Welcome to another
Book Review with MyChild!
Books are critically important in our family – the saying around here goes, “I am always willing to spend money on books and Legos.” As a refresher, MyChild is 7-years-old, in first grade, reads on her own, and her current favorite books to read are the DogMan series and Goosebumps.
I have had the privilege of review a couple Advance Reader Copy books through NetGalley and when I was recently searching for some new books to read, there were a few children’s books available. Of course, I could have just read these on my own and provided a review, but why not involves someone of the intended audience demographic. Here we go.
Disclaimer: I received a complimentary copy of this book from
Capstone Young Readers through NetGalley.
Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.
This book is currently available for pre-order. Publication date is August 1, 2019.
He’s braver. He’s bolder. He’s bigger. And he is a year older! Batman grabs his cape and speeds down the stairs. The hero conquers every birthday task, from decorating to baking the cake. And then he conquers the most important task, celebrating! The team that brought you Bedtime for Batman is back with another energetic picture book. It’s Batman’s birthday, and that’s something everyone can celebrate.
MyChild: It was great!
Mom: Personally, I enjoy matching the characters and activities in the superhero’s panel with the goings-on of the “real-life”/child’s activities. Helping MyChild recognize the parallels can lead to fun conversations about what is similar and what is different.
MyChild: My favorite part was that the pinata looked like the Joker!
The Final Verdict
Our rating: 5 stars
Would we recommend? Yes
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