translation traces the Hebrew and Aramaic origins of the Books of Enoch. The Translator hopes that acknowledging the Hebrew and Aramaic origins of these books can help us better understand their contents. From the title page:Translated out of the Aramaic fragments: With the Greek...
For the first tie, the major books making up the body of Enochian literature are presented to the public in a single volume. This volume contains copious notes and commentaries designed to guide the reader through the difficulties of language, theology, and mystical references. It is a necessary...