For instance, the word “blind” is defined as follows:
Bartimaeus is blind. Bartimaeus is not able to see at all. The Biblical reference of Mark 10:46-52 is given for this entry.
The word “blind” is in bold-face type in the first sentence and then is defined in the second sentence with the definition also in bold-face type. This is so the reader can see the word being used in the first sentence and see its meaning clearly in the second. Depending on the complexity of the word or phrase, more sentences are used to convey meaning to the reader.
The illustrations are bright and colorful and very kid-friendly like the ones shown on the cover.
What I Like: Everything.
What I Dislike: Nothing.
Overall Rating: Excellent.
Age Appeal: 4-8
Publisher Info: Barbour Publishing, 2011; ISBN: 9781602608924; 256 pages, Paperback, $14.99.
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