Two identical toddlers, who could be either boys or girls, enjoy everyday activities described in a rhyming text that one of them narrates. In Park, the twins travel by stroller and bus to a park, where they enjoy the trees, breeze, "doggie," "froggie," swings, seesaw, and sandbox. The words are simple and pleasing, while Williams' charming pencil drawings, washed with gentle colors, are even more appealing. Still, who is the audience? Both books, part of the Ready-to-Read series, are written in very short words and phrases usually associated with kindergarten and first grade, but kids of that age won't find the action of much interest. These probably can be used with some three-year-olds for word recognition; reading them aloud to toddlers is the first choice for use.
Paperback, 32 Pages