January 5, 2021

Book Review: A Winter Walk in the City by Cathy Goldberg Fisherman

Book Title:
A Winter Walk in the City
Author: Cathy Goldberg Fisherman
Genres: Children, Picture Books, Counting, Holidays, Seasonal, Educational
Publisher: Familius
Publisher Date: November 10, 2020 (20 Pages, Board Book)
Age Group: 0-5 year olds
ISBN: 9781641702904
Winter walk in the city.
What do I see?
One glowing menorah.
Two bells on a tree.

Take a walk through the city in winter and experience the sights, sounds, colors, and smells of the multitude of different holidays we celebrate this season. From Hanukkah and Christmas to Mawlid al-Nabi and Chinese New Year, everyone has a reason to celebrate. With simple rhymes, a counting pattern, and stunning papercraft art reminiscent of Ezra Jack Keats, this diverse board book is the perfect introduction to the cultural melting pot that makes the city so special.
Discliamer: I received a copy though a request I made with the publisher and for an honest review. My thoughts and opinions are my own.
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Are you having a hard time finding a good book for your young child? One that will help teach him or her and also with you. I got a book for you. A Winter Walk in the City is worth your time to read to your child or children. It can be read to him or her from when he or she is born to the age of five.

It is a book that will help your child or children learn to count to ten. It also shows you want holidays differently. It got a counting pattern as you read. It also teaches about the different cultural holidays during the winter season.

The pictures are done beautifully. It was one I enjoyed with the bright colors and looking at the illustrations. I even learned a new word in this book. Never heard of it either. You and your child or children and learn together and read together with this book.

A parent or child can reread these books over the year. Read it during the season to learn about the different cultures and what makes living in a city so special. Children may learn about different holidays and their cultures. They will also learn to count to ten or at least try.

You can check My Recommendations page for this book soon
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