Check out my review of the children’s book “Twinderella: A Fractioned Fairy Tale” by Corey Rosen Schwartz and Deborah Marcero:
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I just wanted to share a quick review of this book: “Twinderella: A Fractioned Fairy Tale”.
The publishers of this book sent me a copy and I read it with my twin girls and they absolutely loved it.
One thing that I really enjoyed about this book is how the twins in this story, use math, and problem-solving skills to overcome the challenges that they face What a great lesson!
I enjoyed it with my daughters and it’d be a great read for your twins as well.
Let’s take a look inside the book. Check out the video above and you’ll get a feel for the illustrations and what you can expect with the story.
The book has very colorful and fun pictures.
This book focuses on using math and fractions to help solve the twins’ problem.
As you see in the video, they’re both trying to win the love of the prince. They come to a clever solution, using problem-solving skills to do just that.
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I read this book with my girls and they loved it, and they recommend it to you and your twins.
If you’d like to pick up a copy of “Twinderella: A Fractioned Fairy Tale” you can get your copy here.