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Annoying book that doesn't show kids how to share
Reviewed in the United States on September 2, 2018
Lame. We're big Peppa fans in our house and I thought this would have a good lesson for our toddler, but the examples of "sharing" aren't great and the author misses the obvious chance to have the older kids share the merry go round and instead focuses on a stupid example of giving both dinosaurs to one child, leaving the other pig/rabbit with nothing. Why? That's a terrible idea when they both have dinosaurs. Either have them switch dinos or let them play side by side. It's not even about taking turns, it's weird. In the end, the happy resolution is when George and Richard play on the seesaw together, which really isn't sharing anything. The book really should be named, "learning to play nicely together" because that seems to be the main focus/lesson.