Book Review and Giveaway: Rock & Rhino Learn Responsibility. Ends Sept 14th
Rock and Rhino Learn Responsibility by Margie Taylor Lisbona & Brock Pfannenstiel illustrated by JP Roberts.
Have YOU ever met a “Rhino?” Have you ever witnessed a child who is being unmanageable and out of control? Perhaps you’ve seen this “Rhino” in an airport, restaurant, public event or even in their own home. If your answer is a resounding “YES,” then this book series is made just for you!
The tired and frustrated parent/guardian is ready for a better way of “training up” their children, overcoming behavioral and organizational issues. A voice to help guide them along the way. The first book in the series is “Rock & Rhino Learn Responsibility.” This book offers an exciting and engaging way for kids to have fun and learn at the same time.
The book is divided into three parts showcasing the lovable and quirky Rock & Rhino demonstrating fun and easy examples of what to do, and what not to do, in everyday childhood situations. The third part of the book is for “adults only.” This will give you a “Treasure Trove” of information, plus the tools needed to fix the inappropriate behavior. The result will be happier kids and parents! The ultimate goal is for your children to be “ROCKSTARS” and not “Whiney Rhineys!”
My Review: Rock and Rhino Learn Responsibility is the first book of the ten book series by Margie Taylor Lisbona.
This is a self help book of responsibility and organizational skills for parent and child. The author uses the character Rhino and Rock to show children the important of responsibility.
Rhino is a Rhinoceros who is always having problems being organized and responsible. He rather plays outside with his friends than take the trash out. His toys are all over the house and his room is always a mess that that he has problem finding things he needs. And because he doesn’t listen to his parents he has to do timeout which makes him unhappy. Unlike his friend Rock the Chicken, Rock is always happy, his father and mother teaches him how to be organized. His room is always clean and his toys and books are neatly put away. He knows that he has to do his chores before he goes outside to play. The author also listed a few things parents can teach their child. The illustrations by JP Roberts help tell the story. I highly recommend this book for parents and classroom teaching.
Ages: 4 -8
FTC Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from the author in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any way.
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