Monday, July 10, 2017

Giggly Bear's Fun Trip in the Yellow Bus by Kelly Santana-Banks


Title: Giggly Bear's Fun Trip in the Yellow Bus
Author: Kelly Santana-Banks
Published: June 29, 2017
Publisher: RBTB 
Genre: Children ages 2 on up
Review: ebook provided by author
Buy Links: Amazon, 

Did you know that children are safer riding the yellow school bus than in their parent's vehicle?
Climb aboard and hear Giggly Bear and his friends teach kids valuable lessons on how to ride the school bus safely.
Giggly Bear's Fun Trip in the Yellow Bus is the third book in the series Let's Learn while Playing.
Children 2-6 year old will rhyme away to safety while learning new concepts and building vocabulary in this fun yellow ride.

We received this book to give an honest review.

This was an okay book for A and I to read. When riding in a school bus you should always be safe and follow the rules that are given to you by the teacher and the bus driver. Giggly Bear and his classmates are headed to the Funfair in a bus! 
The teacher goes over the rules and safety for everyone to hear Giggly Bear listens but it seems his friend doesn't. 
A thought the book was boring and wanted to know what did they see at the funfair. Which then she told me about her riding on a bus at school and what she got to do, but they did not have seat belts. 

I think the author could do away with the repeating of the same phase, it just didn't work for me. I would have liked the author to also maybe include what everyone saw while on the bus. Did they see other cars when passing, or maybe different buildings? I know it might sound silly as this book is about safety and not what the bears saw around them. 

Kelly Santana-Banks
Kelly Santana-Banks is a writer of nonfiction and children’s books, and a former early childhood teacher and caregiver. When she was young, she loved to play teacher with her sister, cousins, and neighbors. As a young adult, she never considered teaching as a career, but little did she know that her childhood make-believe would pave the way to what would become her passion. With more than ten years of experience working with children and a strong background in child development, she is an advocate for education, especially in early childhood. She writes fun stories to entertain and teach children as well as help parents find simple solutions for their little ones’ lives. You can find more about her or connect on her site Reviews by The Banks. You can also connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest.

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