Dishwasher’s Big Job #BookReview @mackidsbooks @steven_draws #boardbook #kitlit #bookworm #childrensbook #picturebook #bigjobsbooks

Synopsis from Macmillan Publishers:

Filled with fun facts, giggles galore, and googly eyes, the Big Jobs board books are the perfect introduction for babies and toddlers to the big world around them, starting at home!

With vibrant artwork and clever humor, this original board book series is a celebration of childhood curiosity and the most captivating topic of all–household appliances! In Dishwasher’s Big Job, follow along as this amazing appliance shows us how your dirty dishes get clean.

Dishwasher has a big job to do taking your sloppy spoon, bedraggled bowl, and spilled sippy cup from soiled to sparkling—but so do you! Learn how it’s all done in this rollicking read-aloud that will delight parents and kids alike.

About: Dishwasher’s Big Job is a children’s nonfiction board book written and illustrated by Steven Weinberg. It will be published on 8/31/2021 by Roaring Brook Press, an imprint of Macmillan Publishers, hardcover, 22 pages. This book is intended for readers ages 0 to 3. There are 3 books to Big Jobs Books: Dishwasher’s Big Job, Fridge and Oven’s Big Job, and Washer and Dryer’s Big Job. According to the publisher’s website, “Roaring Brook Press is a publisher of high-quality literature for young readers of all ages, from toddler to teen, and in all categories: picture books, fiction, and nonfiction.” Please see below for more information about the author and publisher.

My Experience: I started reading Dishwasher’s Big Job for my toddler’s nap time on 8/27/2021 and we finished it in one sitting. We have since read it again a few times. A compact book for little hands, this book is a board book my little girl’s hands like to reach for often. She would flip through and I would show her how the appliance works as illustrated in the book. The googly eyes were a nice touch!

This book opens up to show readers this is what a dishwasher looks like. And its big job is to wash dishes. The illustrations showed readers a sink full of dirty dishes. Next few pages, readers will see how a dishwasher works. And then young readers will see the dirty dishes getting what looks like a bubble bath.

Dishwasher’s Big Job was well put together. A cute series for early readers learning important machines around the house. My 2 year old daughter uses our dishwasher as her drum set, banging on it and laughing at the noise. Now, however, she able to learn that it’s more useful than the noise it makes. One vocabulary word used in this board book that surprised me was bedraggled bowls! Such a big word for early readers. Love the humor of the spoon being in a sauna and the sippy cup getting a shower. I recommend this series for kids everywhere.

I rate it 5 stars!

Buy it here for free shipping: Book Depository or Macmillan’s website

About the Author and Illustrator:

Steven Weinberg writes and illustrates kids’ books about dinosaurs (Rex Finds an Egg! Egg! Egg!), mutant astronauts (AstroNuts), snakes on rollercoasters (You Must Be This Tall), and more. He lives in the Catskills, New York, with his wife and two daughters–plus a washer, a dryer, a fridge, an oven, and a dishwasher. (Photo and info obtained from Macmillan’s website).

More Information about Macmillan Children’s Publishing Group

Website: https://us.macmillan.com/mackids/ | Instagram: www.instagram.com/mackidsbooks | Twitter: www.twitter.com/mackidsbooks

***Disclaimer: Many thanks to MacKidsBooks for the opportunity to read and review. Please be assured that my opinions are honest.

xoxo,

Jasmine

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