I received the Importance of Being 3 by Lindsay Ward in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own.
I love a child at the age of three. There is so much to their personality at this age. They begin to form friendships and their independence begins to emerge. There is increased confidence and they are vocal and dramatic. In Lindsay Ward’s new book, The Importance of Being 3–she also shares that all the best things come in threes–not one, not two, but three!
The book has fun rhymes and the illustrations remind me of rosy-cheeked cherubs. It’s a fun book created best for ages 1-3.
The Importance of Being 3 Synopsis:
The perfect present for three-year-olds, this picture book is a celebration of all things three!
All the best things come in threes, like the three-year-olds in this sweet picture book. As all parents know, three is a big year. Follow along as three friends learn new things in threes—from tricycles to triangles—take a dip in the pool, and play in the park with their friends! Of course, it’s not all fun and games. There’s a tantrum and then hugs all around as the three kids head to bed.
This adorable picture book celebrating important life events is the perfect gift for third birthdays. Kids will love pointing out all the activities they can do now that they are three years old.
There is such sweetness in this book as it begins, “All the best things come in three. Not 1 or 2, but 3.” From there are lists popular things that come in threes: three bears, the three little pigs, three primary colors (red, yellow, and blue).
It spotlights things that three-year-old children work on doing: sharing, writing letters, drawing, riding a tricycle, throwing tantrums, time-outs and playing pretend.
It’s a fun book that had me missing having children the age of three. It truly captures the spirit and adventure of most three-year-olds and outlines The Importance of Being 3!