#RWYK Certified Great Read #Review – Honey in the Woods written by Miso Agogo – Illustrated by Kade Norman
Hey there! We’re so excited and proud to announce that Honey in The Woods by Miso Agogo has been named a Reading with Your Kids Certified Great Read. Miso’s book teaches kids in a fun and interactive way, you may recall Miso was a great guest on our podcast on January 24, 2018.
At ReadingwithYourKids, we LOVE reading children’s book and recommending the best books for your kids that will get them reading like crazy. That’s the biggest reason why we started Placing a Reading With Your Kids Certified Great Read seal on books or products we think will tell the parents, grandparents, educators, and caregivers that they are giving their kids the very best. So we hope you and your family enjoy reading Honey in The woods as much as we did!
Let’s have a look at the Book Blurb
Honey in the Woods puts an urban twist on a timeless story, Goldilocks and the Three Bears. It’s a current depiction of a child’s curiosity.
The book is a beautiful and interactive mix of storytelling, coloring, vocabulary and Spanish. It also touches on friendship and the affects of parenting dynamics.
More about Miso Agogo
Miso Agogo is a published poet, songwriter, and now new author of her first children’s book, “Honey in the Woods.”
A Florida and Georgia native, Miso (pronounced Me-so) currently lives in Killeen, Texas as a proud Army wife and mother. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in English, Creative Writing and Drama. Miso loves to travel the world and currently works as a freelance editor helping other authors and businesses achieve excellence during the publishing process.
Miso is available for school/daycare visits, community events, book festivals, and writer/editor workshops so kids and adults can get feedback and make their great work, greater.
Where can you find Miso Agogo on the internet?
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Why should learning another language be started at a young age?
Simply, the younger the learner, the better they are at mimicking new sounds and adopting pronunciation. And before children become self- conscious they can try out their newly acquired languages without fear of embarrassment.
Although as much language exposure as possible is best, even a small amount can have tremendous benefits! Today, I’m sharing a wonderful children’s picture book that will help ignite that curiosity about discovering new vocabulary and learning a foreign language that will help build your child’s vocabulary and broaden their view of the world and that book is Honey in the Woods.
Honey in the Woods written by Miso Agogo and illustrated by Kade Norman is a lively retelling of a timeless tale of “Goldilocks and the Three Bears” with enough twists and turns to keep readers guessing until the very end. As I read this book, I was impressed by the vocabulary and the usage of Spanish words that are embedded throughout the story in a fun way that makes language learning fun for younger readers while at the same time helping them to develop a rich vocabulary.
Honey in The woods follows a little girl named Honey who goes out into the woods alone in search of the perfect flower for her mother and discovers a cute cottage nestled inside the woods that is home to three little bears and their parents. Through Honey’s adventurous journey into the woods, we are introduced to a new Spanish word on each page with their definitions made clear within the text and a list of words and their meanings are also included on the final page of the story. The book has pages for the kids to read Spanish words, and color the cute little characters from this book.
This book really celebrates just how neat it is to know new words and how they help you to expand your intelligence. I love the concept of bilingual books like this so that’s where much of my appreciation comes from. Black and white illustrations are absolutely fantastic and really help to support the text. Wonderful book to introduce Spanish to younger kids and a great way to incorporate more diversity in any classroom library.
Gorgeous illustrations. A great retelling of a popular tale!
A must read! Such a cute concept of mixing in the Spanish words, adding coloring pages at the end to encourage creativity among kids and making learning a fun experience. Wonderful and fun story with a message of friendship at the end. Illustrations are fun as well. Sure to enchant readers of all ages however I highly recommend for first to third graders.
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