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Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite
Three Sea Shells by Debra Benson is a cute little storybook for kids that will introduce them to a lot of novel concepts; walking on the beach, the ocean and picking up colorful sea shells. The story also teaches them about colors in a beautiful way so that the experience will always remain in their memories. In this story, readers see Jadan going to the beach with his father and sister. As he is enjoying the breeze and the beauty of the waves splashing, he sees a shell. His dad asks him to pick it up and, as the story progresses, all three of them find shells.
It is the perfect book to introduce small kids to colors. Kids become familiar with the colors pink, green and red by the time the story is finished. The story is simple but nicely executed, and it makes the concept very clear. The book will make a good bedtime storybook and can also be read out to kids in libraries for read aloud sessions. Along with the three colors, kids also learn more about the charm of walking on the beach, the ocean, the waves and the sea breeze. Though short and simple, kids will find the book educational and informative. It is helpful in teaching them about the new things that are there in our daily lives and which they haven't yet experienced. On the whole, a charming book for small kids who are getting into reading and learning for the first time.