Belle, Belle, where are you?
By Jo Alex
Genre: Young Readers (Toddler, Preschool)
The story is about a little boy who comes home one day and is looking for his best friend, his dog, Belle. He cannot find her. He searches for her in various parts of the house. Halfway through the story, he is beginning to wonder if Belle is lost, but he doesn’t give up. His worry grows as he continues searching for her. What happened to Belle? You have to read to find out if he finds her or not. May be you can help him look for Belle?
Reading my son a bedtime story is one of my favorite things to do. I enjoy making funny faces and changing my voice to compliment the story. It helps make reading fun for him!
Belle, Belle, Where are you? is a sweet story for very young readers. A young boy cannot find his dog, Belle and searches everywhere for her. It’s easy to entertain a young one with this book.
It’s also an interactive book that can be read on an iPad, so there are sounds and clickable photos. Speaking of, the illustrations are very colorful and eye-catching.
I recommend this quick read for little ones!
Jo Alex Bio:
Jo Alex is a resident of Seattle, and was inspired to move here years ago after seeing a magnificent view of Mount Rainier. She draws inspiration for her writing from many sources, by her travels, and also the many memories of her dog Belle. An avid Northwest foodie, she loves the eclectic restaurants of the Northwest.
Belle, Belle, where are you? is her first Apple iBook and she is excited to introduce it to children. It is only available for the Apple iPad and purchasable on the Apple iBookstore, and this is because Apple’s special iBook format allows for sounds and clickpoints to be added to the book.
Free coloring printables: http://joalexbooks.com/blog/
Apple iBookstore link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/belle-belle-where-are-you/id905161357?mt=11&uo=4
Belle, Belle, where are you? You are not beside your favorite table. Belle, Belle, where are you? You are not behind the big red couch, where you like to take naps. Belle, Belle, where are you?