Sunday, February 18, 2018

Book Review: 'Kid's Book: My Grandchild's First Steps' by Orly Assa

Israeli author Orly Assa has two passions - the education of children (she was a teacher for many years specializing in early childhood and the skills of reading, mathematics and music, theater and group dynamics) and art and culture. Now she focuses on writing scripts, producing and directing plays and video films for communities, and documenting stories of individuals and families, capturing on video film their life stories. This book is Book 3 of a series she titles THE GRANDMOTHER TELLS SERIES. Mentol beautifully illustrates her book.

More fun, more discoveries, more terror, and more excitement as Orly Assa delights in the pleasures of watching her grandchild’s first steps progress to walking and moving toward childhood out of infancy. Any one who has had this experience will love this book and restore memories of the past we never want to forget. Excellent light writing and very fine illustrations by Mentol. Grady Harp, December 15

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