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Reviewed by Kim Anisi for Readers' Favorite
If you ever had problems with remembering how to tie a tie or if you'd like your kids to have a head-start with it, then Learn To Tie A Tie With The Rabbit And The Fox: Story with Instructional Song by Sybrina Durant is the ideal solution. It's a little colourful book intended for kids but adults with an open mind will also find it very useful.
In Learn To Tie A Tie With The Rabbit And The Fox, you are taken through a story about a cute rabbit who suddenly finds himself opposite a fox. And of course that's not a good thing for a rabbit, so off he runs. The course of the adventure is accompanied by instructions on how to tie a tie and the story helps the reader with remembering how to do it, i.e. if you remember the little story, it's also easier to remember the right steps in tying a tie - and if you're like me and don't have to tie a tie that often, you know how easy it is to forget.
Even though it has been quite a while since I was a kid, I found the little book amusing and I am quite sure that it'll be easier for me to remember how to tie a tie when I think back to the story. This will probably be the end of me having to look up videos on YouTube. The illustrations are also very cute. The only minor problem I had was the font that was being used, I didn't like it that much - but that's not a big deal as it is the story behind the words and the usefulness you can get out of this book that counts.