Monday, April 7, 2014

"Ladybugs Have Lots of Spots" Children's Book Review

            Hey folks! I have another cute children's book to share with you today. Ladybugs Have Lots of Spots, by Sheryl and Simon Shapiro, combines many of my favorite aspects in young children's books: rhyming, photos of real objects, and educational value. 
            Ladybugs Have Lots of Spots teaches children all about different round objects, including cylinders and spheres! Children learn that many objects can be round, but not all of them are the same. The book includes photographs of such objects as hula hoops, rings, ladybug spots (of course), and more. I love books that help to teach shapes!
            The book also include rhyming which, as I've stated before, I believe helps children remember aspects of books better and what they learned from them. Plus, rhymes are just fun, don't you think?
            I'm also a big fan of children's books that include photos of real objects, places, events, etc. While storybooks that are illustrated are fun and I have nothing against them, I believe children have a better time connecting photos they see in books with what they see in their day to day lives. 
            If you love educational books for toddlers/young children that are written in a way that makes them fun for kids to learn, definitely be sure to check out Ladybugs Have Lots of Spots. You can find it on the publisher's website HERE.

Disclaimer: I received the above e-book for free to review through All opinions expressed within this review are my own and may differ from your own.


  1. Adorable! We are just beginning to find ladybugs here, too. Thank you for sharing this on the Kid Lit Blog Hop. StanleyNKatrina are now following you on twitter and we'll be sharing this post. This books sounds lovely. Have a super week ahead.
    Cool Mom
    for The Stanley & Katrina Gang

  2. Stopping by from the blog hop to say hello. Looks like a great book for little ones. Happy April and Happy Reading!

  3. I just know that my little one will like this one.. she is fascinated by ladybugs :)
    Thanks for sharing on Kidlit Bloghop this week!
    -Reshama @Stackingbooks

  4. I am a fan of children's books that share real photos as well. If you haven't already you should check out the Rachel and Sammy series by Jannifer Powelson. Her's have illustrations and then photos that she actually took. Thanks for sharing this darling book on the hop.

    1. I've not heard of those, but I just looked them up and they look and sound really fun! Thanks so much for sharing. :)