Review: What Boys Do

What Boys Do
Author: Jon Lasser
Illustrator: Robert Paul Jr.
Publisher: Magination Press
Ages 3-8

A wonderful alternative to “snips and snails and puppy-dogs’s tails,” What Boys Do, takes us on a journey for the answer to what every boy can do: anything and everything (at least what we should encourage them to do, no?).

Do you reflect on mistakes you made through the day?
Work toward what’s right and what you would say?

With a helpful Reader’s Note provided at the end of the book (a hallmark of Magination Press) providing ways to help boys develop, and written in rhyme (encouraging much needed phonological awareness), this picturebook fills a solid niche spot in your bookshelf.

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My thanks to Magination Press for providing a Review Copy of this book. All opinions provided herein are my own.

More books for this Age Group can be found here and here.

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