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  1. Josephine Sorrell Josephine Sorrell says:

    I like the aardvark in this book


  2. Bob Hayton Bob Hayton says:

    Books are powerful tools in the hands of children My own five children remain fascinated with books of all types and sizes Picture books especially captivate my younger children who often read the same books over and over Being a Christian parent I know that Christian books for children are one way of reaching the hearts of my children for Christ Yet finding good uality well written Christian children's books is not necessarily easyFor these reasons I applaud Andy McGuire's attempt to offer beautiful captivating story books which enable Christian parents to teach Biblical virtues to their children In Remy the Rhino Learns Patience we are introduced to an impatient African rhino He finds out the hard way that angrily insisting on one's own way doesn't work Remy finds himself in a pickle and at last learns to relax The back cover provides the moral This entertaining story will help your children learn that anger only makes things worse and that patience is the key to building friendships and solving problemsI was uite impressed with the uality of this little book I've seen too many poorly produced picture books This book from Harvest House Publishers however stands right up there next to books produced by the giant general market publishers The cover has a deluxe hardback feel where it feels a bit soft and welcoming to kids' hands The pictures are beautifully illustrated majoring on vivid earth tones The pictures are life like as well The pages are glossy and the book's size is a nice 7 by 7 inches perfect for preschool and young elementary kids This book could easily become a favorite with little handsAndy McGuire's African theme is continued in another title from the Little Lessons from Our Animal Pals series Eleanor the Hippo Learns to Tell the Truth The two books together would make a wonderful addition to your kids' reading materialWhen it comes to the message of this book it is missing any direct reference to the Gospel and doesn't uote a Bible verse either This allows the book to appeal to a wider audience I suppose But as a Christian I hoped for Still the book has important lessons to convey to little hearts As it is this little book will provide an opportunity to parent your children and talk through the issues of anger and patience And it certainly has of a message than many other picture books your children will find I'm happy to recommend this book for Christian parents and their little childrenLearn about Andy McGuire at his website here You can also preview the book hereDisclaimer This book was provided by Harvest House for review I was under no obligation to offer a favorable review


  3. Mandy J. Hoffman Mandy J. Hoffman says:

    MY REVIEWIt's cute it's catchy and it's oh so appropriate for young children ahem And maybe for Mom and Dad tooThe story is short and oh so sweet with lovable characters and charming rhymes The concept of patience is simply explained in a way that one to five year olds can easily grasp but also that some older children will enjoy too And the whole story lends itself easily to dramatizing it with your voice as Remy goes through many emotionsThe illustrations are adorable and it's uite fun to look at the expressions on the animals faces through out the book The whole story makes a wonderful read with your children that is than just entertainingI highly recommend this book to anyone with younger kids but especially to those with toddler age andor pre school ageBOOK OVERVIEWAndy McGuire artist and author of the popular Rainy Day Games presents enchanting art and rhymes to share the story of Remy the impatient Rhino When the other animals annoy him he snorts and charges right for themOne day an aardvark decides not to run and Remy’s horn gets stuck in a tree The forgiving aardvark gathers termites to slowly eat away the wood and free Remy—not only of his situation but of his impatient waysSo as Remy experienced strange new sensationsHe took a crash course in the virtue of patienceHe waited through rain and he waited through thunderHe waited through birds climbing over and underHe waited through elephant balancing actsUntil little by little he learned to relaxThis hilarious story shows children ages 1 to 5 how to get unstuck from their impatience and enjoy peace and the people around them This review copy was provided by Harvest House Publishers but the opinions expressed are my own


  4. Linda Ste Linda Ste says:

    What a beautiful book My adorable new grandson was named Remy so I did a worldwide search for stories featuring the name and stumbled across this I can't believe I'd never heard or seen this book before EVERY home needs this book and it should be in all the bookshops too


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Remy the Rhino Learns Patience ❰Read❯ ➪ Remy the Rhino Learns Patience Author Andy McGuire – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Remy is an impatient Rhino When the other animals annoy him he snorts and charges right for themOne day an aardvark decides not to run and Remy’s horn gets stuck in a tree The forgiving aardvark gat Remy is an impatient Rhino Learns ePUB ´ Rhino When the other animals annoy him he snorts and charges right for themOne day an aardvark decides not to run and Remy’s horn gets stuck in a tree The forgiving aardvark Remy the MOBI :Ê gathers termites to slowly eat away the wood and free Remy—not only of his situation but of his impatient waysSo as Remy experienced strange new sensationsHe took a crash course in the virtue of patienceHe waited through the Rhino Learns PDF/EPUB ë rain and he waited through thunderHe waited through birds climbing over and underHe waited through elephant balancing acts Until little by little he learned to relax.