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Deborah L. Reinwalds
5.0 out of 5 starsWell written
Reviewed in the United States on March 15, 2020
I have adopted three children from the system. All of them came with behavior issues. I’m hoping reading these books will help. I like how they rhyme too. Very well written with good artistry. My only disappointment was that you could not buy them all as a set. Only in Kindle version. It cost a lot to get all of them with no discount.
4.0 out of 5 starsGreat for introducing a cut back on screen time
Reviewed in the United States on September 20, 2019
We wanted to cut back my five-year-old’s screen time and this book was a great way to introduce this. This is the second book in this series we’ve got and my son doesn’t really get into the books, but still give this four stars since even reading it once or twice was a great way to introduce our one week with no iPad plan. Now he only plays for about 10 minutes once or twice a week and doesn’t complain or whine about it. :)
5.0 out of 5 starsThey make you think about solving your problems
Reviewed in the United States on March 25, 2021
Hi Mr. Herman, I am in 1st grade at Chesterfield Elementary School in Chesterfield, New Jersey. My grammie ordered me the Limit Your Screen Time book. We read it together. It gave me lots of ideas of stuff to do. I really loved the illustrations of Diggers Doo. His name always makes me giggle. I liked the book so much that my grammie let me pick out more from the list at the back of the book. Yesterday I started baseball and I was really scared because I didn't know anyone. My grammie got out the Anxiety book. It made my anxiety a lot less. I have more books to read and I can't wait. Thanks for sending the how to draw Diggers Doo sheets. I am practicing. All kids need to read your books. I forgot to tell you that I look like Diggory's friend Thank you for writing these book, Sean Lynch
Not as good as the other dragon book we have about getting your dragon to accept "no". I didn't feel like it was deep enough in addressing the topic and the consequences of the topic. I wish it would have covered more points and explored the issue a bit more.
Such a cute little book .. lovely little moral of the story, I’m pleased with the purchase. 😊😇 I read it to my daughter pretty often and she likes it ... it also teaches her good habits versus bad habits and how to deal with your desires.
Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2019
We really love this title in particular. The other books that we have from this series are all good, but this is the favorite! Beautiful and well thought out. A bit pricey, but you can't have everything.
5.0 out of 5 starsGreat for Digital Citizenship Week or Internet Safety Week
Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2021
The story about the dragon spending all his time on his device and ignoring the world around him was a great book to read to my 2nd, 3rd and 4th graders during Internet Safety week. With my students using their devices in school and for homework, we talked about limiting our screen time. After the story each student used either storyboardthat.com or flipgrid to tell us what they like to do when they are not using their electronic devices. Nicely written, easy to read the entire class, every student could relate to the storyline.
It’s ok but not as good as I thought it was going to be. It’s more older kids or using their device in bed or all night which my little kids don’t do yet the way it’s written and images are more for young kids. Also it’s American is the rhyming
Love the idea of this books series as the issues they talk need to be talked about with children from a young age. A bit pricey but I wouldn’t hesitate to buy another book from this series as we still enjoy reading them and they rhyme too which is an added bonus for my five year old!
5.0 out of 5 starsA must have for Parents and Kids!!
Reviewed in Canada on January 12, 2020
I bought this book for my 7 year old son, who would stay on screens 24/7 if we let him. I was hopeful when we ordered it, and couldn’t be more thrilled with how much he loved the book and how well he received the message (which he’d never hear from us!). We have ordered several other of the books in the series in the days following, all met with the same enthusiasm. My 9 year old daughter also loves them. My son’s review to other kids is “These books are really funny and good. I feel good when I read them, you should read them too”