...and I couldn't be prouder. Long story short she's watching the She-Ra remake to which I scoff. She was complaining about one or two character flaws to which I responded, "This is why I hate remakes." So she continued on and ended with, "But the current animation is much better than your old 80's version."
Needless to say, that stung and I told her she was blasphemous and that nothing could beat old school 80's animation. I also reminded her that I raised her on 80's music, movies tv, etc., so the 80's is where she got her good taste.
Her response, "We have better technology now and therefore this new animation is better."
The standard smart-ass response to anything in this family is, "Your face is _____" fill in the blank. So of course I say, "Your face is better."
And her priceless response is, "I know it's better, because I'm the remake."
Can I even be mad that I raised her to be a bigger smart ass than me, and it seems as if I'm doing my job a little too well?!
Good Night Baby Animals teaches us what an animal does in six different stories. Sleep is important for a baby and baby animals. This is true for hamans as well. This book show use though the baby animals what they do during there day.
They explore and what they need to rest as well when the time is right. The author does a good job doing this and showing children and teaching children that sleep and rest is important to all including animals.
The pictures are colorful. They are done wonderfully. They also can tell the story for young children. Parents should have this for their young children to learn about animals and rest.
This was an interesting take on the Good Samaritan . I voluntarily chose to review this and I've given it a 4.5* rating. This is also book 9 of the Amish Christmas Books set. I must say that the guys were very open to try things. Is this a guy thing? Anyway, nice ending.