This was a pretty decent book. It is all about when kids hit that magical year three. When they start to do various different things that they didn’t do when they were 2 years old.
From talking about their days, to rescuing plushies, to saying their abcs, it was definitely a fun book to read even though I have no kids. I have worked at a kindergarten/creche, so that really helped with reading this book. I can still remember how much of a change they go through at that age. Slowly they are getting ready to go to school, each day they do something new that they didn’t do the previous day.
I loved the last page and what was said there:
“You are three, and everything is changing so quickly.
But what will never, ever change is our love for you.”
I do have to remove one star for the illustrations. It seemed like a mix of photographs (or at least realistic images) with a blend of illustrations. That isn’t really my favourite kind of illustration, in fact, sorry (but you wanted my honest opinion) it looks ugly (and creepy).
But all in all, I did like this book, and I would recommend it to everyone.