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Mommy: I Hurt My Rump-A-Doodle is an educational book for small children. intended to develop close and attentive reading skills that help children enjoy and understand literature better, actively seek that which builds knowledge, enlarges experience, and broadens worldviews, and increases performance in critical reading. 

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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Mommy: I Hurt My Rump-A-Doodle by Sharon Brandon is an educational book for small children. Divided into four sections, the book is intended to develop close and attentive reading skills that help children enjoy and understand literature better, actively seek that which builds knowledge, enlarges experience, and broadens worldviews, and increases performance in critical reading necessary to absorb the large amount of information available in print and digitally. The first section has information on how to read and study, the second section encourages students to participate by drawing out what the captions state, the third section shows the students adding pictures to the captions, and the fourth and final section has students writing their own story and drawing their own pictures. The book is an excellent tool for all small children to develop their reading, writing, listening, speaking, and comprehension skills.

I found the book informative and useful to all students as it helps them to grow and develop their thinking and creativity at many levels. The illustrations are adorable and they will put a smile on the faces of young readers. It is definitely a must-have in school and children’s libraries because of its educational content, and parents can include it in their child’s personal collection of books at home. It is a fun read and the activities and interactive session in the book will teach children new things and help them enhance their vocabulary. More books like this need to be written for children to enable their growth and development during the initial years.

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