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  1. Miranda Reads Miranda Reads says:

    Ahh New Video is up all about some of the amazing and fabulous children's self pub or indie authors Now that you know this is one of my faves check out the video to see the rest35 stars When puppy woke up from a nap he saw a bubble And so begins the tale of a little puppy on a big adventureThe little bubbles are a curiosity to him and they look like fun even though they keep disappearingWell what's a little puppy to do except try to find them Andscare them? Puppy hopped around the cornerBOO Will puppy ever find all the bubbles?Overall I thought this was a cute short book As with the rest of the Talking Tales series this book is designed to be an early tool to help children learn how to pronounce different soundsThe author who has her Certificate of Clinical Competence with the American Speech Language Hearing Association has spent much of her time to find a fun way for caregivers and speech therapists to help children learn and recognize different soundsAt the beginning of the book there is a little introduction for the reader ie adult about the goal of this book Early Soundsb p m n d and h This book is supposed to encourage babbling when a child is just stringing together lots of noises prior to making wordsAdults are also encouraged to emphasize individual sounds using their mouths the shape of the words as they read it and if the kid toddles off to do something else to keep reading because often the child is still listeningThe story itself definitely contains a lot of emphasis on the early sounds As an adult reading this story I think I would have preferred a bit of a plot though the targeted age range likely won't noticeThe illustrations which in my opinion often make or break a picture book work pretty well The puppy is certainly cute Though I wish there was a bit of a background to help visually stimulatehold the attention of the little ankle bitersAll in all I did enjoy it this book It was rather cute and adorablePs The puppy deserved a million bubbles with thanks to the author for a free copy in exchange for an honest reviewYouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Snapchat mirandareads

  2. Veronica ⭐️ Veronica ⭐️ says:

    I purchased Talking Tales to try and encourage my 18 month old Grandson’s speech developmentTo start; he is not good at sitting still but the Ipad holds great fascination to him So when I said “let’s read a book” and opened my Ipad he was happy to sit on my lapThe illustrations are uncluttered allowing him to focus on my words There are instructions in the front of the book on speaking slowly and emphasising the simple soundsThe puppy sees a bubble but then it’s gone He goes looking in each room In one room is daddy the next mama and the third Nana This was a great start because these are words he can actually say and he said “Dada” when I read that pageWhen I asked “will we read it again” he noddedWe have since read this book over and over and it has become one of his favourites

  3. Carole P. Roman Carole P. Roman says:

    Adorable story about the search for bubbles Puppy uses lots of sounds in his search Charming illustrations compliment the adventure which is an excuse to get used to saying new sounds Erica Graham uses her background as a speech therapist to introduce children to sounds that will lead to speech

  4. Sam (Rescue Dog Mom, Writer, Hugger) Sam (Rescue Dog Mom, Writer, Hugger) says:

    This book is about a dog and his dog family so of course I had to read it This is an adorable children's story More importantly it's a book that can be used by anyone learning to read or working on a speech impediment The repetition of the sounds being concentrated on and the interesting story make this book a great learning tool for children and even adults I noticed the author has written other books focusing on other specific sounds I applaud her for creating this speech development and speech therapy series

  5. Ben Jackson Ben Jackson says:

    When it comes to children the sooner you get them interested and participating in something the sooner they improve and enjoy it Reading is definitely no exception to that rule Talking Takes Puppy’s Bubble is a fantastic well illustrated early reader Author Erica Graham has provided parents with a great tool to help children develop and hone their reading skills The choice of words is well chosen to provoke responses from young readers Without being overwhelming to young readers the illustrations help to reinforce what the children are reading Fantastic

  6. Maranda Russell Maranda Russell says:

    When I purchased this title I didn't realize that it focused so much on speech therapy and child linguistic development which was a pleasant surprise My husband is a special education teacher who works with kids with speech delays on a daily basis so I'll definitely have to introduce him to the Talking Tales series As for the story itself I felt it was really cute age appropriate and engaging for the audience in mind The illustrations are simple but it works for this particular book This could be a really fun book to read with kids and then have your own bubble party afterwards I can easily see this becoming a favorite tale that kids will ask to hear over and over again Luckily they will be getting an educational edge from enjoying it which is a big plus for teachers librarians and parents as well

  7. Joshua Grant Joshua Grant says:

    Adorable That’s the word that comes to mind as you read Talking Tales Puppy’s Bubble by Erica Graham Because seriously who doesn’t love puppies and bubbles? Graham lovingly blends together a bit of speech therapy with an easy to read story great for any toddlerAs a teacher I found Graham’s approach interesting For anyone that hasn’t had formal training in child care Graham takes a moment at the beginning of her book to explain sound formation and word building But don’t be fooled Puppy’s Bubble is just a fun children’s book as well I also enjoyed the minimalist style of the pictures The art was well drawn and placed not cluttered and overused the mistake that some children’s books makeAgain this is a great book for anyone with a toddler or for those of you who just love dogs I look forward to testing Puppy’s Bubble out on my niece very soon

  8. Tony Hunter Tony Hunter says:

    This book has obviously had a lot of thought put into itThe author has managed to keep the story simple while leading the child through the story perfect for very young childrenThe illustrations are adorable and simple also so as not to overwhelm the child but you can almost feel the draw to look around the next corner and find the next bubbleVery well done and highly recommend for young children

  9. Jessica Adams Jessica Adams says:

    This is a cute short story It is great for speech development I wish I had this book when my daughter was smaller She had cleft palate so sounds and words were hard for her This book is great for repetitive sounds and words It would go along nicely with blowing bubbles activity after reading the book I remember our speech therapist bringing bubbles along for treatments often so this book would have been a great resourceJessica D Adams Author

  10. Robert Fiore Robert Fiore says:

    I was given a copy to reviewAuthor and Illustrator Erica GrahaThe author who has a Masters Degree in speech language pathology wrote this book to help your child learn early development sounds Be sure to read the ” about this book” page so you know how to read this book to your child A job well done Thank you for this fun book of learning

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Talking Tales Puppys Bubble [KINDLE] ❤ Talking Tales Puppys Bubble ➜ Erica Graham – When Puppy wakes up from a nap he sees a bubble When it disappears Puppy begins his long journey to find the missing bubble Will Puppy find the bubble or has it vanished forever This engaging story is When Puppy wakes up from a nap he sees a bubble When it disappears Puppy begins his long journey to find the missing bubble Will Puppy find the bubble or has it vanished forever This engaging story is a fun way to read to little Talking Tales MOBI :↠ ones while promoting babbling early words and language skills It provides over examples of some of the earliest developing sounds in their most common word positions including p b m n d and h This book also includes tips for encouraging speech development.